The medical diagnosis of the Female sexual arousal disorder is characterized by the presence of an inability to maintain or achieve the sexual arousal necessary for sexual activity;
The medical diagnosis of the Female sexual arousal disorder is characterized by the presence of an inability to maintain or achieve the sexual arousal necessary for sexual activity; There may be an absence of the typical physiological responses that characterize the phase of excitement in women such as muscle tension, lubrication, swelling, and tumescence.
The female sexual arousal disorder comes in three forms:
Subjective arousal disorder
- Disorder of genital sexual arousal
- Combined disorder of arousal (subjective and genital).
- Absence or no sexual interest in internal or external erotic stimuli
- Absence or little pleasure / sexual arousal in 75 to 100% of sexual experiences
- No or few genital / non-genital sensations in 75 -100% of sexual experiences.
- Absence or few attempts to initiate sexual activity or respond to the initiation of the couple,
- Absence or few sexual thoughts
Imperforate Hymen, Vaginismus, Pubic coccygeal weakness, Hypoactive Sexual Desire, Vaginal Atrophy, Vaginal Atresia
Organic Causes of Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
- Hypoandrogenism, recurrent urinary infections, diabetes, estrogen deficiency, hyperprolactinemias, perigenital vascular disorders.
- Immunosuppressive drugs, antidepressants and corticosteroids
Psychological Aspects of Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
- Ignorance and sexual ignorance
- Feelings of shame in the face of sexual arousal
- Situational antierotic context
- Relationship of a conflicting couple
- Fear and anxiety of failing and not having good sexual performance.
- Post-traumatic situations such as sexual aggression.