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Loss of female libido
It’s not unusual for a woman to lose interest in sex at some stage. Here’s information about a range of physical and psychological factors that can impact your libido.
Painful sex for women
Experiencing pain or discomfort during sex is fairly common, but in some cases there is an underlying cause.
Loss of male libido
Your libido can rise and fall over time. Relationships, health, work, stress and many other pressures can affect your sexual desire. Learn more about this here.
There are can be physical and psychological reasons for delayed ejaculation. It happens when men find they can only ejaculate after long periods of stimulation. Find out more about this condition, common causes and treatment options.
Sex and disability
People who have a medical condition that impairs their ability to lead a regular sex life may feel concerned or worried about having sex.
Erectile dysfunction, or impotence, means not being able to get or keep an erection that is sufficient for sexual intercourse. Many men have impotence at some time in their lives. It can come and go.
Vaginismus occurs when the muscles around the vagina tighten involuntarily. Learn more about its common causes, symptoms and treatments.
Penis injury, swelling or pain
Your penis may become swollen or inflamed if injured. Follow this self-care advice and find out how to relieve the symptoms.
Infertility is usually defined as not being able to get pregnant. A broader view of infertility includes not being able to carry a pregnancy to term.
By practicing safe sex, you will prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infection (STIs) and minimise the risk of unplanned pregnancy.