Don’t try to wish the problem away—we can help.
A sexual health issue may leave you feeling embarrassed and frustrated — surely nobody else has a problem like this! But nothing could be further from the truth. About 50 percent of women will experience a sexual problem at some point in their lives. In fact, there are many things in your life that can lead to sexual problems, including medical conditions, behavioral health issues, medications, and even menopause. Above all else, seek help if you’re having a sexual health issue, because left untreated, sexual problems can have a profoundly negative impact on your overall quality of life.
We realize that sexual health problems may make you feel self-conscious. With that in mind, we are committed to helping put you at ease by providing an atmosphere that is professional, private and above all else, compassionate. And while addressing your physical concerns are important, we also take into account psychological, medical social, cultural, and relationship factors that may also be impacting your sexual function and health. We feel this comprehensive approach is the best way to help you restore your sexual health and wellness, revive your desire and passion and renew your intimacy.
Conditions we treat
In addition to full gynecologic services, we offer evaluation and treatment of:
- Decreased desire
- Delayed or absent orgasm
- Difficulty with arousal
- Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)
- Vulvar pain disorders (vulvodynia, vaginismus and vestibular pain)
- Behavioral health evaluation
- Cancer survivorship program
- Comprehensive evaluation, including a health history, medical and gynecologic exam
- Menopause counseling
- Onsite pelvic floor physical therapy
- Onsite sexual health products (in a private setting)
- Urogynecologic evaluation including pelvic floor disorders
Stay on Top of Screenings
At the Women’s Center, primary care and multi-specialty providers collaborate to address the whole person—both their emotional and physical well-being and understand the importance of incorporating both into the treatment, prevention and wellness services we offer. Gynecologic problems can surface at any age, from birth through adulthood. But as women age health screenings become more important. There’s a higher risk of colon and skin cancer and heart disease, changes in metabolism and a stepped-up need for cholesterol, thyroid and diabetes screening, bone density testing and more.
Insurance & Payment Options
Sexual Health consultation may be a covered benefit. Financial counselors are available to work with you to help determine your coverage eligibility.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with our sexual health program intake specialist Dr. Larkin, please call (513) 475-UC4U.