Friday, March 11, 2011

11 sexual disorders in women

Woman who looks pretty sometimes hidden meanings that are not visible in his mind. Here are 11 sexual disorders in women.
1. Anorgasmia

The absence of orgasm or anorgasmia implying that women do not experience peak pleasure during sex, though he might get the pleasure. There are cases where women never reach orgasm at all (primary anorgasmia), partial orgasm (clitoral orgasm only and not the vagina), or fail to reach orgasm because of profound grief, trauma or childbirth pain (secondary anorgasmia). Treatment of this disorder generally involves treatment by a sex therapist or a professional psychologist. Anorgasmia associated with the patient's personal mental barriers (eg guilt obtain sexual pleasure) or relationship problems (eg lack of communication with her husband), or a combination of both factors.

2. Frigidity

Frigidity is the absence of sexual desire that affects approximately 10% of the female population. This problem generally is psychological, such as moral education is too rigid so that the taboo of sex, conflict with spouse, etc.. In rare cases, such as frigidity is a physiological hormonal problems, taking certain medications such as neuroleptics, tranquilizers or sleeping pills. Identification is needed to solve the root problem and regrow the sexual desires of the patient.

3. Vaginismus

Vaginismus is a sexual disorder where a woman refused to penetration by tightening the muscles of the pre-vagina. There are two types of vaginismus: Primary vaginismus (the woman who was a virgin) and secondary vaginismus (reaction due to vaginal infections, birth trauma, sexual trauma, etc.). Healing vaginismus requires consultation with obstetricians, sex therapist or psychotherapist. Treatment aims to help patients identify the source of the problem, solve it, and regain confidence in themselves and their partner's body. Research shows that most couples who undergo successful treatment of vaginismus get a better sex life and sustainable.

4. Disparunia

Disparunia or pain during intercourse due to many sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) like genital herpes, and fungi. Cervical cancer, ovarian tumors or cysts can also cause discomfort during sex. You need to consult a gynecologist if you are persistent pain.

5. Menopausal problems

Menopause can affect sexual desire in varying degrees from one woman to another woman. Cessation of the menstrual cycle can cause a variety of psychological and physiological problems in women. Hormonal changes also cause vaginal atrophy and decreased lubrication, causing pain and irritation that can interfere with sexual pleasure.

6. Pain after childbirth

After confronted with labor and busy with the baby, sometimes it takes time for new mothers to bring back sexual desire. She may be experiencing perineal pain and hormone imbalance which causes a decrease in sexual desire. This is compounded by the episiotomy incision that is sometimes performed to prevent tearing of the perineum during childbirth. New moms have to wait for healing before sexual intercourse and may be concerned about pain while doing it.

7. Hiperseks

In women, this condition also called nymphomania while in men called satyriasis. The signs are not able to control sexual desire and sometimes forced to be acted on at that time anyone who happened to be near the patient.
Viewed from the cause, this condition is similar to people who can not control the appetite because both are triggered by disturbances in brain circuits. But people are still able to eat anytime and anywhere, while having sex in any place certainly not a good idea.

8. Priapism

The name of this disease was taken from a fertility god in Greek mythology, Priapus. Appropriate depiction of Priapus who had a big penis and always in a state of erection, priapism sufferers also have a penis that is always tense at times unexpected despite the lack of sexual desire and arousal.
This condition is often triggered by an overdose of stimulants such as Viagra (sildenafril). Can also be triggered by spinal cord injuries, and causes the blood flow is concentrated in a one genital organ which is anatomically located quite low to the blood flowed.

9. Seksomnia
If the current behavior during sleep (sleepwalking) is considered dangerous, then having sex while sleeping is not only dangerous but also embarrassing event when she was staying with a man. Just like sleepwalking, having sex while sleeping (seksomnia) also diggolongkan in the category of behavioral disorders during sleep or parasomnias.
Speaking of numbers, seksomnia quite often happens that covers 8 percent of all patients with sleep disorders. This figure is obtained based on the recognition of his sleeping partner, because the patient usually can not remember what he did all night.

10. Parafilia

In accordance with the original he says that the (deviant) and phillia (interest), this disorder is characterized by deviations of sexual desire. Scope is broad enough to include among others a particular interest in the object of her partner (fetishism), violence and torture (sadomasokisme), corpses (necrophiliac) and animals (zoofilia).
In the science of psychology, behavior disorders are categorized in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Because interest is not fair, sufferers often difficult to get a suitable partner. If anything, sometimes inappropriate sexual behavior that can actually harm him.

11. Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome

Syndrome of continuous sexual pleasure causes sufferers always feel horny aka 'mupeng' (front pengen) although there is no sexual stimulation. Even at a certain level of enjoyment, this syndrome can trigger spontaneous orgasm without having sex.
Unlike hiperseks, this syndrome do not have acted with having sex for pleasure that will come alone from nonseksual stimuli such as food. Because it is so easy to get satisfaction, in a day sufferers of this syndrome can have an orgasm to 300 times.


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