The truth and myths about Sexual Dysfunction

Dube, Sithabiso Alice
February 2013
New African Woman; English;Feb/Mar2013, Issue 18, p72
The article discusses the truth and myths about sexual dysfunction, a condition affecting about 35% of all sexually active people. It notes the impact of the multiplicity of irreconcilable roles of women on a couple's sexual health and its effect on the libido of a woman. It also cites the concerns about infertility that cause high levels of anxiety in couples and that may affect their sex life and libido as well.


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