Erectile dysfunction and women’s Sexual dysfunction

Both men and women may suffer from sexual dysfunction. There are different conditions involved in sexual dysfunction. This may include diminished libido, poor excitation, erectile dysfunction, and difficulties achieving orgasm. The recommended treatment will vary based on the symptoms.

For women, diminished libido is the most common complaint. Hormone deficiency is at the top of the list as a cause. At Florida Anti-Aging Center, we can optimize the hormones involved in libido (there are more than 1 involved)  and in about 80% of women, the issue is resolved, if not even “better than ever.” Women are complex however, and diminished libido can also involve the mind (relationship issues) or more exotic hormones like oxytocin. Oxytocin is the hormone of breastfeeding that promotes closeness in a relationship. It can also increase libido, orgasm and orgasm intensity. Conventional doctors are unfamiliar with this alternative. There is also a peptide that greatly improves libido, sexual function, and orgasm potential and intensity. This is an injectable and must be discussed individually.

For women, if it is not a libido issue, then excitation needs to be addressed. For some, restoring local hormones can help with the dryness that may cause discomfort and diminish excitation, there are also topical compounds that can improve excitation. Women may also try the medications that men use to improve blood flow like Viagra with some responding. Along a different line, there are also sublingual trochees that can be used for libido and orgasms potential.

For men, excitation is more often the complaint, although libido issues also occur. Traditionally, conventional medicine reaches for Viagra, or any of the newer ones like Levitra, Stendra or Cialis. These can improve excitation, but generally not libido. Many men have no or only partial response to this intervention. The reason is for men, multiple issues can contribute to it, including hormonal, mental, and circulatory. Testing and correcting testosterone to optimal levels is paramount to success, and this can get much better results than using circulatory medications like Viagra alone.

There are also other options for men Oxytocin (see above) can also improve libido, relationship closeness, and orgasm potential and intensity. They are also candidates for injectable peptides that can also improve libido, orgasm, and orgasm potential. Sublingual testosterone trochees can also be used with high success.

Failure to all of these methods is rare, but for men, local injections or surgery are the final options to achieved successful intercourse.

For a full evaluation, and discussion of treatment options for you, come to Florida Anti-Again Center.