sexual pain disorder

A condition—e.g., dyspareunia, vaginismus—which is more common in women, in which sexual intercourse and intimacy evoke discomfort and pain

sexual pain disorder

Sexology A condition–eg, dyspareunia, vaginismus–more common in ♀, in which sexual intercourse and intimacy evoke discomfort and pain. See Inhibited sexual desire.
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Non coital sexual pain disorder is defined as recurrent or persistent genital pain induced by non coital sexual stimulation.
FSD is an umbrella term for a number of disorders, such as hypoactive sexual arousal disorder, female sexual arousal disorder, orgasm disorder, and sexual pain disorder.
The current classifications include hypoactive sexual desire disorder, sexual aversion disorder, sexual arousal disorder, sexual pain disorder, and orgasmic disorder.
MM ter Kuile, ThM, Weijenborg, "A cognitive-behavioral group programme for women with vulvar vestibulitis syndrome: factors associated with treatment success," Sexual pain disorder symposium, Amsterdam, Holland, 20-24 October 2003.
Sexual dysfunction is divided into 4 categories: hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), sexual arousal disorder, sexual orgasmic disorder, and sexual pain disorder.
Oral contraceptives also play a role in sexual pain disorders.
5] Sexual dysfunction disorders include sexual desire disorders, orgasmic dysfunction and sexual pain disorders in both sexes, as well as sexual arousal disorders in women and erectile dysfunction (ED) in men.
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).
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV) conceptualizes sexual disorders as "disturbances in the processes that characterize the sexual response cycle or by pain associated with sexual intercourse" and includes: (1) sexual desire disorders, (2) sexual arousal disorders, (3) orgasmic disorders, and (4) sexual pain disorders, which include dyspareunia, vaginismus, and noncoital sexual pain.
Section 1I investigated their sexual history with respect to sexual desire, arousal, orgasm, sexual pain disorders, emotional state, and the primary problems which brought them to hospital.