Respond to your colleagues by comparing the differential diagnostic features of the disorder you were assigned to the diagnostic features of the disorder your colleagues were assigned.
NOTE: Positive comment (bellow is attached the sleep disorder assigned to me)
Sexual dysfunction: Male Erectile Disorder
DSM-5 classifies Erectile Dysfunction as a sexual dysfunction disorder with a significant inability to respond or experience sexual pleasure, is a sexual disorder affecting men, is the decreased erectile turgidity for 75% of sexual activity for at least 6 months or failure to obtain and sustain an erection sufficient. It culminates in a condition where the man loses sexual interest and fails to retain their erection for an extended period. The primary causal of Impotence in men is because of massive stress. The brain coordinates in releasing the sexual desire and urge. It means that once a patient is stressed out, their sexual capacity reduces thus termed as impotence (Irwin, 2019). Male erectile disorder is asserted in the absence of distress and other psychological stressors for the patient (Segraves, 2010). Before diagnosing Sexual Dysfunction, other issues from a nonsexual mental illness, among other stressors, should be first be addressed. Other factors to be considered for the diagnosis of male erectile dysfunction include the history of sexual/emotional abuse, communication problems, partner violence, cultural or religious factors (Edward, 2020). The disease is preventable, and doctors can minimize the damage suppose the patient agrees to speak about their condition. The first diagnostic step for the doctor is to listen to the patient and record all the signs and symptoms experienced. After an explanation, the doctor determines whether the condition is chronic and needs more than administering drugs as the treatment system. The primary used diagnosis procedure is the physical examination where the medical professional analyzes the genitals to discern any signs of pain or detect a sensation. Furthermore, the doctor might prescribe a blood examination to analyze the presence of impotence stimulators. Diagnostic criterial for Male Erectile Disorder.
Psychotherapy and Psychopharmacologic Treatment for Male Erectile Dysfunction.
Through the right medication, a patient might be cured of erectile dysfunction. The most prominent treatment technique used is psychology treatment. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an efficacious therapy used in addressing Erectile Dysfunction in patients. CBT is an actionable and proactive therapy aimed at helping how patients think and behave. The medical professionals believe that once the patient finds a guidance to help them fight stress, they will succeed in beating impotency. The patient is prescribed to periodic counselling sessions where they guided through self-acceptance and building a strong self-esteem (Irwin, 2019). Additionally, they are prescribed to a dosage that would help the patient obtain sexual sensation. They are advised on the negative and positive effects of taking the drugs and evaluated by their competency level to handle the side effects. According to Simopoulos (2012), the main drugs used for the pharmacologic treatment of male erectile dysfunction include Bromocriptine, Selegiline, Sildenafil, and Amantadine Cyproheptadine, and Cabergoline. Other frequently medicament include Viagra is one of the medications incorporated to the patients which helps them in having and maintaining their erection throughout their intercourse duration. Curing erectile dysfunction can also be facilitated through exercise, avoiding smoking/alcohol, consuming healthy foods, and getting enough sleep. Treatments for patients with depression, anxiety, and schizophrenia may have drastic sexual side effects.
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