Sexual dysfunctions are not just a frustration, but can get in the way of your everyday life and become quite devastating to your most cherished relationships. It wounds partnerships and marriages, can cause depression, and significantly decreases your overall quality of life. But this is something you do not have to go through alone. By working with a medical practitioner, most, if not all, sexual dysfunctions are entirely treatable.
Some of our most commonly treated sexual dysfunctions include:
Having pain during sex
The inability to orgasm
Painful sex mostly affects women and is caused by the vaginal orifice being too small, too dry, inflamed or suffering from a chronic infection, all of which are treatable. Ignoring the problem will only make it worse which is why we recommend scheduling an appointment as the first step in treating your pain and resolving the issue. Women can also experience anorgasmia which is the inability to have an orgasm despite sufficient stimulation.
There are two types, primary anorgasmia and secondary anorgasmia. Primary anorgasmia occurs when the woman has never experienced an orgasm in her life while secondary anorgasmia is when a woman used to have orgasms but they are no longer occurring. The root cause of sexual dysfunctions are a combination of physical and emotional well-being.
Low libido can affect both men and women, and while it is quite common the older you get, you do not have to put up with it. At Sinclair Healthcare, we provide many treatment options for remedying low libido that are effective for both men and women.
Many men suffer from premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction. Premature ejaculation occurs when ejaculation begins before penetration, making immediate intercourse near impossible. Luckily, there are many effective, inexpensive treatments for premature ejaculation.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) only affects men and is defined by the inability to get an erection firm enough to penetrate during intercourse. There are a variety of causes for ED including a side effect of medication, emotional issues, low hormone levels, stress, and neurological diseases, among others. While there are many causes, several treatments are available to help you overcome this sexual dysfunction.