Sexual Enhancement
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        •   Experience improve libido, orgasmic intensity, arousal and erectile function, increase fertility and enhance conception rates
        •   Reverse anorgasmia, frigidity, premature ejaculation, sexual inhibition syndrome

Successfully Treating Impotence

  • Over 10 million men and their partners suffer the effects of impotence unnecessarily. One out of every 10 men share this condition.
  • Impotence is the inability to achieve or sustain an erection adequate for sexual intercourse.
  • The four basic causes of impotence are:
1. Hormonal
2. Psychological
3. Neurological
4. Vascular
  • There are a number of treatment options which enable most men, regardless of age, to overcome impotence.
  • Dr. Lee-Benner can show you safe, proven ways to enjoy sex again.

Diminished Libido in Women

  • In a 1997 study of women ages 35 to 55, 41 percent said they had experienced a temporary loss of interest in sex, 21 percent lacked desire for their partner and 10 percent had difficulty achieving orgasm.
  • Sexual dysfunction has been classified into four major categories:
1. Sexual desire disorders, including hypoactive sexual desire (HSD) and sexual aversion disorder. The prevalence of HSD in the overall population is estimated at about 20 percent. Women are twice as likely as men to suffer from HSD, but that figure may reflect the fact that men may be less likely to acknowledge the problem and seek help.
2. Sexual arousal disorders-This is defined as persistent or recurrent inability to attain, or to maintain until completion of sexual activity, an adequate lubrication-swelling response of sexual excitement. In women, a sexual arousal disorder is similar to an erectile disorder in men.
3. Orgasmic disorders- Generally regarded as the most common sexual dysfunction in women, they are defined as persistent or recurrent delay, or absence of orgasm following a normal sexual excitement phase. 70 percent of women, according to the Hite Report have at some time in their lives been unable to have an orgasm.
4. Sexual pain disorders-This includes dysparunia, or painful intercourse, and vaginismus, a recurrent or persistent involuntary spasm of the musculature of the outer third of the vagina that interferes with sexual intercourse. In the National Health and Social Life survey, 15 percent of women of all ages reported pain during sex; in other studies of menopausal women who do not receive estrogen therapy, the number exceeds 40 percent.
  • There are numerous treatment options which enable women, regardless of age, to achieve libininous solutions.
  • Dr. Lee-Benner will help you to delineate the causes of your sexual troubles, and go on to the next step, therapy- so that "I am not in the mood…" is not a permanent condition.

Recent newsletters:
A New Model of Female Sexual Desire
by Rosemary Basson, M.D.

Androgen Therapy in Women by Glenn Braunstein, M.D.

Androgen Therapy in Women -- A Review of Clinical Trial Data by Karen K. Miller, M.D.

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