Lack of desire for sex
The lack of desire for sex is caused by psychological stress and depression, fear of unwanted pregnancy, anxiety of performance and often boredom. Labels such as ‘coolness’ or ‘disability’ is now outdated. If there is no “normal level” of sexual desire (libido), this may be due to the “male” hormone testosterone. The levels of testosterone can be reduced by problems in the liver, kidneys, fatigue, pain, illness, depression and anxiety, as well as by opiate medications to treat high blood pressure, appetite enhancers and alcohol. Also the production of testosterone in men decreases slowly with age.
The short-term loss of interest in sex in women, it is only natural after childbirth or surgical gynecological surgery. Also, taking the contraceptive pill and hormonal therapy influence the desire for sex. And here the approach of homeopathy treatment methods are extremely effective.
Painful Sexual Intercourse
Sometimes intercourse might be painful for women, due to a vaginal infection, urinary tract infection or endometriosis. Also the vaginal dryness can cause discomfort and pain for both partners. The homeopathic treatment focuses on the overall picture of the symptoms of the body and not just the picture of the disease from which the person suffers, it can give exceptional results.