Anorgasmia, lack of orgasm

*+-WHAT IS ANORGASMIA? It is the recurrent failure to achieve an orgasm after a normal phase of arousal with adequate sexual stimulation. In males it is the lack of pleasurable sensations despite the existence of ejaculation (partial or total). Anorgasmia is not to be mistaken for delayed ejaculation or retrograde ejacultacion.

Dyspareunia

*+-WHAT IS DYSPAREUNIA? It is also known as coitalgia . It is the discomfort suffered by women during sexual intercourse (pain). It includes various characteristics such as vaginal post-coital irritation and severe pain. What are the causes of Dyspareunia? They can have an organic origin: infectious agents, genital-urinary infections, allergic reactions to condoms, diaphragms, intrauterine…

Anorgasmia, lack of orgasm

*+-What is anorgasmia? Anorgasmia is the recurrent and persistent absence of orgasm following a normal excitement phase, produced by precoital adequate stimulation intensity, duration and type. It is one of the most common sexual dysfunction in women. In some cases, the difficulty in achieving orgasm is linked to male sexual problems and in such cases…

Urinary incontinece

*+-WHAT IS URINARY INCONTINENCE? Loss of control over urinary sphincters resulting in the involuntary passage of urine. People who suffer from this condition are faced with a social, psychological and social problem that limits their activities within the work-place and their family/personal sphere. What are the causes of urinary incontinence? Urinary incontinence depends on the…

Vaginism

*+-WHAT IS VAGINISM? It is the inability to perform sexual intercourse due to the involuntary contraction of the lower third of the vaginal muscles. In some cases, women who suffer from vaginism may enjoy sexual foreplay and even reach orgasm as long as there is no penetration. What are the causes of Vaginism? The majority…

Infertility

*+-WHY DO WE SPEAK OF INFERTILE COUPLES AND NOT OF INFERTILE INDIVIDUALS? Throughout history, we see that fecundity is a female characteristic, therefore, when pregnancy was not achieved, the woman was held responsible for being infertile. In modern society, with the scientific advances in this field, we refer to the couple as unit with reproductive…

Urinary Calculus. Urolithiasis

*+-WHAT ARE URINARY STONE? Urinary calculus is a stone like body composed of urinary salts bound together by a colloid matrix of organic materials that form anywhere in the urinary tract and may cause pain, bleeding, obstruction of the flow of urine, or an infection. Depending on where a stone forms, it may be called…