The main symptom of orgasmic disorder is the inability to achieve sexual climax. Having unsatisfying orgasms or taking longer than normal to reach climax are also symptoms.
A person with orgasmic disorder, also sometimes referred to as orgasmic dysfunction, anorgasmia, or in men delayed ejaculation, may have difficulty achieving orgasm during either sexual intercourse or masturbation. A person may be diagnosed with Female Orgasmic Disorder or Male Orgasmic Disorder, though it is less common for men, when the condition is causing distress or interpersonal difficulties. The condition is referred to as primary when the individual has never experienced orgasm through any means of stimulation. It is called secondary if an individual has attained an orgasm in the past but is currently non-orgasmic.
For men, the disorder might present itself as an inability to reach orgasm during sexual intercourse or as ejaculation only after prolonged intense non-intercourse stimulation.
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