Sexual Health FAQ
Q: What is Female Sexual Dysfunction?
A: Female Sexual Dysfunction is a common phenomenon, and is in fact, recognized by the medical community. It has now been proven that orgasm is not experienced by most women worldwide.
Q: What is Male Sexual Dysfunction?
A: physically impaired or does not have sufficient ability of a man to carry on his sex life to his own satisfaction and that of his partner.
Q: What is Erectile Dysfunction?
A: Erectile dysfunction refers to either not being able to achieve an erection, or not being able to keep it until ejaculation occurs. This occasionally happens to most men. However, if it happens often, it may need addressing.
Q: What is Premature Ejaculation?
A: Premature ejaculation refers to ejaculating before intercourse or very shortly after insertion, and not being able to control this response. Depending on whether this is acceptable is really up to the couple.
Q: What is Rapid or Early Ejaculation?
A: Rapid ejaculation and early ejaculation are other names for premature ejaculation.
Q: Is Premature Ejaculation and Early Ejaculation the same?
A: Yes, they are the same.
Q: Difference between Premature Ejaculation and Erectile Dysfunction?
A: Premature ejaculation means ejaculating either before or very shortly after insertion during intercourse, whereas erectile dysfunction refers to not being able to get or sustain an erection.
Q: Does smoking causes premature Ejaculation?
A: Smoking does not cause premature ejaculation.