Orgasm Disorders in Women: Treatment in Therapy

Orgasm Disorders in Women: Treatment in Therapy

How Are Female Orgasm Problems Assessed In a Clinical Setting?

In order to determine if sexual dysfunction is truly an inability to orgasm, issues with sexual arousal should be explored first. If a woman cannot become sexually aroused, she is not likely to orgasm. In that case, the issue is likely around sexual arousal and not a problem with orgasm.

To assess female sexual arousal, details about sexual repertoire during partnered sex, adequate stimulation being received, and information about the partner’s sexual functioning should be assessed. Some women are not sure if they have had an orgasm.

Orgasm Disorders in Women: Causes

Orgasm Disorders in Women: Causes

Women vary with regard to the age in which they first have an orgasm, how consistently they have orgasms and how much value they put on them.

Did you know …?

  • There is no universally accepted definition of orgasm in women.

  • The way women feel during orgasm, as well as the physiological changes that happen during orgasm, varies between women.

The female orgasm can appear elusive, especially to those women who have not had one. A number of factors can add to this.

Erectile Dysfunction: The Importance of Sex Therapy In Treatment

The specific psychosocial therapy needed for erectile dysfunction (ED) is dependent on understanding all medical and non-medical contributions.

A thorough psychosexual evaluation is needed to determine the underlying psychological, relational, environmental and medical contributions. It is important to understanding:

  • How the symptoms evolved over time.

  • How the factors that predisposed the individual precipitated and maintain the symptoms.

There are a number of factors that can contribute to erectile dysfunction from an individual psychological perspective.