Some women struggle to enjoy sex.
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Holly L. Thacker, MD.
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We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. It can be a physical issue, a psychological issue, or both. It is normal for women to lose some of their sexual drive as they get older, and much depends on whether or not she considers this an issue.
There are a variety of treatments for sexual dysfunctiondepending on the root cause of the problem. There are a variety of options, including an oral medication and hormones as well as others that are simply creams or devices that help women feel aroused.
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To find the right treatmentswomen should talk with their doctors. Share this article via email with one or more people using the form below. Send me expert insights each week in Health Essentials News.