The secret code of the female libido has been notoriously hard to crack. It seems science has it all figured out when it comes to helping boners stand at full attention, but when it comes to vaginas, well, it becomes way more complicated. One of the biggest reasons is that sex drive in women can't be boiled down to just getting one organ to do its job. Rather, experts believe a combination of factors influence libido, many of which are mental and emotional, not just physiological. Which makes it difficult to pinpoint why you can't get in the mood.
However, low libido for a long period of time may cause concern for some people. It can sometimes be an indicator of an underlying health condition. Testosterone is an important male hormone. Testosterone is responsible for building muscles and bone mass, and for stimulating sperm production.
Low sex drive in women has many potential causes, including underlying medical issues, emotional or psychological problems, or work- and family-related stress. The good news is that identifying the root cause of low libido can lead to effective treatment options. It is not unusual for couples to have a disparity in their sex drives. More often than not, in a heterosexual relationship, it's the woman who has the lower libido , according to research published by the Journal of the American Medical Association JAMA. This can be distressing for both partners and even put the relationship at risk if it can't be resolved.