Common Problems

Sex and relationships go hand in hand….

Sex is one of our most basic instincts. It is also often deeply pleasurable and fulfilling, at its best, it’s amazing!! – when it works.

However, for so many people it can bring anxiety, pain, embarrassment and shame. There are a whole host of problems that can get between a person and their ideal sex life. We have put together a list (below) but it’s not exhaustive.

Whether you are experiencing issues with your sexual functioning or whether the problems sit with your relationship, there is a high chance that they will impact on each other.

At the North Hampshire Clinic, we use a Biopsychosocial assessment process to thoroughly assess your situation. We can then formulate a bespoke treatment plan to target the issues you have been experiencing.

We will work collaboratively with you to help you to sort out problems within your relationship and get you back to your sexual best in no time!

Affairs
Anorgasmia (Orgasmic Disorder)
Arguments
Arousal Disorders
Co-dependency
Commitment issues
Communication difficulties
Confusion (Identity, Gender and Sexuality)
Delayed Ejaculation
Difficulties with Orgasm
Divorce
Dyspareunia
Erection problems
Erectile Disorder
Excessive Masturbation

Fear of Sex
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (FSAD)
Genito-Pelvic Pain
High Sexual Desire (Hyperactive)
Hypersexuality/Sex Addiction
Inability to achieve penetrative sex
Infidelity
Inhibited Sexual Desire (ISD)
Inhibitions
Insecurity
Lack of Sex Education
Love addiction
Low Sexual Desire/Libido
Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD)
Menopause

Painful Sex
Pelvic Pain
Poor Body Image
Porn Addiction
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Premature/Early/Rapid Ejaculation
Separation
Sexual Trauma/Abuse
Sex Addiction
Sex Avoidance
Sexual Aversion Disorder
Sexually Unfulfilled
Trauma
Vaginal Dryness
Vaginismus
Vulvodynia

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