Decreased sexual desires? Learn how to deal with it. Loss of libido is a medical condition during menopause which is caused by decreased hormone levels including progesterone and estrogen hormone. Due to decreased libido, you can have symptoms like vaginal dryness, anxiety, psychological disturbance, troubled sleep and mood swings which can make you less interested in having sexual intercourse. Blood supply is decreased which cause vaginal dryness. Vaginal dryness leads to thinning of vaginal wall. Due to thinning of vaginal wall it becomes uncomfortable to have sexual intercourse. However, there is no specific drug to treat decreased libido problem during menopause, symptoms can be treated by applying external vaginal moisturizers, vaginal estrogen in the form of cream and have a chemically produced steroid named Tibolone which can simulate progesterone, estrogen and androgen. There is a hormone replacement therapy which is also called HRT can overcome the issue of loss of libido, however it is not proved to be effective in only 50-60 percent women.