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Millions of women have hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD). Let’s discuss.
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.
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder
Let’s say you’re sitting at a table in your favorite watering hole, having a night out with your closest girlfriends. . . .
There’s power in numbers: speaking up about low sexual desire is the first step. And while your experience may be different from someone else’s, that doesn’t mean you have to confront it by yourself.
If you want help for finding out how to get it back.
This is the place to start.
Scroll through to see what cards hold the truths (and a myth) about #HSDD.
Hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) is the most common sexual female dysfunction but often goes undiagnosed. Why is that? A lot of women don’t even know HSDD exists, let alone that it’s treatable.