Reduced sexual desire and libido
A Woman’s sex drive is dependent on many factors:
Physical, Psychological, Emotional and Social including religious beliefs.
Hormonal changes are both physical and psychological which can decrease the desire for sex. Reduction in Estrogen levels result in a decreased interest in sex, reduce lubrication in the vagina, which adds discomfort or even pain during sex, which can have a rippling effect on sexual desire.
Many women and their partners struggle to cope with these changes.Eventhough many couples continue to enjoy sexual intercourse post menopause.
Couples commonly express:
- loss of intimacy with their partners
- Disagreements on sexual needs
- Inability to communicate with each other
Feeling comfortable with your Physician:
It is uncomfortable to talk with your doctor about your sexual health but it is appropriate to seek help and improve on quality of your life.The result can impact your life in a significant way.
Confidentialy ask us:
- Can we treat reduced libido?
- Can I return to my previous state?
- Can I make changes to improve my condition?
Share with your doctor the specific issues at hand, Pain with sex,vaginal dryness, difficulty with orgasm or arousal and your emotional status.
Treating reduced libido:
Reintroducing estrogens can improve libido, improve lubrication and help with mood changes when given as a pill,Cream,Patch,Spray or even IV supplementation however it needs physician supervision due to increased side effects in existing breast and endometrial cancers.