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3 dysfunctions that reduce pleasure in men
Maintaining sexual intercourse often brings countless benefits, both for physical and emotional health. However, this desire can be altered by dysfunctions that reduce pleasure in men.
The Mexican Association for Sexual Health (Amssac) explains that a sexual dysfunction describes a series of conditions that impair the ability to have a pleasurable sexual life. It includes problems that affect the desire to have sex, ability to be aroused or to experience an orgasm. "
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The Amssac notes that any man can suffer flaws in the sexual response, either in the phase of desire, excitement or orgasm. However, when these problems occur for at least three months and persistently, then there is talk of dysfunction.
Lauro Salvador Gomez Guerra, specialist in urology at the European Academy of Andrology, points out that there are three main male sexual dysfunctions.
1. Decrease in libido Also known as hypoactive sexual desire. This disorder impacts the sexual health of men, since they lose interest in having sex. Your thoughts, fantasies and frequency to have sex diminish considerably.
It is estimated that approximately 20% of men are affected by low or absent sexual desire. The causes are associated with problems of anxiety, stress, fatigue, as well as conflicts in the relationship. Although it is also given by hormonal alterations such as hypogonadism, hyperprolactinemia and thyroid disease.
2. Erectile dysfunction. More commonly known as sexual impotence and is considered, after premature ejaculation, sexual dysfunction more common in men. It mainly affects people over 40 years of age, although it can occur at any age.
In addition to age, erectile dysfunction is related to conditions such as depression, stress, as well as hypertension, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.
3. Premature ejaculation It is a male problem that hinders the voluntary control of ejaculation. This appears quickly and in an unavoidable and unavoidable way, before or after the penetration. It can occur in young men and adults, explains urologist Gomez Guerra.
Risk factors include genetic predisposition, poor general health, obesity, prostate inflammation, thyroid problems, as well as emotional disorders, traumatic sexual experiences and stress.
Premature ejaculation has traditionally been treated with psychotherapy or behavioral therapy. However, there are pharmacological treatments that demonstrate its effectiveness in delaying ejaculation in men.
The problems of sexual dysfunction can be generated by physical and emotional factors or a combination of both situations. They come to negatively affect the state of mind and the interpersonal relationships of men. Before any alert signal, consult a specialized doctor. Take care of your sexual health!