Sexual disorders are explained by the inability of both sexual partners to fully experience their sexual contact. This, in many disorders, worsens both their social contacts and the possibility of developing relationships and their transition to a higher emotional level in the future. Although sexual problems do not damage the physiological mechanisms of the body in the literal sense, they can very negatively affect the human psyche and cause serious depressive disorders, anxiety, or debilitating conditions.
The most common symptoms in men that may signal sexual problems are several. First of all, sexologists note the emerging spontaneous premature ejaculation. This problem can lead to fear and insecurity, most often in young men, or to self-doubt and doubts about one’s own masculinity.
Another common sexual problem in men is delayed or inability to ejaculate. Often this condition is provoked by disorders along the urinary tract. Especially often as a complication after suffering urethritis, prostatitis, or inflammation of the skin of the penis – balanitis.
Erectile dysfunction is also a common problem in young society. This is a condition in which men do not achieve an erection and sexual intercourse is impossible. Urologists note that inflammation of the epididymis is often the cause of infertility in men, as well as the presence of certain sexually transmitted diseases or testicular torsion during physical exertion.
The lack of sensitivity or the appearance of pain during intercourse is also one of the frequent violations in men in the sexual aspect. Some infections, such as chlamydia, genital herpes, or fungi, can cause penile pain or intense pain. Painful erections can be caused by Peyronie’s disease, fibrous plaques on the glans penis that often result in curvature during intercourse and pain with movement. Pain during intercourse can also be caused by tumors in the penis or arthritis in the lumbar spine.
Sexologists talk about another fairly common problem – lack of sexual desire. This is especially true for married men or men who worry that they cannot satisfy their partners properly. The syndrome is determined by mental influence, which must be eliminated primarily by self-hypnosis and increased sexual potency with the help of products that have a proven aphrodisiac effect.
Some sexual disorders are also found in women. Most often it is a loss of sexual appetite and desire. The main reason for this is reported to be married women who face a similar problem with their husbands. Another common problem is the inability to achieve orgasm.
The causes of the above two conditions are associated with both the anatomical and physiological state of the female vagina and the sexual partner. The inability to achieve orgasm may be due to the reduced size of the G-spot, which is a highly innervated area and gives women pleasure during intercourse. Lack of desire is combined with a decrease in potency, due to excessive addiction to a sexual partner or loss of desire in oneself. The listed symptoms, which worsen male potency, can also be a provoking factor for women who have problems with desire and the realization of a sexual dessert of a pleasant orgasm.
Problems in women in the sexual aspect can also be associated with the appearance of pain during intercourse or a feeling of anxiety and discomfort in the vagina during sexual intercourse. The reasons for this may be pathological changes in the walls of the vagina, anxiety, and stress due to a new partner, or spasms of the muscles of the vagina. In this case, take a banal antispasmodic and relax in the arms of a partner.
The sensation of the vaginal muscles during intercourse is very pleasant for both partners. But sometimes it can be a symbol of impaired motor skills of female muscles. This can cause painful spasms, which negatively affects the sexual intercourse of both partners. Accompanied by painful irritation of the penis due to compression of the penis, and in women – due to the sudden shortening of actin and myosin filaments in the muscle cell.