MLE patch™ is a non-drug product that was developed as a complementary therapy program that is accepted by Doctors and Practitioners as an aid to support and restore low sex drive.
What are the Signs and Symptoms?
Individuals who experience LSD may exhibit particular signs and symptoms. For the symptoms to qualify as LSD, they must also cause apparent distress in the person’s life and cannot result from certain medical and psychological conditions such as cancer or depression, respectively. Symptoms caused exclusively by the effects of a drug or substance does not qualify for LSD diagnosis. The following are examples of common signs and symptoms. Psychological or psychiatric consultation is necessary for proper diagnosis.
Little or no interest in sexual activity
Decreased frequency in sexual activity
Decreased frequency in sexual activity becomes a problem in the relationship and causes conflict.
Apathetic feelings during sex, despite attempting to please one’s partner
Habituation to his/her partner that results in decreased desire to engage in sexual activity with that person
Selective desire deficiency, in which an individual may be physically aroused but emotionally absent.
No interest in pursuing sexual interaction
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) refers to a woman’s chronic or ongoing lack of interest in sex, to the point that it causes her personal distress or problems in her relationships. Although this problem is not sexually dimorphic (affecting only one sex), the prevalence of LSD is much higher in females than in males. A recent study found that 26% to 43% of females report low sexual desire compared to 13% to 28% in males. Low sexual desire can range from mild to extreme cases. In mild cases, a person may fail to initiate (or desire) sexual intimacy, but they can still respond to sexual advances and enjoy intimacy when it does occur.
Moderate cases of HSDD can result in the failure to both initiate and respond to sexual intimacy. Sexual Aversion Disorder is an extreme form of HSDD that results in absolutely no desire for sexual contact: an individual with sexual aversion disorder can actually be repulsed by the mere notion of intimacy.