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What Are the Main Causes of Female Sexual Dysfunction?

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There are several leading causes of FSD. They are stress, age and hormone, drugs and medications and inadequate genital stimulation.

Stress


There are three views on the reasons and cure of FSD. One explains that the diminished blood circulation to the genital area, due to stress, aging, or medical condition (such as atherosclerosis and diabetes) causes dryness, diminished sensitivity, and deteriorates arousal.

Experts designed special vaginal sex creams for this purpose. These creams, when used in the vaginal area, help vascular expansion. Thus, increasing blood flow as well as vascular congestion. Both of which is connected with the arousal stage. With these creams, sensitivity is improved.

Age and hormones

The second perspective put a focus on the age-related decrease of female sex hormones levels. According to this point of view, hormone replacement therapy can lead to a better libido.

The primary sexual female hormone is estrogen, and it is deeply connected with women’s libido. On the other hand, testosterone, which is a mostly men’s hormone, is essential for female sexual function, including the sensibility of the clitoris and breasts. Some women who have reduced estrogen due to menopause or hysterectomy, experience:

  • Impaired sensitivity;
  • Decreased libido;
  • No sex fantasies.

Drugs and medication

Benzodiazepines (Xanax, Prozac, Fluoxetine, Alprazolam) and antidepressants used to cure anxiety and depression may be a reason why women lost sexual desire and cannot get a climax. In such cases, the doctor may recommend you to take Bupropion. It was proven to improve female libido.

Chemotherapy medicines can also reduce libido in women. It is also a known fact that if you take contraception pills on a regular basis, you may experience low sexual desire. Pelvic injury, spinal cord trauma, etc. can impair the genital sensitivity.

Inadequate genital stimulation

A third view explains the cause is neither medical nor psychological. It explains that many women’s sex disorders are due by neither reduced blood circulation in the pelvic area nor hormone deficiency, it is due to insufficient stimulation of the genital.

This theory can be correct because nowadays there are a lot of young ladies who have sexual disorders. Bad relations between man and woman may be a reason why men don’t know how to please their partners to make them aroused. This can result in insufficient sex and also arousal issues, loss of sexual desire, depression and even disgust to sex.

Other causes

There are other causes of female sexual dysfunction other than stress, age and hormone, drugs and medications and inadequate genital stimulation.

These other causes for female sexual dysfunction include:

  • Smoking;
  • Bicycle riding;
  • Spinal cord injury;
  • Vaginal atrophy;
  • Urinary incontinence;
  • Surgery of near or of reproductive-urinary system or abdomen, which may damage nerves.