Lately, I don't feel like have sex, what's going on?
If you’re like us, you’ve experienced the stigma around talking and learning about sex and admitting your curiosity. In these articles, we hope to add excitement and enjoyment in your life, by answering the sexual health questions you're too afraid to ask. Have additional questions? Contact our friendly "sexperts".
Sexual desire is an interest in being sexual and in having sexual relations with oneself or with a mutually consenting partner.
Desire may vary and change in the same woman and at different stages of her life. Low sexual desire has been known and categorized under many different terms and diagnosis. Some of the most common terms used in the past are:
The most recent and up-to-date medical term for low desire in women is Female Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder. It may be difficult to seek help for low sexual desire due to feelings of embarrassment, frustration, guilt, disappointment, and sadness. However, it is important to know that you are not alone.
Low sexual desire and mismatched sexual desire is one of the most common intimacy problems facing couples. It is also very challenging to treat due to its complex causes.
What Causes Low Desire?