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Millions of women have hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD). Let’s discuss.
WRITTEN BY: Dr. Lisa Larkin Women’s sexual health is an area of patient care that has been neglected for far . . .
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder
You don’t have to deal with hypoactive (low) sexual desire disorder (HSDD) alone. It can help to talk it out before bringing it up to a partner or healthcare professional. With resources like our conversation starter, and tips to help talk to a partner, unblush is a community where you can do just that.
It’s worth repeating: we’re here for you.
This past May, hundreds of women came together at our unblush event to have candid conversations about sex. We collaborated with SELF to bring this to life, because frustrating low sexual desire is a condition millions of women suffer from. The days of suffering in silence are long gone, because we’re in this together.
If you want help for finding out how to get it back.
This is the place to start.
Having a low sex drive can make you feel ashamed, embarrassed or even confused, but you’re not alone. Madge the Vag is here to dish the dirt on lack of sexual desire and what to do when it has you down.
Originally published on Scary Mommy.
Questions about low sexual desire? Get answers from an expert.
If you think you may have hypoactive (low) sexual desire disorder, or HSDD, talking to a healthcare professional is the first step. If you’re not sure what to expect, that’s okay—we’ve got the scoop.
Your healthcare professional may ask you questions relating to your sexual desire and level of interest, but don’t feel embarrassed. You’ve got this.