Many people, both young and old, experience a sexual problem during their lifetime. This is normal.
Most sexual problems disappear on their own after a short time. They are often caused by:

Common sexual problems

Common sexual problems are:

Pornography addiction

Some people get addicted to pornography. It is OK to watch pornography, but watching it too much and too often can become a problem. It can cause you to have unrealistic expectations of sex. It can also have an influence on your social life or cause tensions in your relationship.

More information or help needed?

Family doctor
You can talk to a family doctor about almost every intimate issue. If necessary the family doctor can refer you to a specialised health professional. Find a family doctor in your neighbourhood:
You can visit a family doctor in a community health centre. Other care professionals such as nurses and social workers also work at community health centres. Care is provided free of charge. Find a community health centre in your neighbourhood:
Therapy for sexual problems. A sexologist looks for a solution through conversations with one or both partners. Find a sexologist in your neighbourhood:
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