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Journal of the Korean Academy of Family Medicine 1986;7(12):1-9.
Published online December 1, 1986.
정상적인 부부에서 보이는 성기능 장애의 빈도
박정옥 이태준
가톨릭의과대학 가정의학과교실
Abstract
In order to know the frequency of sexual dysfunction experienced and the relations of those problems to sexual satisfaction in normal couples, we examined a self reported questionnaire.
The results of this study were as follows:
1. The couples included in this study were predominantly well educated, happily married and have a stable job. Their mean age is in the latter half of their thirties.
2. Among the sexual dysfunction, ejaculating too quickly and difficulty maintaining on erection were most frequently reported in men. In women, difficulty getting excited, difficulty maintaining excitement and difficulty in reaching orgasm were the most frequent.
3. Among the sexual difficulties, too little foreplay before intercourse, too little tenderness after intercourse were frequently reported in men. In women, too little foreplay before intercourse, too little tenderness after intercourse and partner chooses inconvenient time were frequent.
4. There was a significant relationship between sexual satisfaction and number of sexual dysfunction reported for spouse in both men and women. There also was a significant relationship between sexual satisfaction and number of sexual difficulties in both men and women. In women, number of sexual difficulties was more related to sexual satisfaction, on the other hand, in men, number of sexual dysfunction reported for spouse was more related to sexual satisfaction.
5. In men, his own sexual dysfunction, "difficulty getting on erection" was significantly related to sexual satisfaction. In women, "difficulty getting excited" and "inability to have an orgasm" were significantly related to their sexual satisfaction.
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