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Decreased Libido
Reduced libido is a term used to describe a continuous or recurring lack of interest or desire for sexual engagement. This condition is also known as low sex drive or hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD). It is a typical worry among women and there might be a wide range of factors contributing to it. There may be a variety of factors involved in the intricate chain of events that leads to a woman’s low libido. It’s possible that physical, psychological, and hormonal elements are all involved. Some medical issues, such as hormone imbalances, thyroid disorders, menopause(GSM), chronic diseases, and some drugs, might lead to a reduction in sexual desire. This can also be a side effect of these ailments. Libido may be affected by a variety of psychological conditions, including stress, worry, depression, problems in relationships, and worries about one’s body image.

Decreased libido may affect women of any age, but it is more typically observed in women throughout various times of their life, such as postpartum, perimenopause, and menopause(GSM). It is also possible for males to have decreased libido. It is essential to keep in mind, however, that a woman’s libido may shift for a variety of reasons at any age, and this can happen to any woman.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Although hormonal shifts may cause desire to fluctuate for certain women as they age, this is by no means a natural or unavoidable consequence of becoming older. Many women, unlike males, have a natural sex drive that doesn't diminish with age. It's best to see a doctor if you're worried about your waning libido.
Having a lower libido is a known adverse side effect of certain drugs, including antidepressants, antihistamines, and some forms of birth control. Discuss with your family doctor or physician if you feel that a drug is interfering with your libido. Discuss potential treatment options with your YHVH Medical Aesthetic Consultant/Staff if you need to perform the non-invasive procedures as mentioned above.
Finding the root reasons of low libido and fixing them is the only way to restore sexual desire. Talk openly and honestly with your family doctor or physician so that it will allow them to evaluate your health, go through your medications, and explore any possible causes with you. Book a free consultation with a YHVH Medical Aesthetic Consultant/Staff if you need to perform the non-invasive procedures as mentioned above.