Dr. Akanksha Pagare, Dr. Babita Shrivastava and Dr. Babita Shrivastava
Despite descriptions dating back to the nineteenth century of menopause-related affective syndromes, recent investigations have been unable to characterize a specific disturbance of mood or behavior related to this period of life. This study investigates the behavioral disturbances associated with hypoactive sexual desire during menopause. Examining factors such as reduced initiation of intimacy, communication challenges, mood fluctuations, shifts in relationship dynamics, and impacts on self-esteem, our research sheds light on the multifaceted nature of these disturbances. Understanding the interplay between hormonal changes and psychosocial factors is crucial for developing targeted interventions and support systems to enhance the overall well-being of women experiencing hypoactive sexual desire during the menopausal transition.
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