Sex Problems in Women Directory
Female sexual problems can be caused by physical factors -- such as a condition or medication -- or psychological factors -- such as anxiety and depression. These problems may be lack of desire, inability to become aroused, inability to orgasm, pain during sex, or more. Your doctor can perform a pelvic exam to try to identify any physical causes in the reproductive system. Sometimes hormones play a role, especially in cases where the woman is in or has gone through menopause or has had a hysterectomy. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how to identify sexual problems in women, how to treat those problems, and much more.
Vaginal Discharge: What’s Abnormal?
WebMD explains vaginal discharge -- when it's normal and when it's not.
Endometriosis: What does it feel like?
If you have painful periods, you might have endometriosis. Learn how this condition feels different from the pain of regular menstrual cramps.
Tips for Living With Endometriosis
You may need medication or surgery to treat your endometriosis, but there are also natural ways to manage your symptoms. Learn how food, exercise, and other factors can affect your endometriosis
Understanding the Basics of Endometriosis
Get the basics on endometriosis, a uterine condition, from the experts at WebMD.
Virginity Lost, Experience Gained
Your expectations may determine how losing your virginity will affect you down the line.
Pain During Sex
Besides vulvar vestibulitis, other conditions can cause pain during intercourse. If you have this complaint, see your doctor, who will first rule out yeast or other infections and then investigate other possible causes.
Lube Up for Better Lovin'
The desire may be there, but the natural wetness may not. That's why sexual lubricants are becoming more popular. And even if everyone's good to go, there's nothing wrong with extra wetness.<BR>
Sex Ed for the Suddenly Single
Experts help the newly single cope with changing sexual attitudes.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Sex-Drive Killers
WebMD takes a look at things that can make you lose interest in sex. Check out these common sex-drive killers.
Slideshow: All About Menopause and Perimenopause
Menopause affects every woman in time, and although it's not a disease, menopause can have a big effect on a woman's health. Learn about the causes, side effects, treatments, and complications of menopause.