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Female sexual problems include low sexual desire, inability to get aroused during sexual activity, the inability to achieve an orgasm, and pain during sex. Low sexual desire can be caused by certain medicines, low estrogen levels after menopause, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. Insufficient vaginal lubrication results in inadequate stimulation and low sexual arousal. Lack of orgasm is a result of inexperience, sexual inhibition, guilt, anxiety, or sexual abuse. Endometriosis, ovarian cysts, vaginitis, poor lubrication, and pelvic tumors can result in pain during sex. Talking to your partner, sex therapy, using lubricants, using a vibrator, estrogen therapy, and drugs like Ospemifene and Flibanserin are used in the management of female sexual problems.