Sexual Disease, In an individual or a couple, is experienced during any stage or state of a normal sexual activity, which includes physical pleasure, desire, preference, seduction, sexual arousal or sexual intercourse. According to DSM-5, for sexual dysfunction, the person has to feel extreme distress and interpersonal tension for at least six months (except for substance or drug-induced sexual dysfunction). Sexual dysfunction can have a profound effect on the perceived quality of a person's sexual life. The word sexual disorder is not only the physical sexual disease but also paraphilia; This is sometimes called a sexual disorder.
Evaluation of a complete sexual history and general health and other sexual problems (if any) is very important. Assessment of performance, guilt, stress, and anxiety are integral to the optimal management of sexual dysfunction. Many sexually-defined diseases are based on the human sexual reaction cycle, which is William H. Masters and Virginia E. Proposed by Johnson and then has been modified by Helen Singer Kaplan.
Sexually transmitted diseases can be classified into four categories: sexual desire disorder, prostate disorder, orgasmic disorder and pain disorder. Sexual diseases among men and women are studied especially in areas of astrology and gynecology respectively.
Erectile dysfunction (ED), also known as impotence, is a type of sexual dysfunction which is the inability to maintain or maintain the penis erection during sexual activity. The ED may have psychological consequences because it can be linked to the difficulties of relationship and self-image.
A physical cause can be identified in approximately 80% of cases. These include heart disease, diabetes mellitus, neurological problems such as prostatectomy, hypogonadism, and drug side effects. Psychological impotence is where creation or admission fails due to thoughts or feelings; It is somewhat less in order of about 10% of the cases. In psychological impotence, there is a strong reaction to placebo treatment.
Treatment involves addressing the underlying causes, lifestyle modification, and psychosocial issues. In some cases, such medicinal therapies can be tested with PDE5 blockers, such as sildenafil. In some cases, the treatment may include prostaglandin pellets in the urethra, injecting smooth muscle relaxants and vasodilators in the penis, prosthesis of a penis, a sex pump or vascular reconstruction surgery. This is the most common and highly risky sexual problem in men.