Female Sexual Arousal Disorder is the inability to attain or maintain sufficient sexual excitement, causing personal distress, which may be expressed as a lack of subjective excitement, or genital (lubrication/swelling) or other somatic responses.
Almost two-thirds of women reported that they had experienced sexual dysfunction during the first year after childbirth, and almost three-quarters reported they experienced sexual dissatisfaction . The most prevalent types of sexual dysfunction reported by the affected women were sexual desire disorder , orgasmic problems , and sexual arousal disorder .
Understanding the potential for drug-induced sexual problems and their negative impact on adherence to treatment will enable the clinician to tailor treatments for the patient and his or her partner. When there is hormonal Dysfunction (especially in post menopausal women) ? Hormone replacement therapy can be considered and is found to be helpful. When there is a vascular or Blood flow problem – Vascular treatment may be required.