Sexual insecurities, decreased self-esteem and relationship issues can easily develop as a result of sexual dysfunction. However, there are non-surgical solutions to improve your well-being.
FOR WOMEN: Hormone changes, menopause, hysterectomies, chemotherapy, childbirth, and simply aging can take its toll on a woman’s vaginal and labial tissue. Vaginal thinning, decreased lubrication, sagging labia, and chronic inflammation are not uncommon. In fact, 30-50% of women report conditions ranging from sexual dissatisfaction to sexual self-consciousness related to these very issues.
FOR MEN: Sexual dysfunction refers to difficulties engaging in sexual intercourse. Sexual dysfunction encompasses a variety of disorders that affect sex drive, ability to achieve or maintain an erection; the ability to ejaculate, and/or achieve an orgasm.