FSAD is the abbreviations of Female sexual arousal disorder which refers to a lack of physical arousal to sexual stimulation; recurrent inability in some women to attain or maintain adequate lubrication and sexual excitement swelling responses until completion of sexual activity. Moreover, FSAD refers to a sexual dysfunction characterized by a persistent or recurrent inability to attain or maintain the normal physiological and psychological arousal responses during sexual activity.

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