For women this includes: low sexual desire, vaginismus, orgasmic disorder and dyspareunia. These terms are described below.
For men this includes: sexual desire disorders, rapid ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, orgasmic disorder and erectile dysfunction. These terms are described below.
Low sexual desire/arousal: Having a lack of desire for sexual activity or being unable to become aroused before or during a sexual act.
Vaginismus: A painful sexual condition where the outer third of the vagina constricts and interferes with a sexual act or gynecological exam.
Orgasmic disorder: A persistent delay or absence of orgasm.
Dyspareunia: pain during a sexual activity.
Rapid ejaculation: Ejaculating before the desired time with minimal sexual stimulation, sometimes this can occur before touch or penetration begins.
Delayed ejaculation: Delay in ejaculation following a normal sexual excitement act.
Erectile dysfunction: Being unable to achieve and/or maintain an erection.