What is HSDD?
HSDD is hypoactive sexual desire disorder. Although many women haven’t heard of it, HSDD has been known to the medical community for decades.
HSDD lowers your sexual desire and leaves you feeling frustrated. It can make you avoid intimacy, leading to self-esteem issues and stress in your relationships. If that sounds like what you’re going through, you’re not alone. ~1 in 10 women in the US has HSDD. That’s millions of women, some as young as 20. And if you have HSDD, you don’t have to put up with it, because it can be treated.
HSDD 101: what it is, what it isn’t
If you’re hearing the term “hypoactive sexual desire disorder” (HSDD) for the first time, you’re in good company. Not to worry—you can get some HSDD basics right here.
The key to a diagnosis is having an open and honest conversation with a healthcare provider.
The impact of HSDD on your life and sexual health (or, how it feels when you don’t want it anymore)
Explaining how it feels to have hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) can be daunting.
Shedding light on a cause of low sexual desire
Frustrating low sexual desire is an actual medical condition called hypoactive sexual desire disorder, or HSDD.
The lowdown on talking to your partner about low sexual desire
Tips for discussing low sexual desire with your partner.
HSDD, BFFs and you (Or, talking to your friends about 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. . . .