Treatments and Drugs Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD)
In order to address FSD related to an underlying medical condition, your doctor may require you to:
Use techniques for treating pelvic pain or other pain issues
Treat your anxiety or depression
Treat a hormonal problem like a thyroid condition
Change or adjust medicines that cause sexual side effects
Addressing FSD associated to a hormonal problem can include:… Continue reading
People suffering from sexual dysfunction that may seem chronic or long-lasting are highly susceptible to emotional problems like depression. The impact of the sexual problem for both the person and his/her partner needs to be known since if not properly addressed, the sexual dysfunction of one partner can result in arguments and conflicts that may end up in a relationship breakup.
Interestingly, when both partners … Continue reading
Sexual dysfunction in both men and women can entail certain biological, psychosocial and relationship risk factors. Oftentimes this problem can be a combination of these risk factors. The biological risk factors can be direct or indirect in nature.
Regarding direct biological risk factors, there are a lot of factors that affect the sexual health of the person. They can include:
Medications – The side effects … Continue reading