Life is full of twists and turns, but the days of suffering in silence are over. At the Center for Female and Male Sexual Medicine you will have a team of specialists that will bring you back to life. Our dedicated team will focus on your individual needs, create a customized treatment plan and execute that plan with sensitivity and understanding. Unlike other urology groups…THIS IS our specialty, we are the best! Our sexual medicine team is here to support your every need. Our Doctors will take care of the medical side while our therapists will delve into the emotions and our physical therapy will provide you with tools that will heal. Our whole body approach will set the stage for an experience of hope and resolution.
Dr. Shoengold is a leading expert in the area of sexual medicine. As the director of the center, he brings technology, procedural know how, plus a wealth of experience to design a restoration program that far exceeds patient expectations.
Female Sexual Issues (FSD):
- Painful Sex
- Low Desire Arousal/Disorders
- Inability to Orgasm
- Persistent Gonadal Arousal Disorder
- Hormone Therapy
- Sex Therapy
- Physical Therapy
Male Sexual Issues (MSD):
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Shockwave Therapy
- Premature Ejaculation
- Low Testosterone
- Peyronie’s Disease/Xiaflex
- Penile Prosthesis
- Sex Therapy
- ED Therapy
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 therapists 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.
- A woman’s level of androgen (a hormone that develops and maintains masculine characteristics) typically falls 50 percent during and after menopause (but it’s unclear whether the drop translates into decreased sex drive in a large percentage of women).