In Sexual Medicine we understand man as a sexual being in two facets:
- The facet of the capacity of sexual development.
- The facet of the ability to perform their sexual functions.
Since a child becomes a teenager to be an adult, sexual problems can arise. These problems are studied and treated by specialists in Sexual Medicine. Later, when the time comes for sexual intercourse, there may be another series of problems that we analyze and address. Finally, in the decline of life there may be failures in sexual performance that we study and treat.
What are the most common pathologies in Sexual Medicine?
Depending on the stage of life, certain sexual problems may arise. In the first stage there may be problems with development, manifestations of sexual orientation, sexual orientation, sexual preference or sexual assignment. Later, once this is established, there may be problems in the sexual relationship when relationships are established.
In the male part, erectile dysfunction is statistically the most frequent pathology of consultation. Secondly, there are the problems of the appearance of the penis: If it is incurved, if its covers are exaggerated or inadequate and, of course, if this causes discomfort or alterations in sexual relations.
There are also sexual problems in the orgasm and problems of ejaculation. This may be because it is too short, too premature or too late or impossible to achieve.
Finally, in the third stage of life, when some functions deteriorate with age, sexual deterioration (called by some andropause) may also appear. In this case, we treat the patient and try to restore the quality he has lost in the performance of his sexual function.