Sexual Wellness Treatment Options

 

Women

Sexual desire naturally fluctuates over the years, and can be caused by many issues, which are not necessary health related. Highs and lows commonly coincide with relationships, or major life changes, such as trauma, pregnancy, a hysterectomy or menopause. Medications, stress, health conditions (diabetes, kidney or liver problems, antidepressants), and hormone imbalances can also cause low libido, inability to become aroused, lack of orgasm (anorgasmia), or painful intercourse.

Psychological causes may also contribute:

    • Concern about sexual performance.
    • Marital or relationship problems.
    • Depression, feelings of guilt.
    • Effects of past sexual trauma.
    • Work-related stress and anxiety.

 

Options for Women:

      • Hormone Balancing – Hormones play an important role in regulating sexual function in women. Imbalances in estrogens, testosterone and other hormones can cause low arousal, dryness, and loss of sensation.  > Learn more
      • Vitamin and mineral supplementation
      • Vaginal Creams
        • Arousal creams and sprays are available to help with vaginal dryness, pain with intercourse, increasing arousal, as well as options to help achieve an orgasm. (Prescription required)
      • O-Shot – (Vaginal Injection) – PRF vaginal rejuvenation therapyLearn more

*Exam required

 

Men

Sexual concerns can affect men of all ages. The most common problems can include: ejaculation disorders, erectile dysfunction, delayed orgasm, or lack of sexual desire. These issues can often be corrected by treating the underlying causes.

What causes sexual dysfunction in men?

Physical causes of overall sexual dysfunction may be:

  • Low testosterone levels.
  • Prescription drugs (antidepressants, high blood pressure medicine).
  • Blood vessel disorders such as atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) and high blood pressure.
  • Stroke or nerve damage from diabetes or surgery.
  • Smoking.
  • Alcoholism and drug abuse.

Psychological causes might include:

  • Concern about sexual performance.
  • Marital or relationship problems.
  • Depression, feelings of guilt.
  • Effects of past sexual trauma.
  • Work-related stress and anxiety.

Options for MEN:

    • Hormone Replacement Therapy – Testosterone, and other hormone balancing therapy (Based upon your individual labs)
    • Vitamin and mineral supplementation
    • Low-T, ED Therapies:
      • Hormones/Testosterone -Injectable and cream options (Prescription required) 
      • TriMix injections – Oral and injectable options (Prescription required)
      • P-Shot – PRF for increase in libido, ED, size and girth – Learn more

*Exam required

 

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