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Egodystonic homosexuality

conflicted homosexuals

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sexual response stage

changes that occur in the body during sexual arousal, orgasm, and the return to the unaroused state

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stages of sex

excitement, plateau, orgasm, resolution, refractory period

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what may cause development of sexual dysfunctions

shame/ignorance about sex, anxiety about sex, lack of experience, low self confidence

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lifelong sexual dysfunction

always experienced sexual problems

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acquired sexual dysfunction

fairly recent onset of sexual problems

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generalized sexual dysfunction

problems are apparent in all situations

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situational sexual dysfunction

problems are apparent in one type of situation ex. specific partner

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male hypoactive sexual desire disorder

when a client describes persistently or recurrently deficient/absent sexual/erotic thoughts or fantasies and desire for sexual activity

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female sexual interest/arousal disorder

combination of lack of sexual interest and arousal disorder

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what do sexual arousal disorders involve

when person has difficulty becoming physically aroused when the person desires such arousal

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erectile disorder

difficulties with obtaining an erection during sexual activity, maintaining an erection until the completion of sexual activity

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how long must symptoms in erectile disorder be present

must be distressing and present for a minimum of 6 months

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female orgasmic disorder

presence of infrequency or absence of orgasm or reduced intensity of orgasmic sensations

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how long must symptoms in female orgasmic disorder be present

minimum 6 months and must be distressing

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delayed ejaculation

delay in ejaculation or infrequency/absence of ejaculation

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how long must symptoms in delayed ejaculation be present

minimum 6 months and must be distressing

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premature ejaculation

persistent/recurrent pattern of ejaculation occurring during partnered sexual activity within approximately 1 minute following vaginal penetration and before the individual wishes it

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how long must symptoms in premature ejaculation be present

minimum 6 months and must be distressing

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paraphilia

deviations from normal sexual interests - critical that disorder causes distress to self or others

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gender differences in sexual behaviors

more similarities

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are women non-specific

yes

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are men specific

yes

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gentio-pelvic pain/penetration disorder

persistent or recurrent difficulties with one or more of the following: vaginal penetration during intercourse, vulvovaginal/pelvic pain during sex/penetration, fear/anxiety about penetration, tensing/tightening of pelvic muscles during penetration

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how long must symptoms for gentio-pelvic pain/penetration disorder last?

at least 6 months and cause distress to the individual

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hypersexuality

loss of control over sexual urges, fantasies and behaviors

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assessment for hypersexuality

TSO - 7+ orgasms per week for 6+ months

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risk factors for male erectile disorder

smoking, hypertension, diabetes, alcoholism, age

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two types of premature ejaculation

primary and secondary

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secondary premature ejaculation

occurs in men who previously had ejaculatory control - could be caused by trauma to the sympathetic nervous system, abdominal/pelvic injuries etc.