Men’s & Women’s Sexual Health

Sex is an important part of a healthy relationship and a healthy lifestyle. If a medical condition is affecting your sex life, it could also have an impact on your mental health. Some issues are even serious enough to affect your general wellbeing if they go unaddressed. Whether you’re a man or a woman, the state of your sexual health is nothing to be embarrassed about. The urologists at Urology Associates have years of experience helping men and women overcome a wide range of conditions that affect sexual health.

Men’s Sexual Health

It’s easy for men to feel self-conscious about sexual issues. There’s a great deal of importance placed on male virility in today’s culture. If you are struggling with any of the following conditions, consider setting up an appointment at Urology Associates of Nashville.

  • Erectile Dysfunction: Erectile dysfunction (ED) can have a profound effect on a man’s confidence. We offer a number of solutions for ED, including medications, injections, and implants.
  • Low Testosterone: A low amount of the testosterone hormone isn’t just bad news for a man’s sexual performance, but for his wellbeing in general. We offer a wide range of solutions to help Nashville men restore their testosterone to normal levels.

Women’s Sexual Health

Women face at least as many sexual health conditions as men. Here are just a few sexual health issues that we treat at the Women’s Institute for Sexual Health, a division of Urology Associates.

  • Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder: For some women, sexual dysfunction is caused by an absence of sexual desire due to hypoactive sexual desire disorder. Similarly, sexual aversion disorder and female sexual arousal disorder can limit arousal by causing an aversion to sexual activity or limited arousal with sexual excitement. Our specialists can help identify these disorders and explore treatment with an individualized care.
  • Dyspareunia: Dyspareunia is defined as pain during intercourse, which may be caused by a number of different conditions such as vaginitis, interstitial cystitis, or vulvodynia. An accurate diagnosis and clinical treatment of these conditions can increase comfort and pleasure during sexual activity.
  • Female Orgasmic Disorder: Women with female orgasmic disorder experience a delay or absence of orgasm following sufficient sexual stimulation, and this can reduce the desire to participate in sexual activity.

We are also proud to offer MonaLisa Touch laser treatment, a simple procedure that takes less than 5 minutes to provide immediate and long-lasting relief for vaginal dryness, itching and burning. Learn more here.

If you have any questions about sexual health, reach out to the team at Urology Associates. Our 34 Nashville urologists are dedicated to providing effective and compassionate care. Call (888) 329-7700 to set up an appointment.

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