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Orgasmic Disorders: Female | Male | Premature Ejaculation

  • Anorgasmia - Anorgasmia is a female sexual dysfunction that did not receive much attention until relatively few years ago. Anorgasmia, or the failure/inability of women to achieve orgasm, was never seen as a problem in the male-focused culture of the past.

  • BBC HEALTH: Men's Health - What is it? Delayed ejaculation is when ejaculation takes a long time to occur, or never occurs, during lovemaking with a partner and/or during masturbation.

  • MEDLINEplus Medical Encyclopedia: Delayed ejaculation - Delayed ejaculation refers to an inhibition of ejaculation. The male is unable to ejaculate, either during intercourse, or with manual stimulation in the presence of a partner.

  • Female Orgasmic Disorder - A disorder which may result from a traumatic experience, but can also be acquired through problems within relationships. There are those for whom the problem is of lifelong duration and for others the problem may present in generalized settings or be specific to situational settings. PsychNet.UK.

  • Male Orgasmic Disorder - The delay or absence of orgasm following what is typically a normal sexual excitation phase is not uncommon. As with other sexual disorders, it can have an onset later in life or have been in effect for the person's entire life, and it can manifest in specific situations or in almost all situations. PsychNet.UK.

  • MEDLINEplus Medical Encyclopedia: Orgasmic dysfunction - Orgasmic dysfunction is an inhibition of the orgasmic phase of the sexual response cycle. The condition is referred to as primary when the female has never experienced orgasm through any means of stimulation. The problem is called secondary if the woman has attained orgasm in the past but is currently nonorgasmic.

  • Premature Ejaculation - Is the persistent or recurrent experience of ejaculation with minimal sexual stimulation before or shortly after penetration it therefore occurs before the man wants it to occur. PsychNet.UK.

  • Premature Ejaculation - Sexual Health infoCenter - What is premature ejaculation? Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual problems.

  • Premature Ejaculation Treatments - Premature ejaculation or climaxing too early was a problem that occurred with 31% of men in the sexual surveys in this Bandolier and in Bandolier 65.

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