Men and women are equally at risk for
developing conditions that lead to discomfort during sex, and even eliminate
sexual activity all together.
Painful intercourse, lack of desire, or the
inability to become aroused or have sexual climax could be signs of a physical
disorder, which could be easily treatable with therapies and surgery.
Common medical causes that can lead to sexual dysfunction include heart disease, diabetes, and hormone issues. Psychological issues such as depression, anxiety, work-related stress, and relationship or marriage problems may also contribute to lack of sexual drive. Our specialists assess every patient to determine the causes surrounding a condition and determine the best course of treatment.
Common sexual health conditions and procedures include: