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What is Female Sexual Arousal Disorder?
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder or simply "FSAD" occurs when a woman is unable to attain and maintain a full and complete erection of her clitoris along with sufficient vaginal lubrication during intercourse to be able to reach an orgasm.
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder may also be diagnosed when the woman has no desire for sexual intercourse.
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder affects up to 43 percent of all women, or an estimated 90 million women. Most women (more than 1/2) with FSAD are postmenopausal.
Some women with
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
describe the condition as being "unable to get turned on," or being continually disinterested in sex.
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
has also been called "frigidity." Other symptoms of Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
may include dyspareunia and vaginismus, both of which involve pain during intercourse.
The woman and her husband/partner should both be seen as this is a "couple's problem" that is typically best resolved with both partners in treatment. Their doctor will also insure that this is not the result of another psychological disorder which could be a primary problem.
If the husband/ partner of a patient with suspected Female Sexual Arousal Disorder feels that this is a problem within the relationship, that concern should be sufficient for the individual to seek medical and/or psychological consultation.
What is Female Sexual Medicine?
While a gynecologist or family physician may be knowledgeable and able to diagnose disease and disorders of a woman's vagina, vulva and care for her reproductive and vulvovaginal health, he/she may lack the requisite education as it relates to her sexual health. While men have had their "little blue pills" for ED since 1999, a "little pink pill" is still not ready for women for their ED or Female Erectile Dysfunction.
The fact is, 50% more women than men suffer from "erectile dysfunction" and a woman's erection is just as important as a man's erection.
"Female Sexual Dysfunction" is the generic term applied to the several sexual health problems women have that is one of the fastest growing areas of medicine known as "Female Sexual Medicine."
Female Sexual Medicine treats women and the various ailments and disorders which interfere with female sexual satisfaction, including;
Female Erectile Dysfunction - see: www.FemaleErectileDysfunction.com
Female ED - see: www.FemaleED.com
Female Sexual Arousal - see: www.FemaleSexualArousal.com
Female Sexual Dysfunction - see: www.FemaleSexualDysfunction.net
Female Sexual Function - see: www.FemaleSexualFunction.com
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder - see: www.HypoactiveSexualDesireDisorder.com
Pelvic Organ Prolapse - see: www.PelvicOrganProlapse.com
Sexual Pain Disorder - see: www.SexualPainDisorder.com
Vaginal Relaxation - see: www.VaginalRelaxation.com
Vaginal Vault Prolapse - see: www.VaginalVaultProlapse.com
Vulvar Vestibulitis - see: www.VulvarVestibulitis.com
Vulvovaginal Health - see: www.Vulvovaginal.com
It is important to note that 43% of American women -- about 40 million -- have physical and/or emotional distress relating to enjoying sex. This is manifested in loss of interest in sex, no longer finding sex enjoyable, or providing the enjoyment sex used to bring, or the inability to complete a sexual encounter to orgasm. or it just is not as enjoyable as it used be. Many women also report diminished sexual sensations in their vulva, vagina or clitoris while other women have pain during intercourse.
What does the medical practice of "Genitourinary Medicine" deal with?
covers the area or medicine that includes; andrology, gynecology, gynecologic
urology (urogynecology) and urology. One of the leading diseases
genitourinary medicine deals with is sexually transmitted
What does the word Genitourinary mean?
Genitourinary is a word that refers to the urinary system and the male and female sexual (genitalia) organs.
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