Orgasmic disorder

Orgasmic disorder

The impairment of the ability to reach sexual climax.
Mentioned in: Sexual Dysfunction
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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.
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.
Lack of sexual desire and arousal could also lead to orgasmic disorder and lack of sexual satisfaction which have a negative impact on couples' relations.
It begins with a look at the description , prevalence, etiology, and biological factors of sexual dysfunctions including erectile disorder, female orgasmic disorder, delayed ejaculation, female arousal disorder and others.
Female orgasmic disorder is characterized by the persistent or recurrent delay in, or absence of orgasm following a normal sexual excitement phase.
According to DSM-IV-TR classification, sexual dysfunction is classified into seven categories, namely desire disorder, arousal disorder, orgasmic disorder, sexual pain disorder, sexual dysfunction resulting from general clinical diseases, sexual dysfunction due to drug abuse, and sexual dysfunction for unknown reasons [7].
When associated distress was considered, a survey found the prevalence of hypoactive sexual desire disorder to be 16%, sexual arousal disorder 7%, orgasmic disorder 8%, and dyspareunia 1%.
FSD includes Sexual Desire Disorders (hypoactive sexual desire disorder, sexual aversion disorder), Female Sexual Arousal Disorder, Female Orgasmic Disorder and Sexual Pain Disorders (dyspareunia, vaginismus).
Female orgasmic disorder may indicate a need for basic education
Among the dysfunctions being considered in the DSM-5 is one called female orgasmic disorder.