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Causes of Sexual Problems

If you had to choose one word to describe women’s sexual function and sexual health, you’d be wise to go with “complex.” The factors that contribute to women’s sexual health and satisfaction—as well as to their sexual problems—are many, and they are often interrelated. These factors range from the physical changes of menopause and aging (reviewed earlier) to a woman’s physical health, her cultural and religious standards, issues in her relationship, her self-image, and stress and lifestyle issues.

 

 

              

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If your sexual health or function has changed since midlife, 
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