PRP Therapy for Female Sexual Wellness
Sexual Dysfunction is a topic that most people avoid and the condition is quite common and affects millions of women each year. Sexual Dysfunction, also referred to as Psychosexual Dysfunction, can not only disrupt the quality of one’s sex life, but it can also erode a person’s self-esteem and intimate relationships. In general, Sexual Dysfunction is a physical and/or psychological disorder that prevents sufferers from experiencing sexual arousal or satisfaction. While Sexual Dysfunction impacts both men and women, it affects them in different ways.
Fortunately, advances in the field of platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy have shown great potential in improving sexual dysfunction and overall sexual wellness. ReGenMed of Oakbrook Terrace is led by board-certified and emergency physician, Dr. Manohar Jethani, where he offers PRP Therapy for Sexual Dysfunction to the women of Chicago and the surrounding areas. Dr. Jethani specializes in helping you look and feel your best.
What Is Sexual Dysfunction?
Sexual Dysfunction describes physical and/or psychological disturbances that occur during the sexual response cycle that prevents an individual’s or a couple’s sexual satisfaction. The sexual response cycle includes overall sexual desire and can be broken down into four distinct phases — excitement, arousal, orgasm, and plateau.
What Are The Types Of Sexual Dysfunction?
- Desire disorders — A diminished or absent desire for sexual activity.
- Arousal disorders — The psychical or psychological inability to become excited or aroused during sexual activity.
- Orgasm disorders —Delayed or absent orgasms.
- Pain disorders — Persistent pain during sexual activity.
Who Is Affected By Sexual Dysfunction?
Sexual Dysfunction can affect women at any age. However, the disorder is more common in females who are over 40 because Sexual Dysfunction is often associated with age-related declines in overall health.
What Are The Symptoms Of Female Sexual Dysfunction?
- Anorgasmia – The inability to achieve orgasm.
- Insufficient vaginal lubrication before and during sexual activity.
- Painful intercourse due to endometriosis, involuntary spasms, an inability to relax the vaginal muscles, and other causes.