Female Sexual Dysfunction

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It seems that until recently women’s sexual arousal issues have not been adequately addressed, leaving women confused as to where to turn when they have sexual problems. There are different areas of female sexual dysfunction so let’s break it down into some of the major categories.

Unable to orgasm - female orgasmic disorder is the inability to have an orgasm even when you are fully aroused and feel that you should be able to climax.

Unable to become sexually aroused - hypoactive sexual desire disorder is basically lack of sex drive to the point where you have such a little interest that you do not even want to try.

Sexual aversion disorder is when you have a psychological aversion of the idea of sexual activity. Often times in these cases there has been a sexual trauma that has occurred. Female sexual arousal disorder is a chronic inability to become sexually aroused through proper natural lubrication, swelling, blood flow and other arousal indicators.

Unable to have sex without pain - dyspareunia is genital pain that is experienced before during or after intercourse. Vaginismus is the involuntary contraction of the perineal muscles around the vagina as a response to attempted penetration. Contraction makes the vaginal penetration difficult or impossible.

Unable to have an orgasm with a partner - Mental causes fear may stem from past trauma or being perceived badly i.e. promiscuous, pregnancy, or even insecurity about the body. Anger may also stem from previous traumas and/or anger or feeling objectified, submissive, or physical intimidation.

If you are experiencing any of these issues, it is best to consult your physician or Doctor for treatments.

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