psychosexual dysfunction

psy·cho·sex·u·al dys·func·tion

, sexual dysfunction
a disturbance of sexual functioning, for example, impotence, premature ejaculation, anorgasmia, presumed to be of psychological rather than physical etiology.

psy·cho·sex·u·al dys·func·tion

, sexual dysfunction (sī'kō-sek'shū-ăl dis-fŭngk'shŭn, sek'shū-ăl)
A disturbance in sexual function (e.g., impotence, premature ejaculation, anorgasmia) presumed to be from psychological rather than physical causes.
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To estimate the proportion of patients with anxiety, depression and psychosexual dysfunction in patients with functional gastroduodenal disorders.
To compare the predominant gastroduodenal symptom/s in patients with anxiety, depression and psychosexual dysfunction.
To compare the proportion of men and women with anxiety, depression and psychosexual dysfunction, Chi-square test was applied and the predominant symptom/s in these patients was analysed to see the prevalence and the proportion of anxiety, depression and psychosexual dysfunction in this set of patients was estimated.
These functional gastroduodenal patients who had association of psychiatric illness, the analysis of anxiety score and its relation to psychosexual dysfunction were tested and it is noteworthy to say that there was a significant positive correlation of 0.2 between the two.
Too much stimulation at a certain stage of development could lead to regression when that individual is in distress, also possibly leading to a psychosexual disorder.1 Behaviorists view sexual dysfunction as the outcome of conditioned response and learned interpersonal behavior.2 Diagnosis of psychosexual dysfunction may not be made if the sexual dysfunction is attributed entirely to organic factors or due to another Axis I mental disorder according to DSM-IV.
For example study performed by Avasthi et al.8 in 1994, in which 66 male patients with psychosexual dysfunction with respect to socio-demographic and clinical variables were included, 30% of patients were reported to have ED, 12% had PME and 45% presented with combination of ED and PME, and 9% with Dhat syndrome.
Study of psychiatric morbidity and psychosexual dysfunctions in patients of alcohol dependence.
Management of ED most often will occur concurrently with lifestyle modification and treatment of organic or psychosexual dysfunctions. Patients and partners are made aware of efficacy, risks and benefits of appropriate treatments, taking into consideration preferences and expectations.
Psychological symptoms of PCOS include several conditions such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and psychosexual dysfunctions. Mood swings, accompanied with sleep irregularities and an abnormality of social interaction and personal motivation are also common for this condition.
KEYWORDS * Sexual concerns [non-MESH]; psychosexual dysfunctions; physician-patient relations.
Psychosexual dysfunctions, characterized by inhibitions in sexual desire or the physiological changes that characterize the sexual response cycle, are undiagnosable in children, although there is reason to assume that they may be manifest.