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Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine

Urologist located in Millburn, NJ

The goal of the team at the Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine in Millburn, New Jersey, is to bring caring and compassionate urology and sexual health medicine to all patients. Led by Stuart Shoengold, MD, the specialists focus on each patient’s needs to create a customized treatment plan that takes into consideration their lifestyle and goals. 

Sexual problems occur in 43% of American women and 31% of American men. To help combat this problem, the Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine incorporates a whole-body approach to set the stage for an experience of hope and resolution.

On the medical side, a team of specialists is experienced in diagnosing and treating Peyronie’s Disease, sexual dysfunction, erectile dysfunction, low testosterone and estrogen, and much more. The team relies on proven treatments like the O-Shot®, shockwave therapy, and penile prosthesis to restore quality of life. 

Physical therapists are also on staff at Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine to treat disorders related to the pelvic floor, including urinary dysfunction and incontinence, organ prolapse, and painful intercourse. Their intervention program consists of evaluation and treatment, cognitive behavioral therapy, exercises, manual therapy techniques, and modalities including pelvic floor biofeedback and electrical stimulation. 

To treat the emotional component of sexual health disorders, the Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine team also features licensed psychotherapists. 

You don’t have to live with sexual dysfunction and pain. To learn how the team at the Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine can make a difference in your life, call the office or book an appointment online today.

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The goal of the team at the Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine in Millburn, New Jersey, is to bring caring and compassionate urology and sexual health medicine to all patients. Led by Stuart Shoengold, MD, the specialists focus on each patient’s needs to create a customized treatment plan that takes into consideration their lifestyle and goals. 

Sexual problems occur in 43% of American women and 31% of American men. To help combat this problem, the Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine incorporates a whole-body approach to set the stage for an experience of hope and resolution.

On the medical side, a team of specialists is experienced in diagnosing and treating Peyronie’s Disease, sexual dysfunction, erectile dysfunction, low testosterone and estrogen, and much more. The team relies on proven treatments like the O-Shot®, shockwave therapy, and penile prosthesis to restore quality of life. 

Physical therapists are also on staff at Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine to treat disorders related to the pelvic floor, including urinary dysfunction and incontinence, organ prolapse, and painful intercourse. Their intervention program consists of evaluation and treatment, cognitive behavioral therapy, exercises, manual therapy techniques, and modalities including pelvic floor biofeedback and electrical stimulation. 

To treat the emotional component of sexual health disorders, the Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine team also features licensed psychotherapists. 

You don’t have to live with sexual dysfunction and pain. To learn how the team at the Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine can make a difference in your life, call the office or book an appointment online today.


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LITTLE KNOWN FACTS ABOUT SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION

 Sexual problems occur in 43 percent of American women

 Sexual problems occur in 31 percent of American men

 About 10 percent of women have never had an orgasm

 Painful intercourse has been experienced by almost two out of three women at some time in their lives

 It is common for breast-feeding women to have inadequate vaginal lubrication

 About 15 percent of postmenopausal women experience a decrease in their sexual desire

 The success rate for women's orgasmic dysfunction treatment by sex therapist tends to range from 65 percent to 85 percent 

 About 22 percent of women experience low sexual desire (compared to 5 percent of men)

 Some 21 percent of men experience premature ejaculation

 PA woman's level of androgen (a hormone that develops and maintains masculine characteristics) typically falls 50 percent during and after menopause (but its unclear whether the drop translates into decreased sex drive in a large percentage of women

 
Testimonials

Words from our patients

  • Healthgrades

    "Great experience. Very happy with Dr. Shoengold."

    Hilario S.
  • Healthgrades

    "Great bedside manners, very knowledgeable. He diagnosis me and helped me with my issues. He put me at ease."

    Robert R.
  • Healthgrades

    "He is a dedicated, well educated, compassionate doctor who takes a very good care of his patients. A very humble man."

    Steven L.
  • Healthgrades

    "Dr. Shoengold is excellent. He took the time to listen and to my issues and explained my treatment options. Very knowledgeable doctor."

    Jessica
Location
Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine
225 Millburn Avenue, Suite 304
Millburn, NJ 07041
Phone: 973-218-9400
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973-218-9400