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The sexual problems that are psychological in origin, rather than physiological, are called psychosexual disorders.
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Some of the psychological conditions include:
- Traumatic sexual experience, such as abuse or rape
- Guilty feelings
- Negative body image
- Not able to maintain an erection
- Ejaculations occur too soon
- Ejaculations do not occur
- Not able to become aroused when appropriately stimulated
- Not able to achieve orgasm
- Inhibited sexual desire
Treatment options for psychosexual dysfunction include the following:
- Sex Therapy
- Behavioral Therapy
- Marriage or Relationship Counseling
- Stay aware of your psychological or emotional health. Call your doctor or mental health provider if you feel any problems surfacing again, you are experiencing excessive stress, or you anticipate a stressful situation in the near future.
- Spend time alone with your partner often, especially nonsexual intimate time, to help maintain the relationship. This will most likely lead to increased sexual interest.
- Continue to communicate openly with your partner about intimacy and sexual issues.
Dr. Sharmila Majumdar
Make an Appointment at the Sexual & Mental Health Clinic, Avis Hospital, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad