Our therapy helps women enhance their sexuality, reduce fatigue and depression, and continue to look and feel younger.
Hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) often has a negative impact on the health and quality of life of women; however, many women do not mention—let alone discuss—this issue with their physicians. Providers of gynecologic services have the opportunity to address this subject with their patients.
- Physical pain with intercourse, tampon use, or pelvic exam
- Difficulty lubricating
- Lack of interest or pleasure, and difficulty experiencing orgasm
- Anxiety about current or future sexual activity
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In the Sexual Health Clinic, women of all ages can feel comfortable discussing sensitive concerns related to sexual health care. Our staff is specially trained to provide expert consultation and support at all stages of treatment or recovery.
Our clinic provides professional services for women’s for the restoration of sexual health for the following areas:
- O-Shot (Orgasm Shot)
- HRT therapy
Our services help our clients return to a fulfilling sex life and feel more confident in today’s society.
The Surprising O-Shot Benefits
Bathing the area of the vaginal canal, clitoris, and urethra in growth factors can heighten sexual desire, increase natural vaginal moisture, facilitate the ability to experience orgasm, and decrease the involuntary leakage (urinary incontinence) some women experience while jumping, sneezing, coughing, or laughing after having given birth.
The primary reason women get an O Shot is to maximize the probability of achieving vaginally activated orgasms and improving the intensity of clitoral orgasms. Additional benefits include a tightening of vaginal tissue and decreased pain during intercourse.
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HRT boosts women’s sexual interest
Hormone replacement therapy massively boosts sexual interest in post-menopausal women, suggests a new study.
Women taking HRT therapy, typically used to treat symptoms of menopause such as “hot flashes”, reported a 44% increase in sexual interest in the recent trial. Researchers say this finding supports the idea that the hormone treatment, which consists of HGH and testosterone, can help women frustrated by a decline in libido following menopause.
Menopause has a huge impact on women, leading sometimes to bone loss known as osteoporosis and facial hair growth. The hormonal changes of menopause can also lead to clitoral atrophy and vaginal dryness, which can make sex less pleasurable.
If you are interested in reversing the effects time can have on sexual health, especially as it relates to the feminine anatomy, we invite you to find out more about the O-Shot by contacting the Sexual Health Clinic today. We would be happy to schedule a consultation and help you get started on your way to even more fulfilling and satisfying physical experiences.