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The Work Group recommendations pertaining to Male Erectile Disorder (ED) also called for the diagnostic criteria to be modified so that only erectile failure (and not reduced subjective excitement) was required. The justification here was that in research studies the diagnosis of ED was based on ‘‘objective criteria alone’’ and that, clinically, ‘‘there is no evidence that men exist who have decreased sexual arousal in the absence of desire or orgasm dysfunction’’ (Segraves, 1996b, p. 1110). 1).
Or more during past 12 mos. Last 3 mos. 1%. Age showed a curvilinear relationship with the likelihood of lubrication difficulties in most, but not all, countries. Specifically, women aged 50–59 years were twice as likely as those aged 40–49 years to report lubrication problems; however, women in the oldest age group studied (70–80 years) were no more likely to have this complaint than the youngest age group (40–49 years). , low response rate, differences in recruitment and method of assessment across sites), the findings underlined the importance of cultural factors in the experience of sexual problems.
Hartmann et al. also recommended that a new classification system take etiological and comorbidity factors into account. In two empirical studies of women with low sexual desire, they found significant comorbidity and high rates of psychological distress in their samples. Although Hartmann et al. made some suggestions for classifying hypoactive sexual desire disorders, including arousal complaints as a specifier for some desire disorders, they did not propose a new classification system, emphasizing instead the need for a better understanding of the mechanisms underlying sexual disorders and, in particular, more qualitative research of women’s experiences of sexual problems.
Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol 39, issue 2, April 2010 by Kenneth J. Zucker (ed.)