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To book an appointment to see female doctor and gynecologist Dr. Kashyap about a Sexual Health issue, please call our office at or click on a Book Appointment link. Sexual problems fall into four groups, which often overlap:. Book Appointment. Lack of desire is the most common sexual concern reported by women. A lack of desire before having sex is normal for some women.
They may not feel that they want to have sex until they begin to engage in sexual activity and become aroused. A lack of desire is considered a disorder when a woman:. Not having an orgasm during sexual activity may not be a problem. Sharing love and closeness without having an orgasm is satisfying for many women. Other women may feel that not having an orgasm is a problem. They may want to find a solution. Women with orgasmic disorders may never have had an orgasm from sexual encounters, or they may have had orgasms at one time but no longer have them, despite healthy arousal.
The intensity of orgasm may have decreased, which can occur with age. Orgasmic disorder may be caused by a poor body image or a fear of losing control. It also may occur when a woman does not trust her partner. It is common for women who do not have orgasms to have arousal problems. Pain during sexual intercourse is very common—nearly 3 out of 4 women have pain during intercourse at some time during their lives. For some women, the pain is only a temporary problem; for others, it is a long-term problem. Pain during sex may be a of a gynecologic problem, such as ovarian cysts or endometriosis.
Pain during sex also may be caused by problems with sexual response, such as a lack of desire the feeling of wanting to have sex or a lack of arousal the physical and emotional changes that occur in the body as a result of sexual stimulation. You may feel pain in your vulva, in the area surrounding the opening of your vagina called the vestibuleor within your vagina.
The perineum is a common site of pain during sex. You also may feel pain in your lower back, pelvic region, uterus, or bladder. Pain during sexual intercourse can be a warning of many gynecologic conditions. Some of these conditions can lead to other problems if not treated:.
If you have pain during sex, see an ob-gyn or other health care professional. There also are some self-help measures you can try to relieve pain during sex:.
Atrophic vaginitis is not caused by an infection but can cause vaginal discharge and irritation, such as dryness, itching, and burning. This condition may occur any time when female hormone levels are low, such as during breastfeeding and after menopause. Atrophic vaginitis is treated with estrogen, which can be applied as a vaginal cream, ring, or tablet. A water-soluble lubricant also may be helpful during intercourse. T Menopause. Vaginal Rejuvenation.
Pellet Therapy. These over-the-counter products can be used to help with vaginal dryness and painful sexual intercourse. Vaginal moisturizers can be used every 2—3 days as needed. Lubricants can be used each time you have sexual intercourse.
STIs can cause severe damage to your body—even death. Except for colds and flu, STIs are the most common contagious easily spread infections in the United States, with millions of new cases each year. A person with an STI can pass it to others by contact with skin, genitals, mouth, rectum, or body fluids. Anyone who has sexual contact—vaginal, anal, or oral sex—with another person may get an STI. STIs may not cause symptoms. Even if there are no symptoms, your health can be affected.
STIs are caused by bacterial or viral infections. STIs caused by bacteria are treated with antibiotics. Those caused by viruses cannot be cured, but symptoms can be treated. To learn more about Sexually Transmitted Infections. Patient Portal. Google Map. Not all services are covered by insurance. What causes sexual problems in women?
This decrease is normal and usually is not a cause for concern, but problems can arise if one partner in a relationship desires sex more often than the other.
For example, decreased estrogen levels such as during perimenopause and menopause may cause vaginal dryness and lead to pain during intercourse. Stress and anxiety Relationship problems Illness, including depression Past negative sexual experiences. What are the types of sexual problems that affect women? Sexual problems fall into four groups, which often overlap: Desire problems Arousal problems Orgasmic problems Sexual pain disorder. What are desire problems? A lack of desire is considered a disorder when a woman: does not want to engage in any type of sexual activity, including masturbation does not have or has very few sexual thoughts or fantasies is worried or concerned about these issues What can I do to enhance desire?
Address and work toward resolving relationship concerns, stresses, and misunderstandings about sex as well as other issues that may be affecting you and your partner. Focus less on intercourse and more on intimacy. Improve your sex knowledge and skills.
Make time for sexual activity and focus on enjoyment and pleasuring each other. Hormonal Pellet Therapy. Inability to Climax. What are orgasmic problems? What can help me have an orgasm?
Increase sexual stimulation. Try sexual toys. Use mental imagery and fantasy. AY Shot Vaginal Rejuvenation. Painful Sex. How common is painful sex? What causes pain during sex? Where is pain during sex felt? What causes sexual response problems? The following reasons are among the most common: Your state of mind—Emotions such as fear, guilt, shame, embarrassment, or awkwardness about having sex may make it hard to relax.
When you cannot relax, arousal is difficult, and pain may result. Stress and fatigue can affect your desire to have sex. Relationship problems—Problems with your partner may interfere with your sexual response. A common relationship issue is a mismatch between partners in their level of desire for sex.
Medications—Many medications can reduce sexual desire, including some birth control methods. Many pain medications also can reduce sexual desire. Medical and surgical conditions—Some medical conditions can indirectly affect sexual response.Women wanting sex Henderson
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