Female sexual response is substantially different than male sexual response.
It is more affected by relationship issues, stress, and other factors.
This is due to how our neurotransmitters function in our brains.
Yet, women often are too embarrassed to discuss the subject with their health care providers, and many feel their physicians are not comfortable talking about this subject with them either.
Balancing the everyday routines of life, work, children, finances, and other stresses does not seem to leave much motivation for sexual intimacy.
Decreased sexual desire is a problem for a substantial number of women.
For example, diabetes can decrease your nerves’ ability to feel things.
So a person with diabetes might need more sexual foreplay than a person without diabetes.
Men, on the other hand , are more motivated by visual cues and erotic material.