The Vagina Is Not Tingling?
, I am a housewife, 43 years old, there have been 3 months of every relationship with my husband, I feel bland, even my vagina feels immune, there is no feeling there is no tingling so I didn’t have an orgasm, I didn’t use drugs, what’s the cause, thank you
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In contrast to men whose sexual arousal tends to be stable, women experience more frequent fluctuations in sexual desire, influenced by various factors, one of which is age. After a woman turns 35 years of age or more, the levels of the hormone estrogen and other hormones that function in regulating sexual desire will decrease. As a result, it is natural that women of this age are no longer passionate about sexual intercourse as before. This decrease in sexual desire can be characterized by a variety of symptoms, ranging from decreased desire to make love, a lack of vaginal lubrication production despite adequate stimulation, vaginal atrophy, reduced vaginal sensitivity (including feeling numb and not amused).
Apart from the age factor, several other factors can also cause a decrease in sexual desire in women, including:
Peri menopause Fatigue Stress Unhealthy lifestyle, for example smoking, consuming alcohol or illegal drugs Consumption of certain drugs, for example antidepressants, birth control pills, anti-seizures Have hormonal disorders, for example due to thyroid gland disorders Mental disorders, for example due to depression or anxiety disorders for example cancer, diabetes, arthritis, heart problems, neurological disorders, and so on. You can address your complaints by communicating them well to your partner. Give him the understanding that the conditions you are experiencing can naturally exist as a natural process. Do lots of activities together with your partner, for example by taking lots of holidays, doing hobbies together, joking, and so on. Explore each other further on the points of sexual satisfaction of partners. Do enough foreplay before penetrating the penis into the vagina. Also balance the steps above by always maintaining the cleanliness of the intimate organs and adopting a healthy lifestyle.
If with the above efforts your complaint is still not getting better in 1 to 2 weeks, you can check with an obstetrician and gynecologist or sexologist to get further treatment according to your condition.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah