Research has shown that sexual dysfunction mostly affects women, and it may be due to many reasons. It could make you uncomfortable before or even during sex, sometimes you may have this huge aversion to been touched in any way sexual. About 11 to 40 percent of women are suffering from one form of sexual dysfunction. Though it is quite normal but can become unhealthy if you are starting to feel frustrated and depressed that your sexual needs are not being met, or you are obsessing about your lack of capacity to satisfy your sexual partner in the way that you would have liked to. Let’s be honest, it could cause serious stress on a relationship, it could even break it. So do not forget that it would be great to be more open about it with your partner and try and see a doctor about for a treatment.
Sexual dysfunction in women prevents them from fully enjoying their sexual experience with their partner. Just like in men, this can happen to a woman of any age and the situation she finds herself in sexually can determine what her reaction to having sex would be like. Though not in all cases, but most times women prefer to be emotionally invested and ready before engaging in sexual intercourse.
For a person to respond to sexual stimulus, a whole lot of feelings need to be incorporated like the emotions, psychology, and state of mind the person is in. A lot of vices could play in the way a person responds to sexual activity, vices such as the beliefs of the person, the experience they have had and the lifestyle they have lived could influence a person’s response to sex.
Symptoms of sexual dysfunction in women
The symptoms you think you are experiencing is all dependant on the dysfunction that you have.
- Lack of motivation to engage in sex.
- Having difficulty getting aroused (Arousal disorder).
- Pain disorder.
- Orgasmic disorder.
Lack of motivation: When we talk of lack of motivation to engage in sex, we mean that at this point you would have such low libido and would feel so disinterested with having sex. The drive, motivation and willingness that is very much needed for you to engage in sex would be so very low or totally absent. The thought of engaging in sex would feel like a boring idea to you.
Arousal disorder: In this case you have a lot of difficulty getting aroused and sometimes no matter what form of foreplay you engage in, you would be unable to get aroused. This can be frustrating and very stressful to a woman experiencing this. It could cause a strain in her relationship with her partner as he may begin to feel that the fault is at his own end. It is important that you talk about this difficulty with your partner so that they can understand what you are going through and try to help you.
Orgasmic disorder (Anorgasmi): You can imagine engaging in sexual intercourse but each time at the end it leaves you frustrated instead of calm, angry and unsatisfied instead of feeling happy and satisfied with yourself because you cannot achieve an orgasm. This could stress a woman out and, in some cases, lead to depression.
Pain disorder (Dyspareunia): In this sexual dysfunction a woman experiences an intense or sharp pain during sexual intercourse which could hinder the activity from going further. If you feel you are experiencing this, you should visit your doctor for treatment.
Causes of sexual dysfunction in women
The factors may be physical (that is relating to the health of the woman) and it could be a psychological barrier that is hindering her from getting satisfaction from her sexual life.
Physical causes of sexual dysfunction in women
- Change in hormones:
- This could cause the Vagina to be dry which would result in painful sex.
- Menopause could influence a woman’s response to sexual stimulus as it may change the genital tissues.
- After a woman has given birth and during breastfeeding, hormones shift and change. This could affect how she feel towards engaging in sex.
- Blood disorder: If a woman has a disorder with the blood flow in her body, it could affect her response to sex. During intercourse the labia, vagina and clitoris get an increased blood flow to it. So, blood flow disorder may hinder blood from getting into the woman’s reproductive system.
- Medical condition and treatment: This could also influence a woman’s sex drive. Conditions such as kidney failure, heart disease, bladder problems, etc. Could affect the sexual function of a woman. Some treatments such as anti-depressants can reduce your motivation to have sex.
- Drug abuse and addiction.
- Alcohol abuse.
Psychological causes of sexual dysfunction in women
- Depression could affect a woman’s sexual life; it could cause a lack of interest in sex.
- Trauma and sexual abuse may cause a woman to be afraid in been intimate with anybody.
- Feelings of guilt.
- Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Ways to prevent sexual dysfunction in women
- Engage in exercise daily.
- Eat healthy and well-balanced diet.
- Keep your body fit.
- If you feel that there is something wrong, discuss it with your partner and look for a professional to discuss it with.
NOTE: There is no sure way of preventing sexual dysfunction in women since a lot of different factors could lead to it. There are ways of reducing the risk but not entirely preventing it.
WHAT IS O-SHOT FOR WOMEN?
Have you ever heard of this O-shot or Orgasm Shot treatment before? Or maybe you have come across the context before and it left you wondering what an O-shot was?
While you may think that this may be drug to help boost a woman’s sexual want, well that is not exactly what it is. But yes, it helps to restore the vagina and yes it boosts a woman’s sexual want, health, and experience.
It is a procedure/ treatment that could make a woman get greater arousal and increases the natural lubrication in the vagina and gives a woman stronger orgasm.
The orgasm shot (O-shot) is a treatment that involves an injection that contains platelet taken from your own blood cells which is then injected into the clitoris, labia, and G-spot.
Platelets in our blood cells contain healing properties so it is said that when this is taken from our cells and injected into specific areas in the vagina (the parts that are most active during sex) it could help in increasing the blood flow to that area and helps in rejuvenating tissue growths that are healthy.
Benefits of O-shot for women
This field of treatment does not have enough research and study to support the claims of patients that have seen positive changes in their sexual life. Some women that have undergone the procedure have reported that.
- It increases the drive for sexual intercourse.
- For those that had pain disorder, they reported a decrease in pain experienced during sex.
- It enables them to have more frequent and heightened orgasms.
- For those women that did not experience orgasms, they reported that after the shot they experienced orgasms.
- Increased lubrication in the vagina.
- Increased arousal.
Cost of O-shot: At O-Shot.ca clinic, our special pricing for the O-Shot is as follows:
One Treatment: $1350
Two Treatments: $2400
Three Treatments: $3000
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