Consist of a group
of disorders. Specifically, Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD) is divided
into categories related to desire, orgasm, arousal and pain. All of
the disorders have a common component, namely, that the problem causes
a woman personal distress.
DESIRE DISORDER - (Sexual Anhedonia) The ongoing lack
of sexual fantasies or thoughts. A woman suffering with hypoactive
sexual desire disorder does not have a desire for sex and is not interested
in the sexual advances of her partner. This may also be called loss
AVERSION DISORDER - An ongoing severe fear or phobia
of any sexual activity with a partner.
SEXUAL AROUSAL DISORDER
- An ongoing problem staying sexually excited. The woman would like
to have sex, but when she has sex, it is not pleasurable. May be due
to decreased sensitivity in the genitals or lack of vaginal lubrication
or wetness. Sexual Arousal Disorder may be caused by decreased blood
flow to the vagina or clitoris.
- An ongoing problem related to having an orgasm. It may be difficult
to have an orgasm or, if an orgasm is experienced, it may take a long
time. Some women may not be able to reach orgasm at all. This problem
occurs even though sexually stimulated and aroused.
Some disorders have similar symptoms. The clinician, therefore, in
his diagnostic attempt has to differentiate against the following
disorders which need to be ruled out to establish a precise diagnosis.
emotion or physical abuse
or alcohol abuse.
Problems with self-esteem or body image.
in your relationship with your partner.
Some women may
think that Female Sexual Dysfunction is a normal consequence of childbirth,
aging or menopause. This is not the case and the primary cause of
is physical in nature and is not psychological. However, due to the
very personal nature of Female Sexual Dysfunction, psychological factors
may become involved as well.
Eros Therapy is a small medical
device that naturally restores your ability to enjoy sex. This firm
of therapy is available with a physician's prescription and should
not be confused with drugs or vibrators. The Eros Therapy improves
sexual satisfaction by increasing blood flow to the clitoris and genital
areas. A soft Cup is placed over the clitoris and a gentle vacuum
is created increasing blood flow. Results are in increased clitoral
sensitivity, improved vaginal lubrication, enhanced ability to achieve
orgasm and greater overall sexual satisfaction.
products may also be used to increase lubrication due to vaginal dryness.
and Psychotherapy [ See
Therapy Section ]:
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