ICD-11 classes
17 Conditions related to sexual health
Sexual dysfunctions

ICD-11 Sexual dysfunctions

Sexual Dysfunctions are syndromes that comprise the various ways in which adult people may have difficulty experiencing personally satisfying, non-coercive sexual activities. Sexual response is a complex interaction of psychological, interpersonal, social, cultural and physiological processes and one or more of these factors may affect any stage of the sexual response. In order to be considered a sexual dysfunction, the dysfunction must: 1) occur frequently, although it may be absent on some occasions; 2) have been present for at least several months; and 3) be associated with clinically significant distress.

The diagnosis includes nothing.

The diagnosis excludes nothing.

Diagnosis contains 7 clarifying diagnoses:

  1. HA00 — Hypoactive sexual desire dysfunction
    It contains 5 clarifying diagnoses.
  2. HA01 — Sexual arousal dysfunctions
    It contains 4 clarifying diagnoses.
  3. HA02 — Orgasmic dysfunctions
    It contains 3 clarifying diagnoses.
  4. HA03 — Ejaculatory dysfunctions
    It contains 5 clarifying diagnoses.
  5. GC42 — Sexual dysfunction associated with pelvic organ prolapse
    It contains 2 clarifying diagnoses.
  6. HA0Y — Other specified sexual dysfunctions
  7. HA0Z — Sexual dysfunctions, unspecified

The diagnosis is coded elsewhere:

The diagnosis is included in 1 another class.

  • Sexual dysfunction associated with pelvic organ prolapse (GC42)

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