Sexual Dysfunction Therapy

Sexual Dysfunction Therapy Overland Park KS | Kansas City

Female sexual dysfunction is common and there are many new therapies that are now available. The first step is to realize that there are many different types of problems that can affect your enjoyment of sexual intimacy. The causes are often multi factorial.

Sexual dysfunction can be divided into desire, arousal, orgasmic problems and sexual pain disorders. Together we will work through each of your unique issues and try to get each one resolved.

Sexual dysfunction affects between 19% and 50% of all women and the first step is discussing with us the issues that you are struggling with. This typically involves a thorough history and physical examination. The duration and the onset of the problem are very important in understanding the etiology or trigger to your symptoms.

For each of the different types of sexual dysfunction the therapies will be different. While hormone abnormalities are often involved there are many other causes of problems of low desire and poor arousal. Many new therapies are now available including multiple sex therapists throughout Kansas City that specializes in couples therapy. There are new pharmacologic interventions as well as simple office-based procedures such as FemiLift and O Shot that might be right for you and your particular needs.

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Our mission at the Urogynecology Center is to provide the highest level of care possible for women with incontinence, pelvic pain and/or pelvic organ prolapse. We provide this care in an individualized and highly compassionate manner, always keeping the needs of the patient in the forefront.

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