While the person does not want a delay in every partnered sexual activity or almost every sexual activity (about 75-100%);
-There must be marked delay in ejaculation, marked infrequency or absence of ejaculation.
-Symptoms persist for at least about 6 months and cause clinically significant distress.
- at any or almost every sexual activity (about 75-100%);
- Significant difficulty in achieving an erection during sexual activity
Significant difficulty maintaining an erection until sexual activity is over
- Significant decrease in hardness level
ORGASM DISORDER IN WOMEN
Any or almost every sexual activity (about 75-100%) should have one of the following symptoms: Marked delay in orgasm, marked infrequence or absence of orgasm, Very low intensity of orgasmic sensations.
WOMEN'S SEXUAL INTEREST/ARITUTION DISORDER
Absence or markedly low sexual interest/arousal, as manifested by at least three of the following: Indifference or little interest in sexual activity No or very little sexual thoughts or fantasies No or very little initiation of sexual activity little initiation, no response to partner's initiation attempts, little or no sexual euphoria/attention during sexual activity at every or nearly every sexual encounter (approximately 75-100%) no sexual symbols, either internal or external Little or no (written-verbal-visual) counter-sexual interest/stimulation.
PAIN/INPENSE DISORDER IN SEXUAL ORGANS-PELVIST
Persistent or recurrent difficulty with one (or more) of the following:
- Entering the vagina during intercourse
Significant pain in the vulvovagina or pelvis during vaginal penetration or attempts
Marked fear or anxiety about having pain in the vulvovagina or pelvis while waiting for or due to vaginal penetration
Excessive stretching or tightening of the pelvic floor muscles during an attempt to enter the vagina
LOW MALE SEXUAL WANTED DISORDER
Persistent or recurrent low (or absence) of sexual thoughts or fantasies and desire for sexual activity.
Factors that may affect sexual functioning, such as the person's age, general and socio-cultural status, should be considered.
Persistent or recurrent ejaculation during each partnered sexual activity, within about 1 minute of vaginal penetration and before the person's will. Symptoms persist for at least about 6 months at every or nearly every sexual activity (approximately 75-100%) and cause clinically significant distress.