Andrologie pp 211-245 | Cite as

Störungen der Samendeposition

  • H. van Ahlen
  • L. Hertle

Zusammenfassung

Sexuelle Funktionsstörungen beim Mann können vielfältig sein. Rein mechanische Störungen der Samendeposition aufgrund anatomischer Gegebenheiten sind von funktionellen Libidostörungen und Orgasmusstörungen, von Ejakulationsproblemen oder der Unfähigkeit, eine kohabitationsfähige Erektion zu erreichen oder aufrechtzuerhalten, zu differenzieren. Während reine Orgasmusstörungen nahezu in allen Fällen auf psychische oder psychiatrische Ursachen zurückzuführen sind, können bei Libidostörungen auch hormonelle Ursachen vorliegen und damit Symptom eines Androgendefizites sein. Zusätzliche Symptome wie Veränderungen der sekundären Geschlechtsmerkmale oder des Ejakulatvolumens lassen meist die organische Genese erkennen. Während somit funktionelle Orgasmus- und Libidostörungen eine Domäne psychologisch — psychiatrischer oder endokrinologischer Therapieansätze sind, befaßt sich dieses Kapitel vorwiegend mit Störungen der Samendeposition und funktionell oder organisch bedingten Störungen der Kohabitation.

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