Sexual Dysfunction

Sexuality is a complex interplay of emotional and physical factors. Women at any age can struggle with issues of sexuality, from basic concerns about intimacy to sexual dysfunction. Women are often hesitant to discuss concerns about sexuality with their physicians.

It is important to remember that both physical and psychological factors contribute to sexual dysfunction. Some medical conditions or side effects of medications can interfere with a woman's ability to enjoy intimacy. 

Conditions such as depression or anxiety, hormone imbalance, menopausal changes and medication side effects can all impact a woman's libido. Treatments might include medications, physical therapy, products and enhancers and counseling.

Symptoms of sexual dysfunction may include:

  • Absence of sexual desire or fantasies
  • Delay or absence of orgasm
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Inadequate sensation or response
  • Intimacy and trust issues
  • Sexual interest/Arousal Disorder
  • Orgasmic Disorder
  • Genito-Pelvic Pain/Penetration Disorder (vaginismus)

We’ve created a warm, nurturing and welcoming atmosphere that instills a sense of trust allowing women to seek treatment, discuss sensitive topics, openly and confidentially share their experiences.

The following resources are provided to you as you pursue and progress through treatment: