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What are the 4 A's of sexual dysfunction?
Anxiety, Anger, Alcohol, Aging
What is often the common denominator of sexual dysfunction?
What are the 4 D's of sexual dysfunction?
Disease, Drugs, Depression, Deliberate control
What is meant by deliberate control?
Unilateral decision by one partner to curtail or significantly limit sexual activity
Disease in men is particularly manifested as sexual dysfunction involving __ & __.
desire & ED
What drugs are implicated in sexual dysfunction?
Psychotropics (esp SSRI's), Antihypertensives, All commonly abused drugs
What is the triphasic model?
Desire, Arousal (Vasocongestive, Primarily parasympathetic), Orgasm (Reflex clonic muscular, Primarily sympathetic)
Persistently deficient sexual fantasies & desire for sexual activity; Causes marked distress or interpersonal difficulty
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder; First phase problem
Inability to maintain erection adequate for intercourse
Male erectile disorder
What is the difference between lifelong erectile disorder & acquired?
Lifelong has a poorer prognosis
What are the 4 treatment approaches for ED?
Medical (tx of primary disorder); Behavioral (Sensate Focus: lying naked together w/ hugging & kissing but no intercourse for 2w); Pharmacological (Sildenafil (Viagra), Vardenafil (Levitra), Tadalafil (Cialis); Other (pumps, injections, implants)
Persistent or recurrent ejaculation w/ minimal sexual stimulation before, on, or shortly after penetration & before the person wishes it; Causes marked distress or interpersonal difficulty
Premature Ejaculation
Premature ejaculation is a __ phase disorder.
What are 3 tx options for premature ejaculation?
Squeeze technique, Start-Stop technique, Pharmacological methods
What are 3 possible manifestations of orgasmic disroder?
Inhibited orgasm, Prolonged ejaculation, or Retrograde ejaculation ("shooting blanks")