There are many causes for this sexual problem. They are grouped into 6 main categories.
- Decreased sexual desire: It can be defined as a decrease in sexual desire, decreased frequency of sexual thoughts, sexual intercourse, and reaching orgasm. The reason is psychological in general. Incompatibility and conflict with the spouse also cause this. Certain medications used, menopause, pregnancy and lactation, sexual violence and trauma also lead to this condition.
- Sexual disgust disorder: This condition is less common than other causes. In this case the woman avoids sex and does not want to think. This can be caused by psychological causes such as anxiety and depression.
- Sexual arousal disorder: It is the lack of secretion and swelling in a woman despite adequate sexual stimulation, or the inability to continue sexual intercourse until the end. It is usually seen with orgasmic disorder. It can also be caused by causes such as breastfeeding, menopause, aging, drugs and alcohol abuse.
- Orgasmic disorder: Despite appropriate warning, orgasm is often not experienced or delayed. It is due to psychological reasons. It is a condition that can occur later. Incompatibility between spouses, conflict, sexual trauma, physical and metabolic disorders, alcohol and drugs cause orgasmic disorder.
- Dyspareunia: painful intercourse. Many causes such as infections of the reproductive system, and wounds that heal after childbirth can cause dyspareunia.