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Judith_Volkar_MD: Viagra® works as a medication that causes an erection in men. In women, it has been used in a non-FDA-approved (off-label) fashion.For example, women who take antidepressants can suffer from orgasmic dysfunction.Many women do not have a strong innate “drive” for sexual activity, but that does not mean that they do not want sex, it just means they need the right motivation.There was even a study just published in USA Today that confirmed that what is missing for sexual drive in women is romantic intimacy.Hormonal fluctuations play a substantial role as well.The aging process, with the loss of estrogen at menopause, will cause significant physical changes.Volkar was the principal physician in a private Ob/Gyn practice in Johnstown, PA, and spent 15 years as a staff physician for the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center. Volkar served as Vice-Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Conemaugh Memorial Hospital in Johnstown, PA, where she became an outspoken advocate for women’s health care in the community. Volkar has published and lectured on topics about the current treatments available for migraines, menstrual migraines, treatment of decreased libido, heart-healthy menopause, and strategic planning for a non-profit women's center.
mazie: Judith_Volkar_MD: There are many medical conditions that can cause problems with sexual desire: high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid disease, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, just to name a few.If you are on a birth control pill, it suppresses your ovulation, and that suppression of ovulation in some women can decrease the neurotransmitters that cause sexual drive. Antidepressants are the number one cause of decreased sexual desire. Blood pressure, cholesterol, heart, seizure medications, and even birth control pills for some people, all can decrease sexual desire.Of course, fear of pregnancy could decrease your sexual drive as well. You shouldn't quit your medications just because they cause this side effect.It doesn't mean that people with these problems don't have a sex life.It just means they might not function as well, or as quickly, as people without these problems.