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Ten Little-Known Sexual Dysfunction Facts

Sunday, August 2, 2009 0 comments

I think that most sexual dysfunction is caused by sexual ignorance and lack of
understanding our bodies, as well as tension, stress and insecurity.
I wonder if they are counting not being orgasmic as a sexual problem. Or are
they counting the woman that have never masturbated and therefore does not know
anything about their own bodies and are trying to find a man that can figure it
out.
Or men that just need to have and feel loved, and appreciated before they can
enjoy sex.


Sexual problems occur in 43 percent of American women.
Sexual problems occur in 31 percent of American men.
About 10 percent of women have never had an orgasm.
Painful intercourse has been experienced by almost two out of three women at
some time in their lives.
It is common for breast-feeding women to have inadequate vaginal
lubrication.
About 15 percent of postmenopausal women experience a decrease in their sexual
desire.
The success rate for women's orgasmic dysfunction treatment by sex therapists
tends to range from 65 percent to 85 percent.
About 22 percent of women experience low sexual desire (compared to 5 percent
of men).
Some 21 percent of men experience premature ejaculation.
A woman's level of androgen (a hormone that develops and maintains masculine
characteristics) typically falls 50 percent during and after menopause (but
it's unclear whether the drop translates into decreased sex drive in a large
percentage of women).

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