Satirijaza

Satirijaza ili satirizam (grč. Σάτυρος – satiros = od Satir, mitski hiperseksualni muškarac) je patološko povećanje seksualna želja kod muškaraca u obliku stalnog osjećaja seksualne gladi i neobuzdane želje za seksualnim odnosom. Satirijaza je povezana ne samo s kvantitativnim povećanjem broja seksualnih kontakata, već i s kvalitativnom promjenom seksualnog ponašanja, pri čemu seksualnost postaje glavni životni cilja pojedinca zbog nemogućnosti zadovoljenja seksualnog osjećaja, bez obzira na bilo koje radnje poduzete u ovom pravcu.[1][2]

Satirijaza
Nymphs and Satyr, by William-Adolphe Bouguereau.jpg
„Nimfe i Satir“: Slika umetnika Adolpha Williama Bouguereaua (1873). Satirijaza je dobila ime po mitskim satirima
Klasifikacija i vanjski resursi
ICD-10 F52.7
ICD-9 302.89

Osobe koje pate od satirijaze karakterišu česte promjene seksualnih partnera i odsustvo dugoročnih seksualnih veza. Ova se patologija može razviti kao rezultat psihogenih utjecaja (na primjer, kao oblik kompenzacije za osjećaj inferiornosti) ili manifestacije organskih bolesti (na primjer, organske patologije centralnog nervnog sistema ili prekomjernog lučanja hormona). Zbog toga se javljaju i sličajevi da je kod takvih muškaraca penis u nesmirljivoj permanetnoj erekciji, što ih dovodi i neugodne situacije u društvenim i profesionalnim aktivnostima.[3]

Satirijaza kod muškaraca, zajedno sa nimfomanijom kod žena, oblik je hiperseksualnosti.

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