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Acronyms BMI body mass index. I have adequate access to emotional support in my life, such as friends, family, etc. Did you find this information useful? Welcome to Lifestyle Nutrition. I experience inhibition of sexual pleasure or response due to my history of physical, sexual, or emotional trauma. Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been read 52, times. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other.

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Conclusions Both intermittent and continuous energy restriction resulted in similar weight loss, maintenance and improvements in cardiovascular risk factors after one year. Keywords Intermittent energy restriction. Acronyms BMI body mass index. RMR resting metabolic rate. PAL physical activity level. TDEE total daily energy expenditure. Recommended articles Citing articles 0. I have adequate access to information and services for domestic violence. I have adequate access to emotional support in my life, such as friends, family, etc.

I avoid having sex or experience distress during sex because I feel I don't live up to the ideals of my culture regarding sexuality or desirability. I feel anxiety or shame about my body, sexual attractiveness, or sexual responses. I feel confusion or shame about my sexual orientation or identity. I feel confusion or shame about my sexual fantasies, desires, and preferences.

I feel that there are conflicts between my sexual values and those of my partner. I feel that there are conflicts between my sexual values and those of my peer group. I feel that there are conflicts between my sexual values and those of the mainstream culture. I feel a lack of interest, fatigue, or lack of time for sex due to family, work, or other obligations.

I feel inhibited about communicating preferences or initiating, pacing, or shaping sexual activities. Please answer the following questions based on your current relationship. Please answer the following questions based on your previous experience in sexual relationship. These questions only apply to people who have been in a sexual relationship. To enable them, appropriately answer the "Relationship Status" question. I experience sexual inhibition, avoidance, or distress because of betrayal by or dislike of my partner.

I experience sexual inhibition, avoidance, or distress because I fear my partner. I experience sexual inhibition, avoidance, or distress because of abuse by my partner. I experience sexual inhibition, avoidance, or distress arising from unequal power between myself and my partner. I experience sexual inhibition, avoidance, or distress because of my partner's negative communication patterns.

There are discrepancies between myself and my partner in frequency of desire for sexual activity. There are discrepancies between myself and my partner in preferences for various sexual activities. I trust my partner to be sensitive to my wants.

I have lost sexual interest as a result of conflicts with my partner over commonplace issues such as money, schedules, or relatives. I have experienced loss of sexual interest due to traumatic experiences, such as infertility or the death of a child.

I experience sexual aversion, mistrust, or inhibition of sexual pleasure due to my partner's problem with rejection. I experience sexual aversion, mistrust, or inhibition of sexual pleasure due to my partner's problem with co-operation. I experience sexual aversion, mistrust, or inhibition of sexual pleasure due to my partner's problem with closeness.

I experience sexual aversion, mistrust, or inhibition of sexual pleasure due to my partner's criticalness. I experience sexual aversion, mistrust, or inhibition of sexual pleasure due to my partner's depression.

I experience sexual aversion, mistrust, or inhibition of sexual pleasure due to my partner's anxiety. I experience inhibition of sexual pleasure or response due to my history of physical, sexual, or emotional trauma. I avoid sexual activity or fail to experience sexual pleasure because of my fears about rejection. I avoid sexual activity or fail to experience sexual pleasure because of my fears about intimacy.

I avoid sexual activity or fail to experience sexual pleasure because of my anger toward my partner. I practice masturbation or other forms of self-pleasuring. I experience sexual aversion, mistrust, or inhibition of sexual pleasure due to my depression. I experience sexual aversion, mistrust, or inhibition of sexual pleasure due to my anxiety. I experience sexual inhibition due to my fear of sexual acts or their possible consequences, for example, pain during intercourse, pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, etc.

I limit my sexual feelings due to my fear of losing my partner. I engage in sexual behavior that feels inappropriate and out of control. I experience pain or lack of physical response during sexual activity due to medical condition s affecting my body. I believe that my sexual experience and pleasure are limited by a medical condition.

Please be as specific about the medical condition s such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, lupus, headaches, epilepsy, arthritis, etc. Please note that you will be automatically limited to characters. You have characters left. At some time in my life, I have taken hormones such as estrogen, testosterone, progesterone, DHEA, birth control pills, etc.

Side effects of drugs, medications, or treatment for a medical condition. Involuntary contractions of the vagina vaginismus. I experience pain during arousal erection, lubrication. I experience pain during orgasm.

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