Frequently Asked Questions
You should see a gynecologist to discuss sexual problems. Explain your problems openly and honestly. Depending upon the findings, your doctor can refer you to an urologist or sex therapist/counselor if needed.
2. When should I consult a doctor for sexual dysfunction?
Women can experience a problem with sexual function from time to time. However, it is time to see the doctor when the problems are persistent and are distressing for the couple, thereby having a negative impact on their relationship.
3. Can exercises help deal with female sexual dysfunction?
Kegelís exercises can increase blood flow to the vaginal area, making sex more comfortable. Kegelís exercises make pelvic floor muscles stronger and help women reach an orgasm more easily. Women of all ages can use this technique.
4. Can female sexual dysfunction be cured?
The success of treatment for female sexual dysfunction depends on the underlying causes. Mild dysfunction related to stress, fear or anxiety can be successfully treated with counseling, education and improved communication between partners.