Low sexual desire. This most common of female sexual dysfunctions involves a lack of sexual interest and willingness to be sexual.
Sexual arousal disorder.
Sexual pain disorder.
Dryness may be accompanied by symptoms such as:
Itching or stinging around the opening
Pain or light bleeding after and during intercourse
Recurrent (UTI) urinary tract infections
What causes FSD?
Any number of medical conditions, including cancer, kidney failure, multiple sclerosis, heart disease and bladder problems, can lead to sexual dysfunction.
Lower estrogen levels after menopause may lead to changes in your genital tissues and sexual responsiveness.
Anxiety and stress
Fear of intimacy
history of abuse
Pressure to conceive
The impact on women’s lives
Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD) can have profound effects on
women’s relationships with their partners
and mental health.
Most of the time, this issue is not addressed and treated properly.
How do I know I have FSD
DO I HAVE A PROBLEM?
The prevalence of FSD among women has long been established but it is simply not recognized as a problem with detrimental effects on women’s quality of life.
WHO SHOULD I TALK TO?
Consider talking with your partner
you may want to get counseling, by yourself, or with your partner.
Sex therapy, usually a later step in the process, can also be helpful
WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?
Choice of treatment depends on the cause of your problems. Often, a combination of treatments works best. If you have a medical condition that is causing your FSD, talk with your doctor about what can be done.
Who are the women who would benefit from using Vsense
Newly married women with difficulties embracing their new life
Women with problems conceiving (infertility)
Women after childbirth
Women with baby blues
Women suffering from diabetes or CV diseases
Women in menopause
Women on anti depressants or diabetic medications.
Abuse or assault survivors, wanting to have a healthy life