Being intimate with your partner is normal and healthy, but sometimes pregnancy, age, and hormonal changes can make it difficult. Low sex drive, pain during intercourse, vaginal dryness and urinary incontinence are symptoms that can prevent a woman from enjoying intercourse. The good news is, Louisiana Women’s Healthcare offers a team of experts who are dedicated to addressing your sexual health concerns in an inclusive and supportive environment.
As we age, estrogen levels decline, potentially leading to vaginal changes and discomfort that can cause a woman to become disinterested in sex or intercourse to feel painful. It’s not uncommon for women to experience these changes during perimenopause, menopause and even after childbirth. Loss of intimate sensation, vaginal dryness, laxity, and hormone imbalances, are concerns that make women back away from the intimate activities they used to enjoy.
At Louisiana Women’s Healthcare, our intimate wellness program helps women understand the wide range of issues that may be contributing to decreased sexual drive and or satisfaction. We offer a wide range of therapies that address the unique symptoms that may be holding you back from enjoying a healthy sex life.
There are treatments available to address common conditions which affect a woman’s Intimate Wellness and quality of life, such as:
To determine which intimate wellness treatments are best for you, your physician at Louisiana Women’s Healthcare will review your symptoms and medical history. Your physician will complete a physical examination, discuss your desired outcome and might have you undergo blood tests to assess your hormone levels.
Addressing your intimate wellness needs all begins with a conversation in a safe container of dialogue. Talk with your doctor, as the physicians at Louisiana Women’s Healthcare are here to listen to you and help you find the treatment that best fits you. To learn more about our intimate wellness program, or to see if these treatments are right for you, schedule a consultation online, through MyOchsner, or by phone (225) 201-2010.