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Trouble of Sexual Satisfaction


Sexual dissatisfaction affects both women and men.

In men, erectile dysfunction is the inability to achieve and sustain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse. Occasional erectile dysfunctions is not uncommon. Many men experience it during times of stress. It can also be a sign of emotional or relationship difficulties that may need to be addressed by a professional. Up to 30 million American men are affected by erectile dysfunctions. Risk for such sexual dysfunctions in men increases with age.

Women’s sexual health, like men’s, is important to overall emotional and physical well-being. Many people think that sexual activity is motivated by physical desire, such as the desire of the body to want sex, which leads to sexual arousal and then orgasm. Although this may be true for men, research suggests that women’s sexual motivations and responses may be more complex. For many women, particularly those who are older than 40 or who have gone through menopause, physical desire isn’t the primary motivation for sex. What it means to be sexually satisfied may differ for men and women, and even among women. Some women say the pleasure of sexual arousal is sufficient, while others want to experience orgasm.

The clitoris has thousands of nerve endings and is the most sensitive area of women’ s genitals and is therefore source of intense sexual pleasure. Clitoral stimulation often leads to orgasm. However, this does not always happen.

Sexual functions in man and women require the participation of the pelvic nerves. The GNS – Genital Nerve Stimulation – is a new technique developed by Prof Possover that bases on the implantation of a Microstimulator System of of few millimeters behind the pubic bone to the genital nerve. The procedure required as small skin incision hidden by the pubic hairs and can be done under local anesthesia. Using a control remoter, stimulation of the genital nerve may induce as well sexual excitation as clitoris and penis erection. In men, stimulation of the genital nerve produces a sustained reflex erection.

No further need of a vibrator or Viagra. The GNS improve significantly sexual satisfaction in both sex.