Seven reasons why women refuse sex

Satisfying sexual life is the source of comfort and happiness, but sometimes, this sweet love is often blocked by women’s rejection. A survey by the sexual health promotion center of Indiana University found that physical discomfort is the main reason why women refuse to have sex, which is also a warning sign of some diseases.

Refusing sex because of pain. The potential disease is chronic pudendal pain. In 2010, the largest sex life survey in the United States found that 30% of women had mild to moderate pain in recent sexual intercourse. In addition to the lack of foreplay and excessive sexual activity, the main reason is chronic pudendal pain syndrome, and the patients feel burning pain, tingling or knife like pain in the pudenda. Experts suggest that we should see a gynecologist as soon as possible to check the causes of skin diseases or inflammation. Treatment methods include: drug therapy, pain relief, physical therapy and biofeedback therapy. Try using sex toys or sex dolls for gentle stimulation.

It’s hard or never reach orgasm. It may indicate diabetes. Pain and side effects of drugs can make orgasm difficult to achieve. But a 2010 study by the University of Chicago involving 2000 participants aged 57-85 found that another major cause of difficulty in orgasm was diabetic complications. Diabetes can damage nerves and small blood vessels. Experts said that in addition to actively screening and preventing diabetes, sugar friends should also tell doctors about sexual problems while controlling blood sugar.

Although not to menopause, but the vagina dry difficult to sexual arousal. The possible disease is heart disease. Dry vaginas in women under 45 may be caused by heart health problems. The mechanism is consistent with the association between male ed and heart disease. In addition, women who smoke for a long time also have vaginal dryness. Experts suggest that we should have a thorough physical examination, check the causes and symptoms of heart disease, and eliminate other causes of vaginal dryness: early menopause (40-45 years old), perimenopause (40 years old) and side effects of drugs. Vaginal lubricants can be used during sex to improve dry symptoms.

Almost no interest in sex. It may indicate that androgen is low. Sex hormones have a lot to do with sexuality, both men and women. Before menopause, androgen levels in women dropped by about half compared with those in their 20s, leading to a sharp drop in libido. Experts suggest that the appropriate supplement of androgen can improve the sexual desire of women.

Extremely cold. It may indicate depression or side effects of depression drugs. The sudden loss of interest in sex is a typical symptom of clinical depression. And antidepressants can make people drowsy, and sexual arousal and orgasm will follow. Experts suggest consulting with doctors about whether other drugs can be replaced to reduce side effects.

Make excuses to avoid sex because of the smell of vagina. It may indicate bacterial vaginitis. Bacterial vaginitis is often confused with fungal infection. The former is not inflammation, but the imbalance of bacterial flora in the vagina, resulting in pH value abnormality, odor, light ammonia flavor, heavy dead fish flavor. Both diseases may occur at the same time. The expert suggests, see Department of gynaecology in time, explain symptom, suit the remedy to the case, avoid to use medicine indiscriminately by all means.

Urine leaks during sex. There may be stress urinary incontinence. Urinary leakage is abnormal at any stage of foreplay, sexual intercourse and orgasm. Stress urinary incontinence is caused by weakness or injury of pelvic muscles. Delivery, old age, smoking, obesity, COPD and asthma may all lead to stress urinary incontinence. Experts suggest not to drink water for a few hours before sex; urinate before sex; back entry and lateral horizontal sexual position can help reduce the pressure on the bladder and urethra. In addition, under the guidance of urologists, pelvic floor muscle exercises should be carried out and appropriate medication should be taken.