Female sexual dysfunction is a common and treatable condition. Sexual dysfunction may result from several overlapping factors like intimacy, relationship, physical, medical, psychological, emotional, experience, belief, and lifestyle issues. Any factor or a combination of factors can affect sexual desire, arousal, and satisfaction. Some physical factors may cause pain during sexual contact. Symptoms of female sexual dysfunction may include low desire, sexual arousal disorder, orgasmic disorder, and sexual pain disorders. These symptoms frequently overlap. Low sexual desire or lack of sexual desire is the most common symptom among women. Interest in sex with an inability to become or maintain aroused is called sexual arousal disorder. Orgasmic disorder refers to inability or difficulty achieving orgasm after sufficient stimulation and arousal. Painful sex may affect inside the vagina or felt on the clitoris. Treatment varies and may include lifestyle modifications like avoiding alcohol, smoking, and illegal drugs, counseling, medications and referral to a sex therapist.