Orgasmic disorder

Orgasmic disorder

The impairment of the ability to reach sexual climax.
Mentioned in: Sexual Dysfunction
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Validation of the Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) in women with female orgasmic disorder and in women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder.
Other common sexual dysfunctions found in circumcised women are genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder and female orgasmic disorder (10).
In the DMS-5, the classification of women's sexual problems is now placed into three areas: 1) female sexual interest/ arousal disorder, 2) genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder, and 3) orgasmic disorder (APA, 2013).
The anxiety, depression, and sexual dysfunction parameters did not significantly differ among male patients with CKD with respect to education level; however among female patients with CKD, the anxiety (p=0.014), satisfaction (p=0.022), and orgasmic disorder (p=0.034) scores as well as the total score (p=0.033) significantly differed with respect to education.
For the purpose of this review, the classification of FSD have been divided into four broad categories: sexual pain, low desire, low arousal and orgasmic dysfunction which closely mirrors the DSM V classifications of FSD, compromised of: genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder (sexual pain), female sexual interest/arousal disorder (low desire and low arousal) and female orgasmic disorder (orgasmic dysfunction).
The influencing factors might be physiological, psychological, negative experiences in relationships, low levels of happiness and overall well-being, emotional distress, sexual desire disorders, sexual arousal disorder, orgasmic disorder, sexual pain disorders, beliefs, past and present experiences/relationships, lifestyle, and other mood disorders (2-32).
Female sexual dysfunction (FSD) symptoms are a departure from normal sensation and/or function experienced by a woman during sexual activity' and has been categorized as sexual interest / arousal disorder, orgasmic disorder and genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder.11
"Standard operating procedures for female orgasmic disorder" is not based on best evidence.
Keywords: Sexual dysfunction, Female sexual interest/arousal dysfunction, Female orgasmic disorder, Sexual pain disorders, Sexual distress.
The study included 50 women diagnosed with female sexual dysfunction, which included hypoactive sexual desire disorder, female sexual arousal disorder, female orgasmic disorder, or combined genital and subjective arousal disorder.
In that study, the total prevalence of sexual dysfunction was 29.6% and the prevalence rates of dyspareunia, arousal disorder, orgasmic disorder, lack of satisfaction, and insufficient lubrication were 67.8%, 60.9%, 59.1%, 52.2%, and 50.4%, respectively (33).