Throughout adulthood, both men and women are faced with many challenges pertaining to their sexual health and wellness. While many people may feel a sense of embarrassment or fear to address these issues with their doctor —they are not alone.
According to the Massachusetts Male Aging Study organized in the late eighties, erectile dysfunction (ED) affects more than 50% of men that are between the ages of 40 and 70. Experts say that the number of women experiencing sexual displeasure in the bedroom is not correctly reported due to the awkwardness of admitting it. The Sexual Wellness Program at Young for Life Medical can help address issues such as low libido and poor lubrication to muscle memory and erectile dysfunction with a variety of professional-grade compounded treatments.
Men can grapple with several obstacles that can interfere with their sexual health and function, but this does not mean they are not able to enjoy an active sex life. The distress of a weakening libido and erectile dysfunction can be improved with the Sexual Wellness Program. For men, the program contains:
Your physician may consider a compounded injectable prescription that is available if the desired results are not reached using the tablets alone.
Aside from declining levels of estrogen, women can experience vaginal dryness as a result of emotional and psychological influences, such as anxiety and stress. Stress can trigger insufficient blood flow which interferes with natural lubrication causing painful sexual intercourse and the thinning of important vaginal tissues. To assist the sexual wellness needs of women, the Sexual Wellness Program includes:
Don’t let these current issues control your bedroom activity, damage your self-confidence or stand in the way of intimate relationships. Experience what it feels like to live a vibrant and balanced life. Schedule a consultation at Young For Life Medical today.
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