Because of Physical issues and Psychology issues.
1.) Low libido.
When having a menopausal problem,- the females have a lack of sex hormones or a dry vagina. In these cases, they have pain when they have sex…
Or if the body is too fat.
2.) Difficulty being aroused.
When women are:
too many problems,
or have anxiety. –
the majority of women don’t like under these circumstances to have sex with men.
3.) Aversion to sex and/or of men.
If a girl is growing up in a family that abuse sex then the girl will have a bad consciousness if it will enjoy sex.
On average every 10th girl is sexually abused through their family…
In both cases, the sexually abused woman needs a therapy to get rid of all these aversions of sex and traumas. Otherwise, intimacy or a deep connection to her boyfriend or spouse will be a problem.
4.) Asexuality. Women who have no or less sex drive… That is possible.
5.) Inability to reach orgasm.
Up to 10-20% of women never achieve an orgasm.
In all cases exist some remedies…
First, check a female doctor.
A.) For a low testosterone level, menopause and aging take daily:
1.) Maca powder from a high altitude mountain (Andean) (otherwise it will not work!!!).
Maca powder can be very powerful to overcome menopause. Or try Ashwagandha (can’t be used during pregnancy).
3.) Fo-Ti (He Shou Wu, Chinese Cornbind)
4.) Gingko Biloba
5.) Goji Berries (Wolf Berries)
7.) Lingzhi Mushrooms
8.) Gotu Kola
9.) Jiao Gu Lan
The first 5 herbs are increasing your testosterone and other sexual hormones… At least they make your body strong. The last 4 herbs are for busting your immune system and heart…
B.) Zesta (a botanical oil to apply to the genitals) to enhance the climax of women.
C.) INTONE ™ and Intensity™ are approved electrical stimulating devices that can help to get an orgasm and help to treat the urinary leakage in women.
D.) Vaginal estrogen – Available as a cream, a tablet or a vaginal ring, and considered the best treatment for genital arousal problems and pain from vulvovaginal atrophy that occurs in many postmenopausal women.
E.) Off-Label use of Vaginal DHEA 1 percent suppository – An adrenal precursor that women with vaginal atrophy/thinning/decreased sensation can use as an alternative to vaginal estrogen.
F.) Osphena – The first, non-estrogen oral therapy for moderate to severe painful sexual activity due to vulvovaginal atrophy.
G.) Flibanserin (Addyi®) – This drug was recently approved by the FDA to restore female sexual desire in women before menopause. It must be taken orally every day, and it may have side effects, such as severe low blood pressure and fainting.
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