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Sex therapy for treatment of sexual problems and disorders

Sex therapy can help you if you are experiencing difficulties in your love life. It is the treatment of sexual dysfunction, such as non-consummation, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, low libido, unwanted sexual fetishes, sexual addiction, painful sex, or a lack of sexual confidence.

A sex therapist will ask you questions to find out the reasons for your problem. A therapy session will mainly involve you talking about your problem to help you get a better understanding of it. After identifying the couple’s attitudes about sex and the sexual problem, the sex therapist recommends specific exercises to re-focus the couple’s attention and expectations.

Sex therapy sessions usually last for 50 minutes. The therapist may advise you to have weekly sessions or to see them less frequently such as every two or three weeks.

Sex therapy can help a range of sexual problems including erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, vaginismus, dyspareunia, and inability to achieve orgasm. It also helps couples where there is a loss of sexual desire or sex has ceased to be part of the relationship. A sex therapist can help people with various sexual problems, including:

In men

  • lack of desire
  • difficulty getting or keeping an erection (erectile dysfunction)
  • premature ejaculation or other ejaculation problems

In sex therapy the patient is taught various exercises & how to use various body parts in particular way so that erection become good, sustained & patient does not have any fear. Sex therapy for low libido is offered in which the therapist teach the patient about the various techniques in such a way that it increase the enjoyment of body touch better hardness of penis & sustained penile erection & takes longer time in discharge.

In women

  • lack of desire
  • difficulty having an orgasm
  • pain during sex or inability to have penetrative sex

One successful technique for women is the use of Kegel exercises. Kegel exercises involve voluntary contraction and relaxation of the muscles around the opening of the vagina. Women do this instinctively when they need to urinate at an inconvenient time.

Sex therapy is helpful for those who are experiencing sex problems and disorders. It helps in overcoming those problems and regaining an active sex life.