About Sexual Health
Sexual health is an important role in our physical and emotional health and it requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and our wellness. Learn more about how Transformyou can help you achieve your sexual health goals through our services below.
Erectile dysfunction is characterized by the regular, repeated inability to obtain or maintain an erection. There are many known issues that may cause erectile dysfunction including taking anti-depressant drugs, aging, diabetes, performance anxiety stress, and smoking, just to name a few. There are no formal tests to diagnose erectile dysfunction though some blood tests are generally done to exclude certain underlying diseases. Treatment of erectile dysfunction depends on the cause. Medications are often the first treatment tried for erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation (PE). For most men who have trouble keeping an erection firm enough for sex (erectile dysfunction), these medications work well and cause few side effects.
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Recent studies have shown that over 43% of the women in the United States experience little or no sexual satisfaction from orgasm and only 25% achieve orgasm with intercourse. Fortunately, there are libido treatments for women who desire greater sexual fulfillment, greater intimacy and enhanced relationships. Among the most popular are Oxytocin and Testosterone and another peptide called PT 141.
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Call 480-839-4131 to schedule a consultation regarding libido treatments. You may also fill out a consultation request webform located throughout the site and someone from our office will be in touch with you at a time that is convenient for you to schedule your free consult. During your first office visit we will discuss your medical history and start with a dosage that fits your needs.
All patients always work directly with one of our Doctors to ensure patient safety and confidentiality.