Sexual DysfunctionJennifer LongPSY/265October 15, 2014Maritza Leon-Veiguela There are various factors that come into play with what causes sexual dysfunction, some vary from person to person an others are general symptoms. These factors include: Sexual desire disorders which is the decreased desire to sexual contact. Sexual arousal disorders which is considered a more physical aspect, referring to lack of lubrication in women, or unable to get/keep an erection in men. Orgasmic disorders is both men and women being unable to reach or are reaching their climax at times they do not want to. Men are more likely to obtain their climax too early and women are more likely to have trouble obtaining and orgasm. All of these sexual dysfunctions can be treated by sex therapy which either shows you how to pleasure each other in a healthy environment or gives you advice on how to treat your problems. There are also pills such as Viagra for men with erectile/arousal dysfunctions and other simulates for women that are either in pill form of creams. Sexual pain disorder can affect both men as well as women. For men and women they may be suffering from dyspareunia; for women they may be suffering from vaginismus. The reason could also be as simple as lack of lubrication. When it comes to pain during intercourse a simple treatment is more lubrication, if that does not assist with the pain then seeing your doctor is necessary because a STD could be to blame or a medical disorder. Certain prescriptions that are being consumed by your partner can also cause a lack of sexual desire in both men and women.
The most common solution for this is to consult your doctor about other medications without this side effect. A feeling of guilt in sexual performance or inadequacy is a major cause of sexual dysfunction in men and women. For men they experience a lack of or delayed ejaculation or an early/premature ejaculation. For women they