Sex Problems – Women
We have experience dealing with a wide range of sex problems, some of which are common and some not so common.
Do any of these problems sound like something you have been struggling with lately (or perhaps for some time)?
- difficulty getting aroused
- inability to have an orgasm
- lack of attraction to your partner
- feeling disconnected or unsafe with your partner
- being willing to give sexual touches, but having difficulty receiving sexual touches
- vaginismus (which feels like the muscles around the vaginal opening are clenching and there may be difficulty or inability to have intercourse)
- pain during or after sexual intercourse — vulvodynia is one of the common diagnoses for this; deep pain may result from endometriosis or from other causes
We will collaborate with your family physician or gynecologist and we often work closely with other health professionals, such as pelvic physiotherapists, to address and solve these problems with you.
Problems related to Sexual Desire are a common concern for women.