Female Orgasmic Disorder: Research has shown that approximately 5% of women have incredible difficulty achieving orgasm which can be linked to this disorder. The frustration that this disorder often causes a decrease in sexual desire and intimacy within the relationship.
Dyspareunia: This disorder causes severe discomfort and pain during sex, which can range from moderate to severe. Dyspareunia may arise from lichen planus, lichen sclerosis, or other skin problems in the genital region. The reported incidence of dyspareunia is around 10-20% of women. Usually, if caused by decreased lubrication or vaginal spasm, dyspareunia may be resolved with bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.
Genital Mismatch: Occurs when partners’ sexual organs do not fit well together or are not able to make contact. This may substantially reduce sexual intimacy within a relationship and often causes difficulty achieving orgasm.
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder: This is most commonly, but not always, associated with Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder. Women who suffer from this condition may want to have sex but have difficulty becoming aroused and/or obtaining pleasure from sex. This can decrease sexual desire and limit relationship intimacy. FSAD occurs in approximately 5% of women.
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder: HSDD results in substantially low sexual desire that is psychologically distressing. Approximately 10% of women suffer from this condition.
**The above shocking statistics came from the Practice Bulletin in Obstetrics & Gynecology in April 2011