SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION

Women’s Sexual Dysfunction in Dublin, OH

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction is an umbrella term for frequent and recurring issues when engaging in sexual activity.

Although many women suffering from sexual dysfunction avoid seeking advice or care due to embarrassment, sexual dysfunction is a common affliction that an estimated 38 to 63% of women experience.

How To Spot Sexual Dysfunction

Manifested symptoms of sexual dysfunction can vary, but frequently reported symptoms include:

  • Reduced or lack of sexual desire
  • Inconsistent or inability to achieve orgasm
  • Subdued physical, sexual responses, such as vaginal lubrication
  • Frequent pain when engaging in sexual activity
  • Difficulty or an inability to become aroused

Causes of Sexual Dysfunction in Women

Sexual dysfunction is often a complex issue created by interrelated problems.

Physical
Physical causes of sexual dysfunction can include major illnesses like cancer, heart disease, kidney failure, and bladder issues. Additionally, events that cause strong hormonal fluctuations like pregnancy, giving birth, and menopause can all lead to imbalances.

Mental
Mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, high levels of stress, and a history of sexual abuse can all cause or contribute to sexual dysfunction.

Additional Risk Factors
Using certain medications, such as antidepressants and pills for high blood pressure, is thought to play a role in some cases of sexual dysfunction.

Can Sexual Dysfunction Be Treated?

Because of the complex and multi-faceted roots of sexual dysfunction, effective treatments vary. Changes in medication, adopting a healthy diet and regular exercise, and avoiding substances like alcohol, tobacco, and illicit substances are potential solutions to physical-based sexual dysfunction.

To improve sexual dysfunction stemming from mental factors, creating an open dialogue with your partner or partners and seeking therapy to reduce mental health issues can result in a marked improvement in sexual function.

Medical intervention using hormone replacement therapy, oral medications, and androgen therapy may be employed to treat persistent or particularly distressing cases.

Resolve Sexual Dysfunction With Acoustic Waves

Acoustic Waves help men & women strengthen their pelvic floor muscles. Acoustic waves provides similar benefits to Kegel exercises. Strengthening your lower core muscles can help women feel less pain during intercourse, treat incontinence symptoms.

  • Manifested symptoms of sexual dysfunction can vary, but frequently reported symptoms include:

    • Reduced or lack of sexual desire
    • Inconsistent or inability to achieve orgasm
    • Subdued physical, sexual responses, such as vaginal lubrication
    • Frequent pain when engaging in sexual activity
    • Difficulty or an inability to become aroused

  • Sexual Dysfunction can have many causes. One of the most common causes is weakened pelvic muscles. Aging, menopause, and childbirth are all linked to weakened pelvic muscles and may lead to sexual dysfunction.
  • Patients generally get about 6 sessions (2 sessions per week) for a three week period. Each session lasts 30 minutes, and it is likely that after a session you will feel a little sore, as if you completed an intense workout.
  • Not only is Acoustic Wave Therapy a non-surgical, painless, non-invasive procedure, but it also requires no downtime. Although you may feel sore after your Acoustic Wave treatment, you can go about daily activities as you normally would.
  • Many patients report that they notice improvements to not only their incontinence but also the sexual wellbeing after their first AWT treatment. Improvements will continue for the following weeks after your treatment.

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