Volume : 09, Issue : 07, July – 2022



Authors :

Ayela Qamar

Abstract :

We also examine the factors due to which variations in sexuality occurs. These factors include age, variations in the level of hormones and mental and corporeal problems. A standard survey was arranging which examine the sexual activities, condition of periodic cycle and hormonal situation. Horizontal results were obtained from the Melbourne Women’s Midlife Health Project. This survey consists of 437 females. The study was arranged in Australia and consists of females with white’s color. The ages of the samples were between 45-55 years. Some queries and amounts of hormones were analyzed in these females after a year. Some investigations made on community level about the menopausal evolution also observed the sexuality in these females. The loss of sexual function in females can be associated with her relation to husband and aging. In the central age the loss of sexuality is also because of loss of reproductive function. The most widely affecting factors of the sexual dysfunction are aging, number of hormones, relation with husband and magnetism towards associate. These factors were determined from the study observations of Melbourne Women’s Midlife Health Project. According to the factors of psyche the most important factor affecting the sexuality is the depression. The sexuality of the woman reduces due to older age. When woman faces the menopausal evolution its estradiol amount also reduces in the body which also contributes towards reduction in sexuality. Sex at the earlier age and problems with husband also contributes towards decrease in sexual workout. In this report we examine the variation in the sexuality of the female at the central age.
Place and duration: In the Psychiatry department of Mayo Hospital Lahore for one-year duration from December 2017 to November 2018.
Keywords: Aging; Estrogen; Hormone; Menopause; Sexuality; Testosterone

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Please cite this article in press Ashok Vishwakarma et al, Psychosomatic Influences And Consequence Of Climacteric On The Sensual Purpose Between Ladies., Indo Am. J. P. Sci, 2022; 09(7).,

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