Female Sexual Disorders and Dysfunctions That Have an Impact on Intimacy and Orgasms.

For women with sexual health issues, it is important to discuss any treatments, concerns or symptoms related to sexual health with their healthcare provider.
  • Female Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder (FSIAD)

    FSIAD encompasses various issues affecting women's sexual desire and arousal:

    Inhibited sexual interest: Loss of libido (low libido or low sex drive) is a reduced desire to have sex. Women may experience a persistent lack of interest in sexual activity, impacting initiation and responsiveness.

    Arousal difficulties: Trouble becoming physically aroused or maintaining arousal during sexual encounters can lead to frustration and dissatisfaction.

    Contributing factors: Biological factors (e.g., hormonal imbalances, medications), psychological issues (e.g., stress, body image concerns), and relationship dynamics can all play a role in FSIAD.

  • Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD)

    HSDD represents a chronic deficiency or absence of sexual desire, often resulting in distress or dissatisfaction:

    Absent sexual fantasies: Women with HSDD may rarely experience sexual thoughts or fantasies, leading to a lack of motivation for sexual activity.

    Relationship strain: The discrepancy in sexual desire between partners can create tension and conflict within relationships, exacerbating feelings of inadequacy or rejection.

    Multifaceted origins: HSDD may arise from biological factors such as hormonal imbalances (e.g., low estrogen, testosterone) or medical conditions, psychological factors including stress or trauma, and relational issues like unresolved conflicts or intimacy concerns.

  • Orgasmic Disorder

    Orgasmic disorder encompasses difficulties in achieving orgasm despite adequate sexual stimulation, presenting various challenges for women:

    Anorgasmia: Women may experience consistent or occasional difficulty reaching orgasm, despite engaging in pleasurable sexual activities.

    Delayed or inhibited orgasm: Some women may require prolonged stimulation or experience delays in reaching climax, impacting sexual satisfaction and fulfilment.

    Underlying complexities: Orgasmic disorders can arise from physiological factors such as hormonal imbalances or nerve damage, psychological factors including performance anxiety or negative body image, and relational issues such as lack of emotional connection or sexual technique mismatches.

  • Genito-Pelvic Pain/Penetration Disorder (GPPPD)

    GPPPD encompasses persistent pain during vaginal penetration, which can have profound effects on sexual functioning and intimacy:

    Dyspareunia: Women may experience sharp or burning pain during intercourse, often attributed to factors such as vaginal dryness, inadequate lubrication, or underlying medical conditions like endometriosis.

    Vaginismus: Involuntary tightening of the pelvic floor muscles can make penetration painful or impossible, leading to anxiety and avoidance of sexual activity.

    Complex etiology: GPPPD can result from medical conditions such as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) or vulvodynia, psychological factors like fear or trauma, and relational issues including communication barriers or partner dynamics.

  • Sexual Aversion Disorder

    Sexual aversion disorder involves an intense fear or avoidance of sexual activity, which can severely impact intimacy and relationship satisfaction:

    Extreme avoidance behaviours: Women may actively avoid all forms of sexual contact or intimacy, experiencing distress or panic at the thought of sexual interaction.

    Emotional distress: Feelings of shame, guilt, or disgust towards sex can lead to significant emotional turmoil and negatively affect self-esteem and body image.

    Underlying trauma: Past sexual trauma or negative experiences can contribute to the development of sexual aversion disorder, requiring specialized therapeutic interventions to address underlying psychological wounds and restore sexual well-being.

  • Sexual Dysfunction Due to Medical or Gynecological Conditions

    Various medical or gynecological issues can impact sexual function and satisfaction for women:

    Endometriosis: Chronic pelvic pain and inflammation associated with endometriosis can lead to discomfort during intercourse and decreased sexual desire.

    Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID): Infections of the reproductive organs can cause scarring and pain, making sexual intercourse painful or undesirable.

    Menopause-related changes: Hormonal fluctuations during menopause can result in vaginal dryness, decreased libido, and changes in sexual response, necessitating holistic approaches to manage symptoms and support sexual health.

  • Psychological Factors and Relationship Issues

    Psychological and relational dynamics play a significant role in women's sexual health and satisfaction:

    Performance anxiety: Fear of not meeting expectations or concerns about sexual performance can inhibit arousal and enjoyment, leading to avoidance of sexual encounters.

    Communication barriers: Lack of open communication and unresolved conflicts within relationships can create barriers to intimacy and hinder sexual fulfilment.

    Body image concerns: Negative perceptions of body image or self-esteem issues can affect sexual confidence and willingness to engage in intimate activities, requiring interventions to promote self-acceptance and positive body image.

  • Vulvodynia

    Vulvodynia refers to chronic pain or discomfort in the vulvar area, affecting sexual function and quality of life:

    Burning or stinging pain: Women may experience persistent or intermittent pain in the vulvar region, exacerbated by activities such as intercourse or prolonged sitting.

    Impact on sexuality: Vulvodynia can lead to avoidance of sexual activity, relationship strain, and decreased sexual satisfaction.

    Treatment challenges: Managing vulvodynia may require a multidisciplinary approach, including medication, physical therapy, and psychotherapy.

  • Masturbation disorder

    Masturbation disorder involves compulsive or excessive masturbation that interferes with daily life and functioning:

    Excessive masturbation: Women may engage in masturbation to a degree that it becomes disruptive to work, relationships, or other activities.

    Guilt or shame: Feelings of guilt or shame surrounding masturbation can exacerbate the disorder and contribute to distress.

    Underlying issues: Masturbation disorder may be linked to underlying psychological conditions such as anxiety, depression, or trauma, requiring therapeutic intervention.

  • Female Orgasmic Disorder Due to Clitoral Insensitivity (FOCI)

    FOCI involves difficulty achieving orgasm specifically due to reduced sensitivity or responsiveness of the clitoris:

    Reduced clitoral sensation: Women may have diminished sensitivity or lack of pleasure from clitoral stimulation, making it challenging to reach orgasm.

    Psychological impact: FOCI can lead to feelings of frustration, inadequacy, or dissatisfaction with sexual experiences.

    Treatment approaches: Strategies to address FOCI may include sensory retraining exercises, sexual therapy, or medical interventions to enhance clitoral sensitivity.

  • Menopausal Sexual Dysfunction

    Menopause is a significant life transition for women, marked by the cessation of menstrual periods and a decline in reproductive hormone levels. This hormonal shift can lead to various sexual dysfunctions, including:

    Vaginal dryness: Reduced estrogen levels during menopause can result in vaginal dryness, leading to discomfort or pain during intercourse.

    Decreased libido: Changes in hormone levels can contribute to a decline in sexual desire or interest, affecting overall sexual satisfaction.

    Orgasmic difficulties: Some women may experience challenges reaching orgasm or notice changes in the intensity of orgasms during menopause.

    Addressing menopausal sexual dysfunction often involves hormone replacement therapy (HRT), lubricants or moisturizers to alleviate vaginal dryness, and communication with healthcare providers to explore treatment options tailored to individual needs.

  • Fibroids, also known as uterine fibroids or leiomyomas, are noncancerous growths that develop in the uterus.

    Pain during Intercourse: Large fibroids or fibroids located near the cervix can cause discomfort or pain during sexual intercourse. This pain may be due to pressure on surrounding organs or tissues, or it may result from friction or stretching of the uterus or cervix during penetration.

    Changes in Libido: Some women with fibroids may experience changes in libido or sexual desire. This can be due to physical discomfort or pain associated with fibroids, as well as psychological factors such as worry or anxiety about the condition or its impact on sexual activity.

    Heavy Menstrual Bleeding: Fibroids can cause heavy menstrual bleeding, also known as menorrhagia. Women with severe menorrhagia may experience fatigue or anemia, which can impact energy levels and sexual desire.

    Anemia: Chronic blood loss from fibroid-related heavy menstrual bleeding can lead to iron-deficiency anemia.

    Psychological Impact: Living with fibroids can cause emotional distress and impact body image, self-esteem, and sexual confidence. Women may feel self-conscious about their bodies or worry about how fibroids may affect their intimate relationships.

When Vaginal Yoni Therapy Can Help You?

Vaginal Yoni Massage Therapy is not a fundamental medical licensed service. However, anecdotal evidence with a long history suggests that it may provide benefits for various sexual disorders and dysfunctions.
  • You don't have orgasm

    Your body can experience six intense feelings of orgasmic pleasure in the genitals and throughout the body.
  • You have low libido, sexual desire and interest in sex

    Yoni therapy aims to teach your body and mind how to awaken and reignite libido, and sexual desires, fostering a more fulfilling and enriched sexual life.
  • You have vaginal contraction at penetration – vaginismus

    Tantric yoni therapy can assist in relaxing muscles and easing vaginal contractions during penetration, aiding in the management of vaginismus.
  • You don't know your body, and dont understand your sensitivity level

    Yoni therapy helps explore your body's sensitivity levels and learn reactions to different stimulation types.
  • You have vaginal dryness

    It can impact for vaginal rejuvenation and teach your body how to increase wetness.
  • You feel disconnected from your body in sex

    It can foster a deeper connection with your body, enhancing your awareness and presence during sexual encounters.
  • You focus excessively on your partner's pleasure in sex

    It encourages a balanced focus on both partners' pleasure, promoting a more holistic and mutually satisfying experience.
  • You don't have feelings during sex in vigina

    By exploring sensuality and enhancing awareness, it may help in experiencing deeper sensations during sex.
  • You have a low overall body sensitivity

    Yoni therapy helps figure out what works better for you.
  • You are too much in your head during sex

    Tantric practices can aid in quieting the mind, allowing for a more present and enjoyable sexual experience.
  • You feel uncomfortable receiving sex

    It offers a space to explore and address discomfort, promoting a sense of comfort and acceptance.
  • You have problems with arousal

    Through various techniques, it aims to address and enhance arousal levels.
  • You feel unconfident in sex

    It may help build confidence by fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of one's body and desires.
  • You don't want to have sex

    Tantric yoni therapy may help rekindle interest and passion for sexual intimacy.
  • You feel anxiety about sex

    It provides a safe and non-judgmental environment to address and alleviate feelings of anxiety and shame related to sex.
  • You have sex addictions

    It can stabilise your temperament and control spontaneous wants.
  • You have sexual trauma

    It offers tools and techniques to heal from past traumas and establish a healthier relationship with sexuality.
  • You have never had sex

    It can become a safe introduction to your body's sensuality without fear of losing your virginity.
  • You feel self-conscious

    It open your mind, and you become more in shape with your body.
  • You fear of penetration

    Focusing on relaxation and comfort aims to address and ease fears associated with penetration.
  • You feel shame in sex

    Through self-awareness practices, it can assist in reducing self-consciousness and promoting self-acceptance.
  • You can't relax in sex

    Tantric techniques may help induce relaxation, fostering a more comfortable and enjoyable sexual experience.
  • You don't enjoy sex with your partner

    Regular yoni therapy can teach your mind and body to react more excitedly to your partner.
  • You have mental blocks

    It encourages the release of mental barriers, allowing for a freer and more fulfilling sexual experience.
  • You physically need touchings

    It acknowledges and emphasizes the importance of physical touch in sexual experiences and can involve cuddling therapy.
  • You don't have sexual contact for a month or more

    Tantric practices can assist in re-establishing connection and intimacy after periods without sexual contact.
  • You have menopause

    Yoni massage during menopause can relieve relaxation, ease tension, and enhance blood flow.
  • You have anorgasmia - difficulty with reaching orgasm climax

    Yoni massage may assist with anorgasmia by promoting relaxation, increasing awareness of sensations, and addressing psychological barriers.

20 Benefits of Vaginal Yoni Massage Therapy

  1. Releases general anxieties, trauma, emotional blockages, stress and tensions;
  2. Increases body awareness and supports the body to become more erogenous, sensitive, and orgasmic;
  3. Increases blood circulation to the genitals, inducing more intense feelings and better genital health;
  4. Awakens the clitoris, G-spot, A-spot, the vagina, and cervix, enabling more sensitivity and pleasure;
  5. Stimulates mental health, healthy relationships, personal development, and spiritual practice;
  6. Helps to control and relax abdominal muscles, pelvic muscles, the vaginal walls, cervix and uterus;
  7. Helps to relax the body better and surrender to pleasurable feelings;
  8. It opens up the opportunity to experience different kinds of orgasms;
  9. Alleviates or cures vaginal pains and pain during intercourse;
  10. Alleviates menstrual cramps and regulates periods;
  11. Improves bowel movement and digestion and decreases constipation;
  12. Increases libido and sexual pleasure;
  13. Improves lubrication and more intense orgasms;
  14. Removes feelings of guilt and shame;
  15. Increases self-awareness and self-trust;
  16. Boosts your immune system;
  17. Enhances sleep quality;
  18. Helps control orgasms;
  19. It enhances mood;
  20. Promotes fertility.