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Female Orgasmic Disorder - Venta Protesix - Complexed (CD, Album)

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  1. Psychosocial factors Cognitive/affective factors: "feeling guilty about sex, sexual inexperience, and negative attitudes toward sex." " anxiety, depression, attentional focus on sexual cues, clarity of emotional states and effective emotion regulation strategies, body image, and.
  2. Jul 24,  · A comprehensive medical history is required in order to understand the context and details of the sexual dysfunction and to rule out other medical conditions that could contribute to female orgasmic disorder (FOD).
  3. According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders4thed. (DSM-IV), Female orgasmic disorder (FOD) is ‘‘Persistent or recurrent delay in, or absence of, orgasm following a normal excitement phase”. The DSM-V adds some explanations to the nature of FOD: “reduced intensity, delay, infrequency or absence of orgasm.
  4. This ambiguity has led the World Health Organization to define female orgasm using a combination of typical physiological signs (e.g., involuntary rhythmic contractions of the pelvic muscles and subsequent reduction in blood flow to the vagina), along with commonly reported subjective experiences (e.g., intense pleasure and altered state of.
  5. May 17,  · Female orgasmic disorder is a type of sexual dysfunction that makes it difficult if not impossible for a woman to reach sexual climax. Sometimes the condition presents more or less universally, meaning that affected women can’t achieve orgasm ever, but it’s not always this extreme; for some, orgasm is only impossible sometimes, or with some partners.
  6. Orgasmic disorder is lack of or delay in sexual climax (orgasm) even though sexual stimulation is sufficient and the woman is sexually aroused mentally and emotionally. Women may not have an orgasm if lovemaking ends too soon, there is not enough foreplay, or .
  7. Orgasmic disorders among women are particularly intriguing because female orgasm is so variable. Some women are promptly and reliably orgasmic with a minimum of stimulation, whereas other women require concentrated stimulation in a particular fashion for extended periods of time for orgasmic .
  8. Jul 24,  · Female orgasmic disorder (FOD) involves difficulty in achieving orgasm, substantially decreased intensity of orgasm, or both. Female orgasm itself has been comprehensively defined as.

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