Mar 13, 2013

Causes of Impotence in Women

The word impotence has become synonymous with men’s gender and is generally understood to define a man’s inability to get aroused, keep an erection, or perform for an extended amount of time.  However, this widespread opinion that only men can bear the burden of intimate dysfunction has come exclude women and their issues of impotence that they face on a regular basis. It is estimated that roughly 40% of women in some way suffer from a term that the medical community calls ‘female sexual arousal disorder’ (FSAD). Becoming aware of what might be causing this impotence is the first step to avoiding it - or if you are already experiencing it, then diagnosing your cause is the first measure to restarting a happy and healthy romance life.

This is a list of the most common causes of female impotence. It is important to note that while some of these may have been a recent reaction to some sort of change in your lifestyle, others are long-term issues that may have built up over periods of time.

  • Excessive drinking, smoking or drug use
  • Underlying medical issues, i.e. high blood pressure or diabetes
  • The use of medication taken to combat a medical issue, such as those above
  • Change in birth control
  • Menstruation problems, menopause or recently given birth
  • Extreme weight issues
  • Dyspareunia – the sensation of pain during intimate intercourse
  • Psychological Issues

While it is easy to immediately affiliate yourself with one or more of these issues, try not to do so without considering further medical opinions.  Some of the issues touched upon in this list can be avoided simply by improving your diet and cutting out fatty foods, alcohol and smoking. Others will require you to talk to a medical expert, especially if it is concerning changing any medication you are on. If you feel that it may be an underlying psychological issue causing your impotence then it will be of much value to identify exactly what that is and how this should be dealt with. The following is a list that may further help you resolve the problem:

  • Depression
  • Self-Esteem
  • Stress
  • Tiredness
  • Fear of pregnancy or consequence
  • History of abuse

Realising that you are being affected by any of the concerns in the list can help you greatly with how to tackle the problem. Depending on the severity it can initially be of great value to simply talk to your partner. If this does not resolve the issue or you don’t feel this is an adequate solution, it is further advisable that you consider speaking to a specialist councellor. 

What symptoms will a woman with impotence have?
Women will generally experience one, if not more, of the following symptoms:

  •  Lack of intimate inhibition
  • Inability to reach climax
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Lack of continual enjoyment

What treatment should I consider?
Unlike male impotence, anti-impotence drug will not offer a guaranteed solution (although some people will still make this recommendation). If you have been able to correctly identify what the cause of your problem is and what symptom(s) you have then making the necessary steps moving forward should help ease your impotence. If you believe your problem requires medical attention then you should organise an appointment with your doctor at your earliest convenience. Browsing the Internet will also make you aware of some home remedies that may be of use such as exercise, herbal supplements or lubricants that may help you avoid the problem in future.

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