9 Web Destinations for Low Libido Sufferers Seeking Sexy Solutions and Expert Advice

Once youve learned the basics about low libido from us, you may want to see what other reputable websites have to say. Follow the links below for our favorite online tools and resources.

SiteWho It's ForWhy We Like It
Consumer ReportsAnyone looking for causes of their declining sex driveScroll down to the second chart for a great visual that explains possible side effects caused by prescription medication or an underlying health disorder in men and women.
Mens HealthCouples looking to spice up their love life"10 Ways to Jump Start Your Sex Life" is written for men, but it applies to women too. Every tip has surprising information. Who knew black licorice increases genital blood flow by 40%?
Women to WomenMenopausal women experiencing a decline in sex driveThis article was written by a doctor and a nurse practitioner—one of whom is a certified menopause clinician—and it clearly and tactfully explains whats happening to your brain and body.
AASECTCouples or individuals seeking professional therapy or counseling for their sex lifeCompiled by the nonprofit American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists, this list is searchable by state to help users find experts in human sexuality and healthy sexual behavior.
Go Ask AliceYoung women taking birth control pillsColumbia Universitys Health Services explores various reasons why women in their early 20s may see a decline in libido. This page also links to other highly informational Q&As.
New York TimesAnyone curious about why humans crave sex"Birds Do It. Bees Do It. People Seek the Keys to It." is a great—though rather lengthy—article about desire but we prefer the graphics: a chart with the results of a sex-satisfaction survey of 27,500 people in 29 countries and a visual that compares the sexual response cycles of men and women.
About.comAnyone who may be embarrassed to talk to their doctor about sexThis guide gives pointers on how to initiate a discussion with your doctor about sex.
Smart Sex TalkAnyone looking for an expert point of view on sexPega Ren, a board-certified sexologist and sex therapist in Vancouver, B.C., has written dozens of articles about everything ranging from womens orgasms, to rekindling the fire, to sexual communication.
NewsweekLongtime married couples"Shes Gotta Have It" examines two recent books that show couples that their lack of sex isnt unusual and why, shockingly, its often the men who become uninterested.
Last Updated: May 30, 2008

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