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Ageing and Sexuality expert
This is a loaded question - you first to get a health care provider to assess and then diagnose you with a sexual dysfunction . This in itself is contentious- when 43% of pre menopausal women have low sexual desire then one needs to ask "what is actually normal?".
To answer your question sexual dysfunctions are multifactoral in nature thus their treatment is multifactoral. For example if you have a low sexual desire perhaps it is due to another illness, menopause, medication or a relationship issue. So each other illness/problem needs treatment as well as direct treatment for the sexual dysfunction. All very possible - if both people in a relationship are willing to go the distance , include therapy always as part of the treatment for best outcome.
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