Low Libido and Sexual Desire for Women

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Do you masturbate just to make sure everything is still working? How about rediscovering how to bring sexy back with your partner? According to a recent survey, not only are 80 percent of women putting their health last – after their children, spouses, and even pets- but 62 percent of women admitted to not being satisfied with their sex lives. Low libido can seriously upend a relationship. One partner may be more sexually active while the other may not be able to seem to find the drive. Fortunately, women can seek out a hormone doctor to ask about hormone replacement therapy to help. While it is normal for sexual desires to fluctuate over time, it is vital to be aware of when a lowered libido has been the norm for a while. Our doctors will help pinpoint the underlying cause and offer a treatment option that works specifically for your needs.

Causes for Low Libido in Women

There are many reasons why women suffer from low libido. Stress caused by finances, work, or relationships can impact sex drive. You may need to get more sleep or address specific issues in your relationship to fully get your sex life back on track. Other common causes include:

  • Chronic illnesses
  • Mental health problems
  • Injuries
  • Hormonal imbalances caused by certain medications
  • Smoking or alcohol abuse
  • Psychological issues

It is also essential to realize some women have naturally low libido due to genetics. However, if you had a high libido for most of your life and suddenly it goes away, then it is crucial to take action.

Symptoms of low libido in women

A lowered sex drive is the primary symptom of low libido. You may never have any sexual thoughts or fantasies when you used to think about it quite frequently. You may even lose interest in all forms of sexual activity, including masturbation. It is usual for people to go through dry spells, but when you become concerned with your lack of desire, it is time to see a specialist.

Treatments for Low Libido in Women

You have several options when it comes to boosting your libido. You may need injections of peptides, testosterone, or oxytocin. At Focal Point Vitality, you can also undergo Bremelanotide, also known as PT 141. This is an FDA-approved product used to help treat sexual dysfunction in women. Some people have even called it the “Women’s Viagra” because so many women see an increase in sexual desire after taking it. Our doctors will look at your overall health to determine which course of action would likely help you the most.

Menopause Treatments Scottsdale ArizonaTestosterone Therapy: Is it for Women?

Testosterone is a hormone known as an androgen. It’s often thought of as a “male” hormone. However, women’s bodies also produce testosterone. Our bodies use it to make a form of estrogen called estradiol. As we get older, our testosterone levels also decline, and some are interested in taking testosterone, not only to enhance their sex drive, but also to improve muscle strength, bone density, or mood, which are other possible benefits attributed to this therapy.

Testosterone is critical to the balance of overall hormones in women and is often overlooked by many professionals.

PT 141

Palatin Technologies’ PT 141. also known as Bremelanotide, is used to enhance one’s sex life. After years of experimenting with PT 141 with clinical trials on both men and women, and being passed around from one pharmaceutical company to the next, in 2016, the FDA finally approved it to be used to treat sexual dysfunction in women. In the study of approximately 300 women, most of them experienced improved sexual desire. Therefore, if one decides to use PT 141, they most likely will see an

increase in sexual activity. Called the “Women’s Viagra,” because this is the first real, honest-to-God, horny-making, body-shaking, equal-opportunity aphrodisiac and it’s time women get to enjoy sex again too!

Oxytocin Therapy for Low Libido in Women

Oxytocin is a hormone secreted by the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland, a pea-sized structure at the base of the brain. It’s sometimes known as the “cuddle hormone” or the “love hormone,” because it is released when people snuggle up or bond socially. Oxytocin is a particularly important hormone for women. Your doctor at Focal Point Vitality can walk you through this solution.

Contact Focal Point Vitality

If you are ready to learn even more about the advantages of any of these treatments, then contact Focal Point Vitality today to schedule with one of our professionals. Our hormone replacement therapy clinic seeks to locate the underlying cause of your problems so that you end up with better all-around health. It is not enough to just handle the symptoms; we aim to make sure your entire body feels great so that you can live your best life.

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