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Multiple Sclerosis and Sexuality

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in Multiple Sclerosis and in some other spinal cord diseases erection but not ejaculation may be possible ?

In these diseases also may occur retrograde ejaculation or emission without ejaculation.

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

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Female Orgasm

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Female Orgasm is accompanied by contractions, not always subjectively experienced as such, of the muscles that line the wall of the outer third of the vagina ?

During orgasm there is also muscular tension, involuntary pelvic thrusting, and perineal contraction. The orgasm is followed by the last phase which is called “Resolution“. Women experienced a sense of general relaxation in this phase.

In contrast with men, who are physiologycally refractory to further erection and orgasm for a period of time, women may be able to respond to additional stimulation almost immediately.

 

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

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Sexual Impotence

Sexual Impotence is characterized by the inability to attain or sustain an erection satisfactory for normal coitus.

Erectile Dysfunction may be ,

Primary : livelong, effective erection never have been experienced and generally due to intrapsychic conflicts.

Secondary : acquired after a period of normal funtion, and due to intrapsychic factors or physical factors.

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

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Male Orgasm

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male orgasm includes contractions of the prostate, seminal vesicles, and urethra ?.

During orgasm there is also muscular tension, pelvic thrusting, perineal contraction, and sensation of ejaculation inevitability. All these are part of Emission and Ejaculatory phases.

Last phase is Resolution, a sense of general relaxation ; during this phase men are physiologically refractory to further erection and orgasm for a period of time.

 

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

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Sexual Anhedonia

What does mean Sexual Anhedonia ?

In Sexual Anhedonia the person experience erection and ejaculation with no pleasure during orgasm.

Sexual Anhedonia occurs without spinal cord damage or peripheral neuropathy.

Others Disorders of Sexual  Dysfunction in the Male are : Inhibited Sexual Excitement, Inhibition of Orgastic Control, and Inhibited Orgasm.

 

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

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