dysfunction

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dysfunction

Med any disturbance or abnormality in the function of an organ or part
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dysfunction

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disfunction

any social activity seen as making a negative contribution to the maintenance or effective working of a functioning SOCIAL SYSTEM. See FUNCTIONALISM.
Collins Dictionary of Sociology, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2000

dysfunction

[‚dis′fəŋk·shən]
(medicine)
Impaired or abnormal functioning of a body part.
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I noticed that my husband of three years who had been previously s3xually active had suddenly developed a weak erection. Being a rather shy person, he is not ready to see the doctor.
Treatment is quite safe, so it's very reasonable for a man with characteristic symptoms--low desire, weak erections, chronic tiredness--to ask his physician to have his blood checked for low T.
Regular pelvic floor exercises help prevent the consequences of poor pelvic muscle tone, such as urinary incontinence and weak erections, and they can help people with sexual difficulties from surgery in the pelvic region, neurological damage or obesity.