Helping you take back control of your sexual health and well-being.
Sexual expression and activity are a normal and healthy part of life. However, your relationships, the medicines you take and your environment can play a role in declining sexual health.
Female sexual dysfunction refers to any condition that affects intimate relationships enough to have a negative impact on a woman's quality of life.
Chronic pelvic pain is defined as pain involving the pelvis, anterior abdominal wall, lower back, and/or buttocks and lasting greater than six months. Chronic pelvic pain can impact a woman's sexual experience, as it is known to cause pain during intercourse and can result in problems with intimacy and sexual function.
At Methodist Physicians Clinic Women's Center Pelvic Pain & Sexual Medicine clinic, we can assist with issues such as:
- Diminished/lack of libido or arousal
- Diminished/inability to lubricate
- Delayed or absent orgasm
- Pain with intercourse
Our licensed therapist will meet with you to discuss your concerns, including relationship issues and things that have happened in the past that may be contributing factors.
Our multidisciplinary approach ensures you are able to access the specialized attention you need — always in a supportive, caring and highly personalized environment. We're successful because of our emphasis on understanding as much about you as possible.