MOST Common Sex Problems Women Face
Vaginismus is the body’s automatic reaction to the fear of some or all types of vaginal penetration. Whenever penetration is attempted, your vaginal muscles tighten up on their own. You have no control over it. Occasionally, women can get vaginismus even if they have previously enjoyed painless penetrative sex.
Pain during and after intercourse makes sex unpleasant. Unfortunately, many women are too embarrassed to discuss the subject with their doctor and avoid the act altogether.
Lack of Arousal
When women are aroused, more blood flows to the clitoris and its surrounding flesh, which stimulates fluids to seep through blood vessels into the vagina
It also causes the upper part of the vagina, uterus, cervix and clitoris to expand and swells the lower vagina and labia (the flesh at the opening of the vagina) so the vaginal opening shrinks.
When a woman isn’t aroused, the blood doesn’t flow and the process shuts down.
Lack of desire
Not being in the mood is a common complaint among women and their partners. Men think their partner isn’t attracted to them anymore. But other reasons may be to blame.
These include strict religious upbringing, fear of pregnancy, and negative messages about sex in your head.
Also, a bad sexual experience and no emotional satisfaction in your relationship can also make you feel like a wet blanket in the bedroom.