Lack of desire for sex is also known as hypoactive Sexual  Desire Disorder – HSDD this can be experienced by every  couple during some period in their lifespan, due to certain  events or circumstances.

In HSDD there will be problem with his or her ability to become aroused, to orgasm, or to have enjoyable sex. This can be solved with changes in lifestyle: simply allocating more time for each other and sharing any sexual difficulties. But if low sex drive is continued, it requires treatment. Almost 15% of men have this problem all the time; while over 30% females have it, but may not voice about it.

Factors which are responsible

Psychological Stress, Depression, fear of getting pregnant, performance anxiety such as Erection Problems, Premature Ejaculation, Lack of Orgasm, and frequently boredom – rather than hormonal or physical . Mental health problems such as depression and anxiety can cause lowered desire, erectile dysfunction, and a range of other sexual problems; so can many medical conditions, as well as some medications and recreational drugs. Sometimes sexual psychological issues from a person’s past – particularly in the case of sexual abuse survivors, whose trauma can fundamentally affect their sexuality. There are many myths about sex and aging infect, we can continue to enjoy sexuality until the day we die.

Physiological factors in male

a) In men production of testosterone, slowly declines with age; this leads to reduction in libido and eventually less desire for coitus, slower erection, and delayed orgasm.

b) Hypothyroid

c) Medicine

d) Depression,

e) Hypertension,

f)  Medicine such as Pain killer

g) Alcohol and smoking, drugs

h) Obesity

i) Diabetes

j) Erectile dysfunction

Psychological factors in male

a) Stress

b) Lack of spark in marriage life

c) Erectile dysfunction Anxiety,

d) Depression or other emotional diseases

Physiological factors in female

a) For some women libido decreases before a period (Premenstrual Syndrome);

b) Temporary loss of interest in sex is perfectly natural after childbirth or gynecological surgery; oral contraceptives and hormone replacement therapy.

c) Reduced blood supply to vagina, leading to painful intercourse

d) Hypothyroidism

e) Diabetes

f) Pregnancy

g) Obesity

h) Nerve injury following removal of uterus (hysterectomy)

i) Drugs: Drugs depression, hypertension, pain killers

Psychological factors in female

a) Stress

b) Lack of love in marriage life

c) Alcohol, smoking, drugs

d) Anxiety, depression or other emotional diseases

e) Traumatic events in childhood such as child abuse


Common laboratory investigations should be performed for proper diagnosis, these are

a) Hormonal test for Thyroid disorders,

b) Test for diabetes.

c) Special investigations should be done in case of significant loss of erection in men and indications of neurological symptoms in women.


a) Communication – Improve interpersonal relationship with your partner Start by praising a partner for what is working, and reaffirm your positive feelings for him or her. If you’re the one with the problem, state it clearly, describe the feelings you have about it and ask for help.

b) Reduce weight if you are obese

c) Reduce stress

Homeopathic symptoms and medication

Homeopathic remedies are prescribed by symptoms rather than conditions, as each case of a particular illness can manifest differently in different people. There are many symptoms which can be effectively treated by homoeopathy ­­­­­few symptoms are given below.If your symptoms are matching to any of the symptoms given below, it can be cured mail the disease and symptom number at to know your medicine.

  1. Pleasure during sex diminished and sexual urges reduced. Tired and weak felling, loss of memory, Prostate problems may be associated with impotence, dribbling of urine while coughing, laughing.
  2. Impotence, Premature ejaculation.  Impotence in old men. Feeble erections. Falls asleep during sex, problems with erections due to fear of failure, loss of memory. Lack of confidence. Digestive problems, worse between 4 to 8 pm
  3. The problem starts after a fever or exhausting illness.  Dribbling of semen during sleep. Irritable after sex. Unusual hair-loss (body hair or eyebrows)
  4. Gentle-natured, quiet men with deep emotions, have a history of suppression of anger grief.
  5. Enlarged prostate gland. Genitals flabby. Testicles hardened. Premature ejaculation. Diminished sexual desire. Bashful.  Mentally weak. Lack of self confidence. Easily influenced. Unable to take decision.
  6. Lack of sexual desire with indifferent to everything. Hates Company. Likes to be alone. Mental dullness. Indifferent to family.
  7. Loss of libido associated with grief or repressed emotions hot, puffy and dry lesion on the genital, with pearl-like blisters.
  8. Painful periods, copious early flow of dark blood which ceases on lying down, suffering from heart condition.
  9. Loss of sex drive or aversion to sex, premature ejaculation or no ejaculation, especially if Herpes is diagnosed.
  10. Irritability, self-criticism and extreme sensitivity to real or fancied criticism from others, despair, thoughts of death.
  11. Apathy and indifference.
  12. Loss of libido associated with grief or repressed emotions.
  13. Weepiness and depression
  14. Following bruising injury to penis.
  15. Following injury which has bruised spinal cord.
  16. Fear of sex.
  17. Lack of sexual desire
  18. Lack of pleasure from sex.
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