Dr. Muktesh Daund – Sexual Dysfunction and Paraphilic Disorders Specialist
Sexual dysfunctions are divided into ten disorders that are related to change in sexual desire or performance.
- Delayed Ejaculation:
Delayed ejaculation is the inability or marked delay in the ability to ejaculate during coitus or masturbation.
- Erectile Disorder:
Erectile disorder is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for coital penetration.
- Female Orgasmic Disorder:
Female orgasmic disorder is the absence of the ability to achieve orgasm or a significant reduction in the intensity of orgasmic sensations during masturbation or coitus.
- Female Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder:
Female sexual interest/arousal disorder is absent or decreased interest in sexual fantasy or behavior that causes distress in the individual.
- Genito-Pelvic Pain/Penetration Disorder:
Genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder replaces the terms vaginismus and dyspareunia (vaginal spasm and pain interfering with coitus). It is the anticipation of or actual pain during sex activities, particularly related to intromission.
- Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder:
Male hypoactive sexual desire disorder is absent or reduced sexual fantasy or desire in men.
- Premature or Early Ejaculation:
Premature ejaculation is manifested by ejaculation that occurs before or immediately after intromission during coitus.
- Substance/Medication-Induced Sexual Dysfunction:
Substance/medication-induced sexual dysfunction is impaired function due to substances (e.g., fluoxetine).
- Other Unspecified Sexual Dysfunction:
These include sexual disorder due to a medical condition (e.g., multiple sclerosis).