Low Sexual Desire

We still live in a very macho society, unfortunately for us all. For men, in particular, there is pressure for unbridled predatory sexual activity. What fell into the net is fish! And there, by the way, an ancient myth those men are always able to relation, regardless of any other factor. Should always be with desire, should have full erection and do not fail ever. The problems of sexual dysfunction are common.

What is sexual dysfunction?
Both men and women can have it. There are four types of sexual problems in women.
* Desire disorders - When you're not interested in having relation or have less desire for relation than you used to.
* Arousal disorders - When you do not feel a sexual response in your body or you can not stay excited.
* Orgasmic disorders - When you can not have an orgasm or pain during orgasm.
* Disorders that cause pain during relation - When you have pain during or after relation.

Many things can cause problems in your life. Certain medications such as oral contraceptives and chemotherapy drugs, diseases such as diabetes or high blood pressure, excessive alcohol use or vaginal infections can cause sexual problems. Depression, interpersonal relationship problems or abuse (current or past) can also cause sexual dysfunction.

You may have less desire during pregnancy, immediately after delivery or while breastfeeding. After menopause, many women feel less sexual desire; have vaginal dryness or pain during relation due to lower body of a hormone called estrogen.

The stress of everyday life can also affect your ability to have relation. Being tired from a hard day's work or to care for young children may affect their sexual desire. Or you may be bored by a sexual routine that has lasted a long time.

If desire is the problem, try changing your usual routine. Try having relation at different times of day or try a different sexual position.

If you are having pain during relation tries different positions. When you are on top you have more control over penetration and movement. He or she can help find the cause of your pain and decide which treatment is best for you.

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