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introduction to Sexual Excitement Disorder-Symptoms-Treatment-Care-Diet

introduction to Sexual Excitement Disorder-Symptoms-Treatment-Care-Diet

Brief introduction of sexual excitement disorder

Sexual excitation disorder refers to the difficulty of producing or maintaining the normal physiological reaction needed for satisfactory sexual intercourse. In men, it is characterized by erectile dysfunction (impotence), and in women, it is characterized by dry vagina or lack of smoothness (lack of external genital reaction in women). Impotence refers to the lack of erectile reaction of male genitalia and desire for sexual intercourse, but the penis cannot erect or erect not firmly or firmly for a short time during sexual intercourse, so that it is difficult to carry out or maintain satisfactory sexual intercourse. Impotence is divided into primary and secondary, and those who have never had genital erection and cannot have sexual intercourse all their lives are called primary impotence. Originally able to have normal sexual intercourse, but can't have normal erection after illness, or can have normal erection sexual intercourse with this person here and now, but those who can't have normal erection with that person at that time are called secondary impotence. Lack of external genital reaction in women is less common, and the lack of lubricant secretion of vagina is often secondary to the lack of sexual interest.

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Basic knowledge of sexual excitement disorder

  • Whether it belongs to medical insurance: No
  • Incidence site: female reproduction, male reproduction and others
  • Infectious: non-contagious
  • Multiple population: men and women
  • Related symptoms: depression, hyposexuality, anxiety, trauma, hyposexuality

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