Female sexual interest and arousal disorder
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Female sexual interest and arousal disorder (FSAD) is when a woman has problems with sexual desire or arousal. She may not feel interested in sex, or she may be unable to get aroused or reach orgasm. It can also be characterized by inadequate lubrication and swelling response, which is normally noticed during sexual activity.
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