Maintaining a healthy diet can absolutely help with erectile dysfunction. A man’s ability to get an erection involves various internal systems, including hormones, blood vessels, nerves, muscles, and, of course, the brain. If any of these systems are slightly off, a man may experience symptoms of erectile dysfunction. A healthy diet, consisting of whole, unprocessed, …Read More
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Category Archives: Sexual Health
CORE Intima is an in-office, laser treatment that stimulates the body to naturally increase collagen production. This natural response revitalizes soft tissue tone, texture, and appearance in the vaginal canal and external vulva. During treatment, a single-use, sterile handpiece delivers light energy to the tissues in and around the vagina. This results in remodeling of …Read More
Not in the mood? It may be uncomfortable to talk about, but a low sex drive in young women happens more than you think. According to a recent poll highlighted by Stylecaster 48% of young women report a low libido. Once the possible causes and symptoms of your low sex drive are revealed, no matter …Read More
Sex - it’s not just for reproduction and pleasure; it’s also imperative to your overall well-being! There are many surprising health benefits to having an active sex life, ranging from better-looking skin to reducing your risk of serious disease. Unfortunately, we often overlook or minimize the importance of our sexual health. Here are some of …Read More
Q: “What can I do to make the scars from my upcoming transition less noticeable?” Answered by Dr. Ciro Martins, Board-Certified Dermatologist* I’m glad you asked, for there is quite a lot you can do to minimize transition scarring. Gender reassignment often requires multiple surgeries to alter the appearance and function of existing sexual characteristics. …Read More
In most cases, yes! Specialized laser treatments have shown to be highly effective for reducing discomfort during intercourse, especially for menopausal women. Painful sex, clinically known as dyspareunia, can be caused by a wide range of physical and psychological conditions, but the primary cause is vaginal dryness, a common symptom of menopause. Menopause is a …Read More