Female sexual dysfunction

Female sexual dysfunction

Female sexual dysfunction is defined as the lack of desire to have sexual intercourse, the inability to be sexually aroused or pain with intercourse. Around 40% of women in America suffer from this disorder. Sometimes there is an underlying medical condition, such as: kydney disease, heart disease, diabetes, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, cancer, depression, pregnancy.

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