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When You've Lost Desire

Feeling “meh” about sex? If you’re a woman and your answer is yes, you’re certainly not alone. Loss of interest is the most commonly reported sexual problem for women. It’s a problem that’s largely fixable – whether through medical intervention, help from a psychologist, or even just a more accurate understanding of what’s causing it. But as you start to address the problem, it’s important to keep in mind that there is the problem itself – the loss of interest, and then there is the way you feel about the problem (which can be a heavy load in itself).

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