Sexual Dysfunction and Hormone Deficiency

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Sexual dysfunction is one of the most common age-related conditions that can affect both men and women. Hormonal Replacement Therapy (HRT) is one of the best and most effective ways to boost libido and even treat erectile dysfunction (ED) in men.

Sexual dysfunction therapy helps people on both physical and emotional levels. Low sex drive, painful sexual intercourse, and difficulty in getting aroused can put a lot of pressure on relationships.


Sexual dysfunction treatment can help both physically and emotionally. A reduced sex drive, difficulty becoming aroused, and painful intercourse are all issues that can put a strain on a couple’s relationship.

Sexual Dysfunction and Low Testosterone Levels

Low testosterone production is one of the most common causes of ED. When the cause is diagnosed, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) can treat the condition.

ED is the inability to attain or maintain an erection to have sexual intercourse normally. It is not only about achieving an erection but also about the inability to sustain the erection for enough time to perform sexually.

After the age of 30, the normal level of testosterone starts to decline gradually. Low testosterone levels are associated with many changes in the quality of life including erections. Our Testosterone Replacement Therapy has helped a lot of men and treated their sexual dysfunctions.

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Female Sexual Dysfunction

Females also experience sexual dysfunction, especially during and after menopause. Low libido and difficulty in reaching orgasms are the most common symptoms of hormonal sexual dysfunction. 

Thanks to TV commercials, most people have heard about erectile dysfunction for men. Fewer people know that women can also experience sexual dysfunction, especially after menopause. A reduced sex drive (low libido), difficulty reaching orgasm, vaginal dryness, and painful intercourse are the most common signs of hormone-related sexual dysfunction in women. These symptoms do not necessarily affect all women. But for many of them, they reduce the quality of life significantly.

Causes of Sexual Dysfunction in Women

There are many causes of sexual dysfunction among women including hormonal changes associated with menopause. Decreasing estrogen levels can lead to changes in the female genitalia and reduce sexual activity and responsiveness because the amount of blood reaching the pelvic region is lower than usual. After menopause, genital sensation decreases, and females need more time to be aroused and reach orgasms.

Unfortunately, low libido can lead to further sexual problems. When women are not sexually active for a long time, the lining of the vagina becomes thinner and less elastic, which causes painful intercourse and reduces the libido even more. After a while, this can cause depression and anxiety.

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Female Sexual Dysfunction Treatment

Hormone Replacement Therapy is the best treatment for female sexual dysfunction, especially estrogen, which improves sexual function by making the vagina more elastic and increasing its tone. Over time, the vaginal lubrication and blood flow will return to normal.

For more information, check our Estrogen Replacement Therapy Los Angeles and Menopause Hormone Treatment Los Angeles and let our doctors customize the best hormonal replacement therapy for you.

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