[MUST READ] – 5 Types Of Female s*xual Disorders You Should Know

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The classic disorders of female s*xual function are briefly defined below:
Female s*xual arousal disorder: a s*xual dysfunction involving failure by a female either to attain or maintain lubrication and swelling during s*xual activity after adequate stimulation
s*xual aversion disorder feelings of repugnance for and active avoidance of private part s*xual contact with a partner, causing substantial distress or interpersonal difficulty.
hypoactive s*xual desire disorder a s*xual dysfunction consisting of persistently or recurrently low level or absence of s*xual fantasies and desire for s*xual activity.

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s*xual pain disorders s*xual dysfunctions characterized by pain associated with intercourse; it includes dyspareunia and vaginismus not due to a general medical condition.
Female orgasmic disorder is the persistent or recurrent inability of a woman to have an climax (climax or s*xual release) after adequate s*xual arousal and s*xual stimulation
s*xual activity includes many intimate activities, such as fondling, self-stimulation, oral s*x, vaginal penetration and intercourse. Every woman differs in her s*xual interest, response and expression. A woman’s feelings about se*uality can change according to the circumstances and stages of her life.
Causes of s*xual dysfunctions can be psychological, physical or related to interpersonal relationships or sociocultural influences.
Psychological causes include:
stress from work or family responsibilities
concern about s*xual performance
depression/anxiety
unresolved s*xual orientation issues
previous traumatic s*xual or physical experience
body image and self-esteem problems
Physical causes include:
diabetes
heart disease
liver disease
kidney disease
pelvic surgery
pelvic injury or trauma
neurological disorders
medication side effects
hormonal changes, including those related to pregnancy and menopause
thyroid disease
alcohol or drug abuse
fatigue
Influences of interpersonal relationship include:
partner performance and technique
lack of a partner
relationship quality and conflict
lack of privacy
Sociocultural influences include:
inadequate education
conflict with religious, personal, or family values
societal taboos
Treating s*xual Dysfunctions
An honest talk with your partner can relieve concerns and clear up disagreements or conflicts. It is important to discuss your s*xual needs and concerns. If the s*xual problem persists, please discuss your concerns with your health care professional. Most s*xual problems can be treated.
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