Sexual Aversion Disorder
Do you find yourself no longer wanting sexual contact? Does the thought of sexual contact, with a spouse cause anxiety? If you answered yes, it could be a symptom of a Sexual Aversion Disorder.
A Sexual Aversion Disorder is characterized by a lack of desire for any type of sexual contact, especially with a spouse. This can often be a result of abuse, sexual assault, or some type of sexual related trauma in one’s past, but can also have no recognizable triggering event.
Symptoms of a Sexual Aversion Disorder may include:
- Experience no desire for sexual contact with another person
- Feel anxiety at the thought of sexual contact
- Feel disgusted by the thought of sexual contact
Sexual Aversion Disorder can be very challenging and difficult in the ability to maintain a healthy sexual intimate marriage. NorthPoint is experienced in helping those with a Sexual Aversion Disorder. We will help you develop a treatment plan that is comfortable for you.