Reproductive dysfunction is having many factors which may result in a person experiencing a dysfunction. These may result from emotional or physical causes. Emotional factors include interpersonal or psychological problems, which can be the result of depression, sexual fears or guilt, past sexual trauma, sexual disorders,among others.Reproductive dysfunction is especially common among people who have anxiety disorders. Ordinary anxiousness can obviously cause erectile dysfunction in men without psychiatric problems, but clinically diagnosable disorders such as panic disorder commonly cause avoidance of intercourse and premature ejaculation. Physical factors that can lead to reproductive dysfunctions include the use of drugs, such as alcohol, nicotine, narcotics, stimulants, anti hypertensives, antihistamines, and some psycho therapeutic drugs.For women, almost any physiological change that affects the reproductive system premenstrual syndrome, pregnancy, postpartum, menopause.