When to see doc if libido has declined

Low libido is termed medical HSDD (hypoactive sexual desire disorder) if it is distressing to you. and there are a lot of reasons for low libido. Libido is not necessarily consistent, and to have HSDD these feelings have to be persistent. Physicians make the diagnosis of HSDD in a number of ways, and one is to use the FSFI score. Medications, transient illnesses such as viral illnesses, and social stresses can affect today's sex drive, and don't necessarily amount to HSDD, nor need treatment. Female sexual dysfunction is complicated and various disorders will overlap. Often treating pain of intercourse, or lack of orgasms is the first step to getting your desire back. But these are the main reasons to see the doctor with libido changes:
1. Pain with intercourse
2. Bleeding with intercourse
3. Sex aversion
4. Changes or decrease in orgasms
5. Complete absence of libido over a couple of months of time
6. If a chronic medication use is going to interfere with sexuality so that you can come up with a plan


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