Which? It is ok to be shy. The psychiatrist with whom you make an app't. Will be very understanding. Yes, I do think this is a good place to start. And when? Good, you deserve it.
Many! Casual sex is not usually pleasurable for most women. I believe this is the biggest factor. If you are married or in a committed relationship, many hormonal factors exist. Talk to your pcp, ob/gyn specialast, and psychiatrist, in that order.
Oneriness. Hi, now that I have your attention, this is a complex matter and should be treated in a caring manner. Trouble is we are going to have to make sure we cover both the physical-your gyn, and the even more complex, perhaps. Yup, a psychiatrist may; I say may, be a godsend.
There are many reaso. Why sex may not be enjoyable. 1. One might not be emotionally ready for sexual activity. 2nd reason could be that one feels dirty or guilty (this may be especially so if one has religious prohibitions). 3rd reason is STRESS. If your mind is on other things it can be hard to relax & to be spontaneous. A 4th (& really BIG reason) is a relationship.
Phallus size. From a female perspective, it's not the size that matters.
A number. Could b several causes but one common one is clinical depression. Depressed individuals aren't sad or blue--they experience an absence of feelings. Need to have a good medical/psychological work up.
Lack of pleasure. Physical illnesses that affect performance such as diabetes, effect of medications, or psychological such as performance anxiety or depression.
Emotion and hormones. Casual sex is not usually pleasurable for most women. I blieve this is the biggest factor. Many hormonal factors exist. Talk to your pcp, ob/gyn specialast, and psychiatrist, in that order.