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Dependence on alcohol and sexual dysfunction

Alcohol dependence syndrome (alcoholism) is a chronic progressive disease, the development and clinical manifestations of which are influenced by genetic, psychosocial factors and environmental conditions. Alcoholism is manifested by a loss of self-control, unstoppable alcohol abuse, continued alcohol abuse, despite adverse health, social status, family and marital relations, as well as cognitive impairment (from denying […]

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Increased sex drive

Both men and women can sometimes complain of increased sexual desire as an independent problem, usually at a young and young age. When increased sexual desire is secondary to affective disorder or when it develops during the early stages of dementia, it is necessary to encode the underlying disease. It should be noted: – if […]

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Painful sensations during intercourse

Psychosomatic psychogenic dyspareunia is a nonspecific, symbolically meaningless response of the individual to a wide range of stressors. Accompanying stress “negative” emotions cause neurodynamic changes in the autonomic nervous system, in the subcortical structures of the brain. They can lead to changes in the conduct of sensitive information, dysfunction of the internal organs (microcirculation disorders, […]

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Dyspareunia pain during intercourse

Dyspareunia (pain during intercourse) occurs in both men and women. Often it can be attributed to local pathology and then encoded accordingly. However, in some cases, obvious causes are not detected and emotional factors may be important. This category should be used only if there is no other primary sexual dysfunction (for example, vanigism or […]

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Vaginismus of non-erotic origin

The spasm surrounding the vagina muscles, causing occlusion of its opening. The introduction of the penis is either impossible or painful. Vaginismus may be a secondary reaction to locally caused pain, in which case this rubric should not be used. Diagnostic criteria. Vaginismus, i.e., spasm of the perivaginal musculature, is manifested in one of the […]

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Functional and psychogenic causes of premature ejaculation

1. Rare sexual intercourse leading to sexual abstinence and physiologically induced anxiety. 2. Anxiety and fear during sexual intercourse, related either to external factors or to the man’s anxiety and concern about the possible dissatisfaction of his partner, as well as the problems of marital relations. 3. The habit of a quick onset of ejaculation […]

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Premature Ejaculation

The inability to control ejaculation to the extent sufficient for both partners to receive satisfaction from sexual intercourse. Excluded: – premature ejaculation due to diseases of the male genital organs; – premature ejaculation due to organic brain damage. Absolute acceleration of ejaculation Diagnostic criteria: the duration of sexual intercourse is less than one minute (less […]

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Sex-therapeutic relative incomplete anorgasmia

The inability to experience orgasm during coitus is the most common complaint of women. This is understandable, since from the anatomical point of view, coitus is not the most successful way to excite the region of the clitoris. Psychologically, sexual intercourse should be regarded as extremely exciting and emotionally attractive. However, coital stimulation of the […]

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Sex-Therapeutic Treatment Strategy for Absolute Anorgasmia

It includes several successive stages: 1) achieving orgasm during masturbation; 2) orgasm in the presence of a partner through clitoral stimulation; 3) orgasm during intercourse; 4) reception “bridge”. The basic principle of achieving orgasm is to increase sexual arousal while weakening its suppression. An effective way to ease suppression is masturbation, which a woman spends […]

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Anorgasmia therapy

Survey. Persons of both sexes undergo a standard sexological examination. Particular attention is paid to the collection of sexological history (features of psychosexual development, sexual debut, subsequent experience, understanding of the norm, physiology and psychology of sexual life, identifying latent trends of sexual desire, finding out the presence of orgasm with other types of stimulation […]

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