Anorgasmia (alternately known as orgasmic dysfunction or Coughlan's syndrome) is the persistent inability to reach orgasm during sex. It is less common in men than women and is especially rare in younger men. Male anorgasmia is closely associated with delayed ejaculation, a condition that itself is more common in older men.
The major categories of sexual dysfunction in men include: or the inability to achieve orgasm without lengthy sexual contact; or the inability to have an orgasm during intercourse.
The main symptom of orgasmic dysfunction is the inability to achieve sexual climax. Other symptoms include having unsatisfying orgasms and taking longer than normal to reach climax.Author: Brian Krans.
Anorgasmia is a type of sexual dysfunction in which a person cannot achieve orgasm despite adequate stimulation. Anorgasmia is far more common in females (4.7 percent) than in males and is especially rare in younger men. The problem is greater in women who are post-menopause.Specialty: Psychiatry, gynecology, urology.