Over time, estrogen deficiency can lead to more significant changes in the entire urinary/genital area, including reduced blood flow to the vagina, and the tissue itself becomes thin and weak.
The result: dryness, irritation and pain upon intercourse, also called dyspareunia.
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There are links below the post to the other two parts.] Female game consists of three parts or stages: While these general stages apply to all women, a woman's age, experience and eligibility should factor heavily into her approach to dating if she wants to eventually find a man to settle down with.
Therefore, various aspects of these three stages - or the components of each one - are more or less important at different times in a woman's life.
That means estrogen, along with testosterone, likely plays a role in your initial desire.As estrogen levels decline and less reaches these tissues, they literally atrophy or shrink, not just dry up—sometimes resulting in a significant negative effect on your sex life. Without sufficient estrogen, it becomes dry and less acidic, increasing the risk of infection.It takes longer to get lubricated for sex, even if you're ready and full of desire.I've dated countless women and it has always amazed me how little they know about men.If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset.The vagina, clitoris, urethra (the tube leading from the outside of your body to the bladder), bladder and other urogenital components all contain significant numbers of estrogen receptors.That means they rely on estrogen for healthy functioning.So, it appears that both estrogen and testosterone may influence getting a woman "in the mood." But the precise role of testosterone in female sexual desire is still being determined.Although most studies confirm that testosterone is strongly related to sexual drive, the correlation between sexual problems and low levels or testosterone is inconsistent (that is, testosterone levels do not predict sexual desire levels).By the time you reach menopause, your body is producing about half as much as it did when you were in your 20s.Researchers are still debating testosterone's role in women's sexuality.