When sexual intercourse is not satisfying or positive in the perception of both sexual partners, then there is a problem that needs urgent solution.Divorce is so rampant these days and sometimes attributed to “irreconcilable difference”.
From my findings, 80% of that “irreconcilable difference”.is caused by sexual problems (not being sexually compatible) and so on.
I am going to discuss about women sexual issues today and will discuss that of men in my next writing.
Most women have symptoms of a sexual problem at one time or another. For some women, the symptoms are ongoing. But your symptoms are only a sexual problem if they bother you or cause problems in your relationship.
These symptoms vary, for what is causing sexual problem to lady A will be different to lady B. You may also find that what is normal at one stage of your life changes at another stage. For example, it's common for an exhausted mother of a baby to have little interest in sex. And it's common for both women and men to have lower sex drives as they age.
Female sexuality is complicated. At its core is a need for closeness and intimacy. Women also have physical needs. When there is a problem in either the emotional or physical part of your life, you can have sexual problems.
Some common problems include:
· Emotional problems, such as stress, relationship problems, depression or anxiety, a memory of sexual abuse or rape, and unhappiness with your body. There is this cousin of mine that the wife complains a lot whenever he has sexual intercourse with her. I discovered that, the wife does not lubricate sufficiently before penetration and this has caused emotional problem to them.
· Having less desire for sex. Your sexual partner a high libido and you don’t have, it becomes a problem.
· Having trouble feeling aroused. I takes you so much time to feel arouse, it becomes a problem.
· Having pain during sex. As a result of insufficient lubrication, vaginal infection etc
You may notice a change in desire or sexual satisfaction. When this happens, it helps to look at what is and isn't working in your body and in your life. For example:
· Are you ill, or do you take a medicine that can lower your sexual desire or response?
· Are you stressed or often very tired?
· Do you have a caring, respectful connection with a partner?
· Do you and your partner have the time and privacy to relax together?
· Do you have painful memories about sex or intimacy?
Visit a counselor or a medical doctor if you are not able to resolve the problem.