Sex is a very delicate science; and, understanding when professional help is needed and when you can do your own diligence can be a little tougher than imagined.
The situation is complicated by the fact that sexual problems are not as scary as a heart attack, nor is it a threat to your life. So, most people willingly postpone visiting a sex therapist. They keep pushing it till later. This is a major mistake! Sexual disorders, just like any other health problem, is better treated in its initial stages.
The reasons for going to a sexologist are so many:
– Slightly pronounced erection that sexual intercourse becomes impossible;
– Premature ejaculation(prior to or just after insertion of the penis into the vagina);
– The absence of ejaculation, despite the greater duration of sexual acts;
– The lack of an orgasm.
Disorders of an erection consist of difficulties getting it before intercourse, weakening of an erection during sexual intercourse, and an unstable erection that complicates the implementation of a full sexual intercourse.
Disorders of ejaculation.
They are manifested in its acceleration (premature ejaculation), distress (problems with ejaculation) and its absence. The latter option may occur in the complete absence of ejaculation; and, a retrograde ejaculation is when the sperm is thrown into the bladder. This could be due to a number of diseases or taking certain medicines. Causes of premature ejaculation are most likely to be due to an oversensitive penis head, an inflammatory diseases of the genital organs (prostatitis, vesiculitis), paracentral lobules syndrome, other neurologic and psychogenic factors. Other causes could also be the deprivation of sexual experience and lack of a regular sexual life.
Violation of the libidinal component can also occur in the form of its reduction or complete absence of, and in its excessive strengthening.
A sex therapist is not only a good psychologist; but, first, he is a foremost specialist in the field of any sexual problem. Sexology covers a wide range of disciplines: from medicine to psychology. It examines the development of sexuality and helps to establish the roots of sexual problems.
Occasionally, does it seem to the man to actually head to the doctor. Well for men, if nothing hurts, but still it does not pull, one should be ok about it and stop whining. But its the basis of an intimate life, you will still be dissatisfied. Sometimes you might not be satisfied with the partner, feel the pain and discomfort during sexual intercourse or you cannot pick up optimal posture. It would seem to you worthless to actually see a doctor? A sexologist will help you get to the root of the discontent. In fact, sexologists have a certificate therapist. And in 70 percent of cases, they have the techniques, the patients will solve their sexual problems, without actually taking off his pants.
Pain during sexual intercourse and the emergence of which there are no physical prerequisites are a good reason to go to the doctor. It happens that the pain appears before sexual intercourse or before any physical contact. After sex, all the discomfort can completely pass; but, that is no excuse for them to forget all about it. Very frequently, the cause of this pain is psychological and can be caused by, for example, hostility of the partner. But it can also hide an inflammation that requires serious treatment. Therefore, do not suffer, the faster you contact a specialist, the shorter and cheaper will be your treatment.