1. Use of oral contraceptives.
Some women's sexual drive is decreased by the Pill (or any of the other hormonal approaches to birth control -- patch, ring, and shot).
2. Use of antidepressants.
Prozac, Elevil, Paxil, etc., have been known to lower the sex drive
of its users and to increase body weight, which impacts reason #10, body image
Prolactin (the hormone that facilitates breastfeeding) decreases sexual interest.
Plus a woman is sometimes reluctant to share her breasts with a man after the baby has been ****ing on them for milk.
4. Lack of sleep.
For most women, sleep comes before sex once the relationship has been established. This is a very common problem in today's sleep-deprived society.
Due to work, financial issues, educational stress, extended family,and other important issues in life. When stress is increased, many women do not see sex as a solution to it, it is just one more thing to take care of and clean up after.
6. Fights with their mate.
Conflicting feelings and desires can play themselves out in refusing sex. A woman does not feel all warm and cuddly after continuous arguments.
7. Low levels of free testosterone.
While knowing the level of total testosterone in the bloodstream can be helpful, finding out the free testosterone is very essential to discovering the possible physiological causes of low sexual desire.
8. High levels of SHBG.
A woman with high levels of sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), may have low sexual interest.This is because it combines with free testosterone (making it "unavailable") and that decreases libido.
9. Fear of intimacy.
The inability to handle the level of intimacy that sex brings and maintains in a relationship is a very common reason for a decrease in sexual desire for one's partner.
10. Body image.
Women who view themselves as unattractive to their mate and/or in their own mind's eye.