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SEXUAL DISORDER SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION

PARAPHILIAS
GENDER IDENTITY DISORDER

SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION
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NOT CONSIDERED DEVIANT BEHAVIORS ABNORMALITY IN AN INDIVIDUAL’S SEXUAL RESPONSIVENESS AND REACTIONS FEELINGS OF HAPPINESS VS SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION VERY FEW SOUGHT PROFESSIONAL HELP

SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION

INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS IN THE CONTEXT OF CULTURAL EXPECTATIONS AND VALUES – NORMAL SEXUAL FUNCTIONING SEXUAL PROBLEMS VS OTHER LIFE STRESSORS

SEXUAL RESPONSE CYCLE
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DESIRE: VAGINAL LUBRICATION, PENILE ERECTION EXCITEMENT : CONTINUATION OF SEXUAL EXCITEMENT ORGASM : MUSCULAR CONTRACTION IN THE GENITAL AREA WITH SENSATION OF PLEASURE RESOLUTION : RETURN TO NORMAL PHYSIOLOGICAL STATE

SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION

SEXUAL DESIRE

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HYPOACTIVE SEXUAL DESIRE DISORDER SEXUAL AVERSION DISORDER MALE ERECTILE DISORDER FEMALE SEXUAL AROUSAL DISORDER

SEXUAL AROUSAL

SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION

SEXUAL ORGASM

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MALE ORGASMIC DISORDER PREMATURE EJACULATION FEMALE ORGASMIC DISORDER

SEXUAL PAIN DISORDER


DYSPAREUNIA VAGINISMUS

CAUSES
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PHYSIOLOGIC PHARMACOLOGIC PSYCHOLOGICAL HISTORY OF SEXUAL ABUSE TROUBLED RELATIONSHIPS DEPRESSION SOCIAL FACTORS

TREATMENTS
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HORMONAL SUPPLEMENTS MEDICATIONS PSYCHOSEXUAL THERAPY REDUCING ANXIETY OVER SEXUAL PERFORMANCE OTHER BEHAVIORAL METHODS

PARAPHILIAS
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“PARA” – “FAULTY” OR ABNORMAL “ PHILIA” – “ATTRACTION”
RECURRENT, INTENSE SEXUALLY AROUSING FANTASIES, SEXUAL URGES OR BEHAVIORS INVOLVING (1) NONHUMAN OBJECTS

(2) CHILDREN OR OTHER NONCONSENTING PERSONS (3) THE SUFFERING OR HUMILIATION OF ONESELF OR A PARTNER

PARAPHILIAS
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UNUSUAL SEXUAL PRACTICES THAT LAST FOR AT LEAST 6 MONTHS OBSESSED TO CARRY OUT THEIR UNUSUAL PRACTICES INTENSE PERSONAL DISTRESS OR IMPAIRMENT IN SOCIAL, WORK AND OTHER AREAS OF LIFE

TYPES OF PARAPHILIAS

PEDOPHILIA

AN ADULT HAS UNCONTROLLABLE SEXUAL URGES TOWARD SEXUALLY IMMATURE CHILDREN

EXHIBITIONISM

INTENSE SEXUAL URGES & AROUSING FANTASIES INVOLVING THE EXPOSURE OF GENITALS TO STRANGER

TYPES OF PARAPHILIAS

FETISHISM

A SEXUAL PLEASURE DERIVED FROM INANIMATE OBJECTS SEXUAL PLEASURE DERIVED FROM TOUCHING OR RUBBING ONE’S GENITALS AGAINST A NONCONSENTING INDIVIDUAL’S THIGHS OR BUTTOCKS

FROTTEURISM

TYPES OF PARAPHILIAS

MASOCHISM

PLEASURE DERIVED FROM BEING SUBJECTED TO PAIN

SADISM

SEXUAL ENJOYMENT FROM INFLICTING CRUELTY OR HARM TO ANOTHER PERSON

TYPES OF PARAPHILIAS

TRANSVESTIC FETISHISM

A MAN HAS AN UNCONTROLLABLE URGE TO WEAR A WOMAN’S CLOTHES SEXUAL GRATIFICATION FROM OBSERVING THE NUDITY OR SEXUAL ACTIVITY OF OTHERS WHO ARE UNAWARE OF BEING WATCHED

VOYEURISM

THEORIES
PSYCHOLOGICAL SEXUAL FANTASIES DURING LATE CHILDHOOD THAT WERE MISREPRESENTED EARLY CHILDHOOD CONDITIONED RESPONSE OF SEXUAL PLEASURE WITH AN INAPPROPRIATE STIMULUS OBJECT

TREATMENTS
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ANTIDEPRESSANTS: SSRI HORMONES BEHAVIORAL AND COGNITIVEBEHAVIORAL THERAPY GROUP THERAPY COUPLE-FAMILY THERAPY

GENDER IDENTITY DISORDER
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GENDER IDENTITY GENDER ROLE SEXUAL ORIENTATION A CONDITION INVOLVING A DISCREPANCY BETWEEN AN INDIVIDUAL’S ASSIGNED SEX AND THE PERSON’S GENDER IDENTITY

DSM IV-TR Criteria
A. A strong and persistent cross-gender identification 1. IN CHILDREN a. stated desire or insistence that he or she is the other sex b. in boys, dressing in female attire in girls, wearing a masculine clothing

c. make believe play or fantasies of being the other sex d. desire to participate in games and past times of the other sex e. prefers playmates of the other sex

2. IN ADOLESCENCE AND ADULTS a. stated desire to be the other sex b. frequently passes as the other sex c. desires to be treated as the other sex d. conviction that he or she has typical feelings and reactions of the other sex B. Feelings of discomfort with own sex or inappropriateness in gender role of own sex

THEORIES

BIOLOGICAL HORMONES: INCREASED LEVELS OF ANDROGEN DURING PRENATAL PERIOD CHROMOSOMAL: EXTRA X OR Y CHROMOSOME BIRTH ORDER AND GENDER OF SIBLINGS

THEORIES
PSYCHOLOGICAL PARENT’S PREFERENCE FOR A CHILD OF THE OTHER GENDER EARLY ATTACHMENT EXPERIENCES PARENT’S UNINTENTIONAL REINFORCEMENT OF CROSS-GENDER BEHAVIOR IDEALIZING ATTRIBUTES OF ATTRACTIVE AND SUCCESSFUL MEMBERS OF THE OPPOSITE SEX

TREATMENTS

PSYCHOTHERAPY: SAME SEX SKILLS AND FRIENDSHIP; BEHAVIOR AND FANTASY; LOW SELF-ESTEEM AND FEAR OF FAMILIAL AND PEER REJECTION SEX REASSIGNMENT SURGERY

NURSING MANAGEMENT

HEALTH EDUCATION

SEXUAL RESPONSES WITHIN THE NURSE-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP