Psychosexual Disorder refers to sexual disorders which are assumed to be due to psychological factors .

The Symptoms Of Psychosexual Disorders are: Patient unable to experience sexual arousal in normal conditions with adult members of the opposite sex. Patient able to experience sexual arousal in abnormal conditions not natural to the sexual urges of healthy humans. Patient may frequently be in denial of need for treatment . This is a classic symptom. Patient may have persecution complex , believing that treatment is persecution for his difference . Patient may be easily offended by descriptions or questions regarding his condition or activities. Patient may have little or no contact with family members. There are various mental disorders falling into the category of psychosexual. These include all mental impairments which cause the patient an inability to function as a normal member of society and deal with the opposite sex in a healthy manner.

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