Orgasmic dysfunction



Orgasmic dysfunction

Psychological disorders

Bipolar and related disorders

Bipolar disorder

Feeding and eating disorders

Anorexia nervosa

Bulimia nervosa

Medication-induced movement disorders and other adverse effects of medication

Neuroleptic malignant syndrome

Serotonin syndrome

Somatic symptom and related disorders

Factitious disorder

Somatic symptom disorder

Trauma and stressor-related disorders; Abuse

Physical and sexual abuse

Post-traumatic stress disorder

High Yield Notes

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Orgasmic dysfunction is the inability to reach orgasm during sexual activity. It can be a frustrating and distressing condition that can affect both men and women. There can be many different causes of orgasmic dysfunction, including physical factors (such as certain medical conditions or the use of certain medications), psychological factors (such as stress, anxiety, or depression), and relationship issues. Treatment for orgasmic dysfunction may involve addressing any underlying physical or psychological causes, such as through medications, therapy, or lifestyle changes.


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