Written by Kimberly Keiser
Great question, but first, here’s a little clinical information on low sexual desire!
Low sexual desire is the most common presenting sexual dysfunction in women. Symptoms associated with the DSM 5 Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder include lack of interest in sex, fewer or no erotic thoughts, not initiating or responding to sexual activity, less pleasure during sex, and reduced sexual sensations. In order to receive a diagnosis of Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder, a woman must experience distress caused by the symptoms associated with low sexual desire for at least six months.