Sunday, March 1, 2009

Female libido; problem and solution

Understanding Female Libido

The word libido commonly refers to the desire to have sex or one's sex drive, but the word is much more complex.
Libido for both men and women are virtually the same, although they can be affected in very different ways. The Libido is affected by both physical and emotional or psychological factors.

While testosterone drives the libido, it can also be affected by psychological and physiological aspects. Depression, fatigue and even one's self image can affect your libido. These would be examples of how the psyche can affect the level of Libido.

Hormonal changes in the body seem to be one of the greatest threats against libido for woman. The lack of testosterone in the body causes a drop in libido. Women may notice a slight to extreme change in their desire to engage in sexual acts when their hormones are fluctuating like during pregnancy or even menopause. There are remedies for the latter through hormone replacement, while with a pregnancy you need to take the route of patience. As the hormones level out and get back to normal the libido can return.

A woman's libido can affect much more than just her desire to have children. It can also affect her over all mental and physical health. The lack or over drive of a woman's libido can be a signal of other underlying problems. Women should feel free and comfortable to discuss changes in their libido with their doctor as female libido is an internal message board from your body. It can point doctor's to the right path when it comes to your health care.

Daily factors that cause a low, unsatisfactory female libido
Though the term ‘libido’ has been around for hundreds of years, it is only within the last decade that female libido has reached the medical community. With all the male sexual enhancers out there, it’s about time science caught up with the ladies! There are many reasons behind a low libido these days. Women are working more and have more pressures on them. Lifestyle choices, including smoking and alcohol consumption, as well as medical conditions like diabetes, all play a factor in low female libido.

Both men and women experience a drop in their sex drive from time to time, and this is normal. There are many reasons for these temporary decreases in libido. Aside from life’s daily stresses, there could be a number of reasons a woman shows little or no interest in sex, whether it’s emotional issues or physical problems.

Medical origins of a low female libido
Sexual dysfunction is a problem with the act of having sex during any point during the encounter. It can start with lack of desire, but extend all the way to failure to reach orgasm. Sometimes problems reaching orgasm can turn around and affect desire because if a woman knows there is no resolution to the sex act, there’s no point in having intercourse.

Sexual Arousal Disorder refers to a problem in either achieving or maintaining sexual desire. Long before medical science started looking into female libido, they used to call this medical problem frigidity. We now know that there are a number of reasons for not having an active libido, not the least of which is vaginal moisture.

Achieving your full sexual satisfaction potential
While it’s true the answer to low female libido may lie in an undiscovered medical problem, it can be as simple as your own personal lubrication. Even a normal female libido can be accentuated by a sexual enhancement product designed specifically for women for precisely this issue.

What if through nothing more than a proper mixture of natural ingredients could boost your sex drive, or improve a dull sex life?

Loss of Libido
Perhaps the most frustrating change in your sexual life is the loss of libido, of "those urges." You've lost your hair, your breast is altered or gone, you've put on weight, you have no energy, you're tired, you're nauseated, and you hurt in new places. No wonder you're not feeling sexy.

Your sex life may be altered by vaginal pain resulting from breast cancer treatment, especially after bone marrow transplantation. Certain chemotherapies can cause short-term ulcers in the body's mucous membranes (mouth, throat, vagina, rectum). Physical changes may result from hormone replacement therapy. Add the psychological stress, and pleasure from sex may seem like ancient history.

Advice from your doctors, or from friends who've been down the same road, may help, but some impairment of sexual function is generally unavoidable. Over time, however, things do get better.

Depression and libido
Depression is a common result of both the diagnosis and the treatment of breast cancer, and it directly affects your interest in sex. If you're depressed, sex may be the last thing you want to deal with. (You may even develop a real aversion to sex.) A sensitive partner picks up on this and holds back. But then, when you've recovered, your partner may continue to show no interest in sex, and you may assume it's because you're no longer desirable.

If you are depressed and unable to turn the corner, you need help. Try to consider therapists or group support. You've undoubtedly heard of the success of new medications, but you'll have to be careful. Some therapies for depression may cause loss of libido, including Prozac (chemical name: fluoxetine) and Zoloft (chemical name: sertraline). Medications must be carefully administered and monitored by a qualified medical professional (usually a psychiatrist). Effective dose levels are important and not always appropriately prescribed, and for many medications it takes three weeks or more for you to feel the benefit.

Depression, however, is too debilitating a condition to ignore, so be sure to seek help. There are some things that time alone doesn't heal.

Hormones and libido
You may find that it has become harder to get aroused, and even harder to experience orgasm. "It takes so long to make it happen," said one woman. This dullness of response—if you can call it a response—is a consistent complaint. You must be open with your doctor, so that he or she can suggest appropriate medical solutions. Loss of desire and drive may be directly related to your lower estrogen, progesterone, or testosterone levels, brought on by your breast cancer treatment.

If you're having problems with sex, you might want to try downplaying the importance of orgasm, at least for a while. While you're recovering, try concentrating on pleasure from touching, kissing, and imagery, rather than penis-in-vagina orgasm. De-emphasizing vaginal orgasm may actually allow it to happen again sooner than you expected.

For some women who've had minimal interest in or opportunity for sex before all this happened, loss of libido may not be much of a problem. But if it is for you, talk to your doctor about the possibility of a hormone evaluation. A woman's sex drive is somewhat dependent on the hormone testosterone (the primary hormone in men), produced in the ovaries and the adrenal glands. A little goes a long way, and an adjustment may help restore sexual interest.

But if your testosterone level is within normal range (20 to 60 nanograms per deciliter in a blood test), more testosterone probably won't help. In fact, too much testosterone can produce acne, irritability, and male characteristics such as facial hair or a deepened voice. In addition, it's not known if "testosterone replacement therapy" is safe for women with a personal history of breast cancer.

Pain, nausea, and libido
Painful intercourse can destroy your interest in sex faster than anything else. Vaginal ulcers that arise during certain chemotherapies (such as 5-fluorouracil) are a major source of such pain. The ulcers may be particularly severe in women who have had bone marrow transplantation, but they do go away when treatment ends. Women with genital herpes may have an outbreak of the disease brought on by stress and a weakened immune system.

Steroids and antibiotics can cause yeast infections in the mouth and vagina. Pain medications, narcotics in particular, can also reduce libido.

Menopause, whether natural or treatment-induced, can cause thinning and shortening of the vaginal walls. Vaginal dryness (lack of natural lubrication) is another menopausal side effect. These conditions can contribute to pain during sex.
Nausea, a side effect of chemotherapy, can kill your interest in anything, particularly sex. And some anti-nausea medications depress libido.

Female Libido - How To Increase It Naturally
Some natural herbal aphrodisiacs can be potent in terms of increasing female libido
The natural herbs listed below can increase the pleasure of sex naturally and work on the physiological state of the body making it more active and energized making sex a more enjoyable experience.

The most popular natural herbs for increasing female libido and desire are listed below


Gingko for sexual function was first investigated after an older man who decided to take ginkgo to improve his memory. His sexual function improved so dramatically that it caught the attention of researchers. Subsequent investigation found that it also has a positive effect on female libido

A test using Ginkgo biloba extract with 63 patients was found to be effective in 84% of patients with antidepressant-related sexual dysfunction.
In the study, all areas of sexual libido saw improvement, including desire, excitement, and orgasm.

Arginine is an amino acid, also referred to as L-arginine.
It is one of the more popular supplements for sexual dysfunction for both men and women and is referred to us natures Viagra.
Arginine is needed by the body to make nitric oxide, a compound that works to relax blood vessels and allow more blood to flow through arteries and this of course includes to the sexual organs.
In a clinical study 77 women with decreased libido were given either a combination product or placebo.
Women taking arginine showed greater improvement such as increased reported sexual desire in 71% compared to 42%
They also reported other improvements such as they were happier with their sex lives, improved the frequency of orgasms, and experienced better clitoral sensation.

DHEA is a hormone produced naturally by the adrenal glands.
It is converted in the body to both the female hormone estrogen and the male hormone testosterone. Levels of DHEA decline naturally with age and this can lead to decreased libido
Because older people with a natural decline in sex drive, several studies have examined whether supplemental DHEA can improve libido in these groups.
Research so far suggests that it can help improve sexual function in both men and women.
Physician supervision is strongly advised when using DHEA.
You need to consult an experienced professional before using it and make sure you have the correct dosage and are in good health.


Ginseng may improve sexual dysfunction in both men and women and has been used for thousands of years in China for this purpose.

The active ingredients, ginsenosides, are again believed to facilitate the release of nitric oxide in blood vessels which increases blood flow to the clitoris resulting better orgasms.
Ginseng is known to possess phytoestrogen activity and is believed to help the body adapt to stress, which again helps female libido

Dong Quai

Dong quai is an aromatic herb that grows in China, Korea, and Japan and is used by herbalists as a treatment for a variety of gynecological complaints from regulating the menstrual cycle to treating menopausal problems and is known as:“The women’s herb”
It is used as a general blood tonic and contains vitamins E, A and B12 and rich in tannins.
Researchers have identified six coumarin derivatives that exert antispasmodic and vasodilator effects.
The essential oil in dong quai contains Ligustilide, butylphthalide, Ferulic acid and various polysaccharides are also present.
These elements can help reduce blood clotting and relax peripheral blood vessels.
Although not used specifically to increase libido its affect on the overall body can help women feel more virile as again it has an effect on blood vessels which carry blood to the sexual organs

Female Libido is complex and may result from both medical and psychological conditions.
For female libido women a combination of all the herbs above can help women feel better and increase desire by improving mood, reducing stress, increasing nitric acid and improving blood flow generally.
As with any herbs only use under the supervision of a experienced physician.

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