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Sexual Problems in women

 

Female sexuality is complicated. A sexual problem is something that keeps sex from being satisfying or positive. Everyone knows women find it harder to orgasm than men do.

 

Most women have symptoms of a sexual problem at one time or another. For some women, the symptoms are ongoing. When there is a problem in either the emotional or physical part of your life, you can have sexual problems.

 

There is no "normal" level of sexual response because it's different for every woman. You may also find that what is normal at one stage of your life changes at another stage. For example, it's common for an exhausted mother of a baby to have little interest in sex. And it's common for both women and men to have lower sex drives as they age.

 

It can be hard or embarrassing to talk about this. Sometimes it helps to write out what you want to say before you go. For example, you could say something like, "For the past few months, I haven't enjoyed sex as much as I used to."

 

Symptoms of sexual problems can include:

  • Having less desire for sex.
  • Having trouble feeling aroused.
  • Not being able to have an orgasm.
  • Having pain during sex.

Some common causes include:

  • Emotional causes, such as stress, relationship problems, depression or anxiety, a memory of sexual abuse or rape, and unhappiness with your body.
  • Physical causes, such as hormone problems, pain from an injury or other problem, and certain conditions such as diabetes or arthritis.
  • Aging, which can cause changes in the vagina, such as dryness.
  • Taking certain medicines. Some medicines for depression, blood pressure, and diabetes may cause sexual problems.

You may notice a change in desire or sexual satisfaction. When this happens, it helps to look at what is and isn't working in your body and in your life. For example:

  • Are you ill, or do you take a medicine that can lower your sexual desire or response?
  • Are you stressed or often very tired?
  • Do you have a caring, respectful connection with a partner?
  • Do you and your partner have the time and privacy to relax together?
  • Do you have painful memories about sex or intimacy?

 

Researchers surveyed 587 women ages 18 to 95 who attend a New Jersey clinic.  Younger women cited problems with orgasms while older women lamented the lack of desire and satisfaction.

 

These were the most common problems overall:
1) lack of desire (47 percent)
2) orgasm problems (45 percent)
3) arousal issues (40 percent)
4) lack of satisfaction (39 percent)
5) lack of lubrication (37 percent)
6) pain (36 percent)

 

Most common presenting symptoms are -

  • Lubrication – 97%
  • Sexual arousal – 91%
  • Orgasm – 87%
  • Satisfaction – 81%
  • Sexual desire – 77%
  • Sexual pain – 65%

The fundamental problem here is the lack of understanding among both men and women about the female sexual anatomy and functioning including menstruation, sexual intercourse and female masturbation. Having basic knowledge about these topics is very essential for a positive and healthy sexual life. Evidence suggests that healthy sexual functioning is an important aspect of a woman’s sense of well-being and quality of life but sadly most women (and their physicians) avoids discussions about sex. Female sexual dysfunction has four main causes:

 

Physical or biological problems
This refers to sexual problems which are caused by various illnesses, diseases, medications or hormonal imbalance through events like menopause

 

Mental or psychological problems
Sometimes psychological problems like mood disturbances, previous traumatic experience like sexual abuse, stress related to work, family, studies, etc. can all hamper a woman’s sex life.

 

Relationship issues
A woman’s relationship with their partner plays a major role in her sexual well-being. Problems can arise when someone is stuck in a problematic or unsatisfactory marriage (a problem quite real in India’s arranged marriage culture) or relationship, unhappiness about the partner’s sexual skills which can include low libido, premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction or even a simple scenario like having children at home.

 

Social and cultural notions about sex and immorality
Despite recent advancements, we remains a conservative society where sexual pleasure is considered sinful and this can lead to a scenario where women feel that any form of premarital sexual act is immoral and against religion and that sex should only be practised after marriage and for reproduction.

 

Vaginismus – a very painful affair
One of the most common types of sexual dysfunction is a condition called vaginismus. It refers to an involuntary spasm of the muscles at the lower end of the vagina which can make penetration an incredibly painful and sometimes impossible affair. It happens because instead of relaxing the muscles tense up. A woman suffering from it can’t control when the muscles will spasm. The spasm can be so strong that nothing can go into the vagina and she feels pain when trying to put anything into the vagina. There can also be no obvious cause and yet the muscle spasm still happens.

 

Very common problems are -
In recent time there is much rise in the number of sex problems that women suffer from and I get to hear about it every day. Every single day I receive numerous sex-related queries from women and youngsters. Remember, answers to specific problems may not apply to everyone, each and everybody is different. by my answer each and everybody is totally satisfied. I assure you that your questions will also be solved with utmost satisfaction.

 

Loss of sex drive

  • At 42, I have lost my libido
  • I have never had a sex drive
  • I have never had any physical desire
  • I have practically no libido
  • I need to get my sex drive back
  • Loss of female libido
  • Sexual drive and medication
  • Would medication help my girlfriend’s sex drive?

Nervous about sex

  • I am scared of having sex
  • I find it hard to relax with men
  • Scared of physical intimacy
  • Too nervous to enjoy sex

Painful sex

  • Entry is very painful
  • I feel burning during intercourse
  • I get immense pain when he tries to penetrate me
  • I have vaginismus
  • I’ve lost interest, and it hurts when I have sex
  • Is the pain during sex a result of my spina bifida?
  • Painful sex
  • Penetration causes me pain
  • Sex has been painful in all my relationships
  • Sex hurts. Is this related to my menstruation medication?
  • Sex with my husband hurts
  • Why does my girlfriend find sex painful?
  • Why is sex so painful for me?

Physical and structure problems

  • Have several terminations decreased the sensitivity of my vagina?
  • I have a tough hymen
  • I have deep pain in my vagina
  • I sometimes urinate during sex
  • I’m 16; is my vagina too short?
  • I’m not sensitive in the clitoral area
  • Is my vagina too big?
  • Is my vibrator making me lose sensation in my clitoris?
  • Is something wrong with my vaginal opening?
  • My labia are too large. What can I do?
  • My large labia minora
  • My vagina leaks water during sex
  • What can I do about my 'stretched' vagina?

Problems with orgasm

  • Can I have a clitoral orgasm?
  • I can’t ‘come’
  • I can’t reach orgasm because of a school experience
  • I get pain in my neck when I approach orgasm
  • I have never climaxed
  • I have not had an orgasm in 14 years
  • I just cannot orgasm
  • I never reach orgasm – and I don’t enjoy sex
  • I produce fluid when I orgasm
  • I ‘wet myself’ when I orgasm
  • Is my size spoiling my ability to orgasm?
  • Is polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affecting my ability to climax?
  • Is this a post-sex orgasm?
  • I've lost all sexual sensation since having children
  • I've never had an orgasm with a man
  • My girlfriend can't climax
  • My partner doesn't reach an orgasm
  • Orgasms give me a pain
  • Why can’t I orgasm?

Sex after childbirth or surgery

  • I no longer enjoy sex – after my hysterectomy
  • Is sex painful due to my episiotomy?
  • Loss of libido after childbirth
  • Resuming sex after a hysterectomy
  • She's had no sex drive since giving birth

Vaginal dryness and lubrication

  • Could my doctor help me cure my vaginal dryness?
  • I am dry, and I have a thrush-like infection
  • I get soaking wet during sex
  • Lack of lubrication
  • My girlfriend has problems self-lubricating
  • Sex hurts, because I am dry during intercourse
  • Which lubricant should I use?

General female sex problems

  • A virgin and confused about sex
  • After sex, I lost a lot of blood
  • Bleeding after the menopause
  • Body changes after having children
  • Can I get my virginity restored?
  • Can we have sex if my wife has a urinary infection?
  • Can you still be pregnant when you’re having periods?
  • During sex I seem to wet myself
  • Have I caught an STD?
  • How can I find out if I am still ovulating?
  • I bleed every time I have sex
  • I don't enjoy sex
  • I have a discoloured vaginal discharge?
  • I lost my virginity last weekend and am now convinced I am pregnant
  • I often cry after sex
  • I think I masturbate too much
  • I want a baby but can't have sex without a condom
  • I was raped by my 'ex'
  • Mucus-like discharge from my vagina
  • My girlfriend bleeds during sex
  • My vagina is sore after sex
  • My wife won’t let me give her oral sex because I am a smoker
  • Thrush is affecting my sex life
  • Trichomonas: can it only be transmitted through sexual intercourse?
  • Viagra for women?
  • When he 'fingers me' I bleed
  • When I was a child, I was raped
  • Why do I sting so much after sex?
  • Will a virgin necessarily bleed when her hymen breaks?
  • Will my jaw problem make oral sex impossible?


FOOT NOTES
I have cured many – most difficult and long standing chronic cases of Hair loss. This is a very short write up. To understand details of curative procedures you have to contact me on phone or email.
Web address:- www.DiseaseRemove.com and www.ChronicTreat.com
Emails:- prakashbaroda45@gmail.com, prakashbaroda@yahoo.com,
Phone:- Mobile 098791 58791 Landline 091 79 2667 2700

 
 
 
 
 
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