Lack of desire is the most common sexual problem in women.
According to the American study Preside, recently published in Obstetrics & Gynecology, it appears that low sexual desire is the most common sexual problem in women.
The survey included a total of 31,581 women over 18, and about 10 percent reported that they experienced low sexual desire.
Custom Norwegian Women
During the work of the survey, a single diagnostic tool was prepared to reveal whether women struggle with sexual dysfunction. This diagnostic tool consists of a short survey.
In connection with the Norwegian sister study, a Norwegian version of the survey has been prepared.
Take the test
Here are the questions that can answer if you suffer from sexual dysfunction. The first four questions are answered with yes or no:
1: Have your sexual needs or your interest in sex life been satisfactory for you?
2: Have you experienced impaired sexual desire or need for sex?
3: Are you bothered by missing sexual desire or interest?
Should you wish that your sexual desire or interest increased?
4: Would you like your sexual desire or interest to increase?
5: What factors do you feel contribute to your current lack of sexual desire or need and interest in sex:
A) Do you have a medical reason or because of the lack of sexual desire that you have been through an operation that you have experienced an injury or depression?
B) Due to lack of light medication, substance or alcohol you are taking?
C) Are you pregnant, have you just recently or have menopause symptoms?
D) Are there any other sexual conditions that you struggle with, for example pain, less desire or difficulty with orgasm?
E) Does your partner have sexual issues?
F) Do you live in an unsatisfactory relationship?
G) Do you struggle with fatigue symptoms or fatigue?
How to evaluate the diagnostic tool:
- If you answer no to the first four questions, there is no basis for diagnosing sexual dysfunction – HSDD.
- If you answer yes to the first four questions and no to the factors under point five, it may indicate HSDD.
- If you answer yes to the first four questions and at the same time yes to any of the factors in point five, it may be an indication of another primary diagnosis.
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This is HSDD
Within the medicine, one is called the state of sexual dysfunction of HSDD: Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder. HSDD is defined as low sense of light, lack of sexual fantasies or lack of interest in sex life.
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The condition causes problems in relationships and has no connection with medication.
It is important to emphasize that the phenomenon HSDD applies to women who suffer and feel bothered by lack of sexual desire.
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– Doctors who diagnose and treat women with sexual problems should always evaluate the woman’s degree of despair and suffering, explains doctor Jan L. Schifren, the head of the study at the Vincent Obstetrics and Gynecology Service at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. / p>
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Read more about female sex drive in Better Health No. 7 (out Tuesday)
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