Female sexual arousal disorder
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
Female sexual arousal disorder is the condition of decreased, insufficient, or absent lubrication in females during sex. It is sometimes used in reference to, and sometimes differentiated from, hypoactive sexual desire disorder, which is the condition of decreased interest in sexual intercourse, sexual activity, and sexual contact in females. Loss of interest in sex occurs most commonly in women as they age and approach menopause.
Although female sexual dysfunction is currently a contested diagnostic, pharmaceutical companies are beginning to promote products to treat FSD, often involving low doses of testosterone.