Sexual Dysfunction in Men and Women
THE MOST COMMON PROBLEMS RELATED TO SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION IN WOMEN INCLUDE:
Inhibited sexual desire (this involves a lack of sexual desire or interest in sex)
Inability to become aroused
Lack of orgasm
The estimated rates for the various sexual disorders in 18-49 years old women:
30% to 32% lacked interest in sex
18% to 21% had lubrication difficulties
22% to 28% could not achieve orgasm
13% to 21% experienced pain during intercourse
The most common problems men face with sexual dysfunction are troubles with ejaculation, getting and keeping an erection, and reduced sexual desire.
Problems with ejaculation are: Premature ejaculation (PE), ejaculation that occurs before or too soon after penetration.
MOST COMMON SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION (SD) IN MALES ARE: