Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD) Awareness Quiz
Take this short quiz to determine your risk factors for having or developing female sexual dysfunction (FSD). Read the following questions and select your best answer.
- Are you dissatisfied with your current sex life?
- Would you like to improve your sex life?
- Have you noticed a recent change in your sex life?
- Do your sexual concerns cause you any personal distress?
- Has your interest in sex decreased?
- Do you no longer have erotic thoughts or fantasies?
- Have you lost all interest in having any kind of sexual activity?
- Do you experience vaginal dryness during sex?
- Do you feel pleasurable sensations such as warmth and tingling less often during sex?
- Do you no longer feel excited or aroused during sex?
- Do you experience pain during intercourse?
- Do you experience tightening of the vagina during sex making it difficult to enter?
- Are you unable to have orgasms?
- Is it more difficult for you to reach orgasm than it once was?
- Do you find that your orgasms are less intense than they once were?
- Do you experience difficulties when you have sex with your partner but not when you self-stimulate alone?
- Are you unhappy with your partner?
- Have you noticed a recent increase in your stress levels?
- Do you suffer from depression?
- Have you ever been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder?
- Do you believe your sexual problems are psychological?
- Did your sexual problems begin after illness, injury or surgery?
- Have you recently been diagnosed with any of the following health conditions?
High blood pressure
- Are you peri or postmenopausal?
- Are you on any of the following medications?
Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
- Are you pregnant or have you recently given birth?
- Do you smoke or have a history of smoking?
- Do you believe your sexual problems are physical?
FSD Awareness Quiz Results
If you answered yes on one or more questions in group:
1-4 You may have Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD).
5-7 You may be experiencing low libido.
8-10 You may have an arousal disorder.
11 You may be experiencing dyspareunia or genital pain associated with inter course.
12 You may be experiencing vaginismus. Vaginismus occurs when the muscles around the outer third of the vagina contract involuntarily when vaginal penetration is attempted during sexual intercourse making intercourse difficult.
13-15 You may have an orgasm disorder.
16-17 Your problems may be related to your relationship or partner.
18-21 Your problems may be stress related and mostly psychological.
22-28 You have one or more risk factors associated with female sexual dysfunction and your sexual concerns are most likely physical in nature.