Dr. Linda Yniguez
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: Anxiety!

It appears that you may be having emotions and/or thoughts that could be causing some anxiety upon engaging in sex.
The thoughts, beliefs, feelings, and perceptions we have about ourselves as well as our partner are very much involved in healthy sex. Assuming no physical cause, a psychologist can help you to get to the root of the anxiety that may be causing the dysfunction.

In brief: Anxiety!

It appears that you may be having emotions and/or thoughts that could be causing some anxiety upon engaging in sex.
The thoughts, beliefs, feelings, and perceptions we have about ourselves as well as our partner are very much involved in healthy sex. Assuming no physical cause, a psychologist can help you to get to the root of the anxiety that may be causing the dysfunction.
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Dr. Alan Ali
Also, rule out effects of Medications, Alcohol, or other physiologic factors.
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