Can sexual dysfunction be resolved?

Yes. It can be largely remedied. However, like every health problem, it should be reported to a specialist first. Unfortunately, this topic is kept closed due to social pressures, misunderstandings, and beliefs. According to the available data, only 5 percent of those with sexual dysfunction in our country consult a physician.

What are the main sexual dysfunctions in men? Why does it happen?

  • Sexual interest and desire disorders: may be due to hormonal or psychogenic reasons.

  • Inability or absence of erection in the penis: This situation, which is also known as "impotence" among people, may be due to physical or psychogenic reasons. Psychological treatment, medication, or surgical intervention may be required. Since erectile dysfunction in men can sometimes be the first sign of diabetes or heart disease, it should definitely be considered.

  • Premature ejaculation: This is ejaculation that occurs without the man's will at the start of a sexual intercourse or before the desired one. Medications and various sexual therapy techniques can be used in the treatment.

  • Painful ejaculation is usually due to infection, but sometimes it can be due to psychological reasons.

  • Peyronie's disease may cause penile erection curvature or pain. Surgical treatment may be required.

  • No semen during ejaculation (dry ejaculation): It may be due to previous operations or neurological diseases.

What are the main sexual dysfunctions and their causes in women?

  • Sexual interest and desire disorders Vaginal dryness.
  • Clitoral insensitivity. inability to orgasm.
  • Vaginismus is a condition in which union becomes impossible due to muscle contraction at the vaginal entrance for a variety of reasons.
  • Painful intercourse.
  • Urinary incontinence during sexual intercourse
  • All these disorders may be due to psychogenic or physical causes. Physical causes include cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, hormonal disorders, drug use, and previous surgeries. Treatment is directed towards the underlying cause.

What are some childhood diseases that can lead to sexual dysfunctions in the future?

  • Congenital penile curvature in boys: This can sometimes be alone or sometimes together with the urethra on the front of the penis (hypospadias).

  • The treatment is surgery. Penis size that is smaller than normal (micropenis) or larger than normal (macropenis): Both conditions may be caused by hormonal imbalances.

  • Incorrect circumcision: complications of circumcision may affect sexual life in the future.

  • Childhood sexual traumas or incomplete or exaggerated information can cause serious sexual problems in adulthood.

Refresh your information.

Contrary to popular belief, sexual dysfunctions are at least as common in women as in men. Sexual life in both men and women is not limited to a specific time period and can last a lifetime. Sexual dysfunctions are not a natural consequence of aging, they are diseases that need to be treated. Sexual problems can cause marital problems, and marital problems can cause sexual problems. Sexual dysfunctions may be due to congenital anomalies or to organic and psychogenic causes that may occur later. When one of the partners has any sexual dysfunction, the other may also develop sexual dysfunction in the process.