New Delhi: Many young women are reporting that they have a low sexual desire, with a new research blaming antidepressants and birth control pills for the problem. Many young women have distress piled on top of the guilt about their lagging sex lives, according to a study by the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health.
"I think a lot of women are distressed out there and feel bad and think something is wrong with them," the New York Daily News quoted Dr. Carolyn Nemec, woman’s health specialist in the department of family medicine at the Cleveland Clinic, as telling a website . "The younger patients hear so much about menopause and a lot of these women - aged 18 to 30 - don’t feel they have a voice. We need to focus on them," Nemec added. ANI
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