A decrease of desire, for sex, also called poor libido are synonymous. The low libido is more common in woman than man.
is important for sex drive. It is produced mainly from the testicle. It is also responsible as an anabolic hormone helping body to build up muscle. It helps in stimulating the sperm production. It also improve sex drive in the female other than for male.
The definition of low testosterone is when it is less than 350 ng per ml.
Decreasing testosterone level is a normal part of aging. Any way that can boost the testosterone level will boost the sex drive.
such as the beta blocker and ACE inhibitor for hypertension wil decrease sex drive.
is an uncontrollable urge to move your legs. These patient has a considerably decreased libido.
such as Selective Serotonin Re uptake Inhibitor (SSRI) all decrease libido.
such as pain, cancer, heart diseases, metabolic diseases affect libido, especially so if they are taking drug.
affect the libido greatly. Sleep apnoea also affects libido.
This is another cause. There is decreased testosterone after age 60-65. The quality of erection is not as hard.
can affect libido. It decrease the mood, initiatives, concentration and desire. It also disturb the sleep quality and disrupt the hormone level.
It is the same as the man–physical and psychological.
such as the alcohol, and recreational drugs.
if anemia is severe enough.
such as the diabetes, obesity, cancer, chronic pain.
This is about about hormonal changes and psychological trauma and exhaustion after childbirth.
such as the tranquiliser.
is a condition whereby the pituitary gland produced a lot of prolactin hormone. This is quite rare.
a decreased level of testosterone in the female will decrease the libido.
during menopause, the sex quality actually may be increased despite the female hormone decrease. Although the drive is not as high. This is because the ration of testosterone to estrogen has increased dramatically after the disappearance of estrogen.
This is quite easy to understand. When the woman is having a bad mood or emotion, it is expected to have no interest for sex.
Stress at home or at work.
Any hang-up from the childhood, such as a bad sexual experience.
A bad past sexual experience such as a rape.
Any tendency of lesbianism.
Any relationship problem with the partner.
Any difficult living condition. This include the sharing of living area with the in-laws.
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