Can high blood pressure lead to sexual dysfunction in a woman?

No. Hypertension is generally asymptomatic (painless), which is why it can be hard to treat; sometimes the medications used to treat high blood pressure can cause side effects that might impact sexual function.
Yes. In fact some studies have shown that the numbers are higher in women than in men with high blood pressure.

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