Female Sexual disorder is different from male ED and there is a bit uncertainty over the finding of female sexual dysfunction that includes arousal or decreased desire, dyspareunia and anorgasmia. It is clear for most women in their 50s suffer from urogenital atrophy recognized intuitively as vaginal soreness, itching, and pain during sex, and dryness that usually causes problems, particularly in post-menopausal women. Urogenital atrophy not only will have an effect on sexual functioning, but also, it affects emotions, body image, interpersonal relationships, and daily activities like sitting for long hours or bike riding. In this you can face pain on distress in your relationship with your partner, this is due to the current problems. Some women feel throughout this life, where are some women feel this at some point of time. The female sexual dysfunction occurs at almost any stage of your life. This leads to complex emotions, experiences, physiology, and relationships. There are many symptoms depending on what type of dysfunction a woman is experiencing. This mostly starts with a lower sexual drive, and then it Rises to orgasmic disorder and sexual pain disorder. This can also arise when you have some major illness or have a baby. There are many hormonal changes that take place in the body, that causes changes in sexual responsiveness and genital tissues. If there is a decrease in the level of estrogen, it causes low blood flow in the pelvic region, due to this it can cause thinning of the vaginal lining and less elastic, leading to painful intercourse. Also, there are many risk factors and gynecological disorders which may increase your sexual dysfunction. Some neurological conditions like spinal cord injury give rise to this disorder. If you have emotional stress related to your partner it can also cause sexual dysfunction.
Female Sexual Dysfunction