Total Urology Care of New York
Urology & Uro-Gynecology
Our all female physicians at Total Urology Care help women overcome painful sex and other sexual problems, unique to women, including loss of desire and orgasm. They will answer all your questions, without any judgment, about how your body works, from the most basic to the complex. Many times the answer involves less of a medical approach, and more information and connection with your partner. Either way, we’ll help you get back to a more fulfilling intimate life by increasing your knowledge, helping you manage your pain, frustration, lack of desire or completion.
Female Sexual Health
Understanding an individual women’s sexual satisfaction can be complicated. Physical intimacy in women is a new area of research. Problems with sexual health can be physiological, as much as they can be caused by a lack of understanding of one’s body, a partner’s lack of understanding, or the emotions\al environment surrounding the sexual encounter. Dr. Kavaler can compassionately and confidentially work with you to help you understand the origin of your concerns and plan a path to sexual wellness. She will try to answer your questions, without any judgment, about how your body works, from the most basic to the complex. Often, the answer involves less of a medical approach, and more about understanding our bodies and what we can expect from them. Either way, we can work with you to get back to a more fulfilling intimate life by increasing your knowledge and helping you manage the physical impediments that you may experience that interfere with a satisfying sex life.
Below you will find answers to our most commonly asked questions. If you don't find the answer you are looking for please contact us at (212) 218-3900.
What causes painful sex and what is available to treat it?
Painful sex, or dyspareunia occurs for many reasons. Lack of lubrication and tight muscles are two problems that can develop due to physical and emotional issues.
When estrogen levels decline at menopause, the vagina may become dry, less elastic, and more fragile, which leads to painful intercourse. This condition, called vaginal atrophy, affects as many as half of all postmenopausal women. Other times, it may be that more time or stimulation is needed for the body to respond and lubricate. Schedule an appointment with us and we’ll figure things out. You’ll receive the appropriate treatment for any underlying health conditions. If your physical health is fine, our physicians will find the solution that improves your sex life, from behavior modification to medical options.
What other problems affect women’s sexual health?
Total Urology Care of New York we can help with the physiologic aspects of your sexual health. These are a few examples of common sexual problems they treat:
- Loss of sexual desire, or low libido
- Impaired arousal, or lack of lubrication
- Inability to achieve an orgasm, either delayed orgasm or no orgasm
Many women experience these problems, either occasionally or all the time. Like painful sex, each one has many possible causes. You don’t need to accept painful sex or other sexual problems as something you just have to live with. At Total Urology Care of New York, we strive to help you overcome female sexual health problems to regain a healthy, enjoyable sex life. Call the office and schedule an appointment today.
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