No matter what your gender, declining reproductive hormone levels can bring many expected changes to your life, including low energy and weight gain. What you may not have anticipated, however, is how shifting hormones would affect your sexual functioning and your libido. Ahmed Assif, MD, medical aesthetician Nada Rami, and their team at Ô de Rose Med Spa in Tustin, California, offer comprehensive treatment solutions, including vaginal rejuvenation and testosterone injections, to women and men in the greater Orange County area. To learn more, call or schedule an appointment online today.
As you approach menopause, your body produces lower levels of estrogen, one of the main reproductive hormones that controls menstruation and fertility. Because estrogen also plays an important role in maintaining normal elasticity, acidity, and lubrication of vaginal tissue, declining estrogen levels can make your vaginal tissues drier, thinner, less elastic, and more fragile.
Although vaginal dryness is the main sign of vaginal atrophy, other common symptoms include:
Younger women don’t usually experience vaginal atrophy, but fluctuating estrogen levels following childbirth or while nursing can cause similar symptoms.
Dr. Assif and his team can address severe vaginal dryness and related symptoms with a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment that uses advanced radiofrequency (RF) technology.
RF vaginal rejuvenation tightens external and internal vulvovaginal tissue through controlled heat, resulting in softer, thicker skin and improved moisture both internally and externally to improve overall comfort and restore sexual function.
In just a few quick, in-office treatment sessions, RF vaginal rejuvenation can reverse vaginal atrophy and provide complete symptom relief.
Although you don’t go through menopause like women do, aging men do experience a decline in testosterone, the male reproductive hormone associated with muscle strength, bone density, sex drive, and sperm production.
After your testosterone levels peak in early adulthood, they level off and then begin to decline gradually, usually starting at about the age of 30. Approximately 40% of men past the age of 45 have measurably low testosterone levels, a condition known as hypogonadism.
As you age, decreased libido and sexual dysfunction can often be linked to testosterone deficiency. Low testosterone levels can also cause erectile dysfunction (ED), or the inability to get or keep an erection that’s firm enough for normal sexual intercourse.
ED can be a short-term issue or a long-term problem. Although it isn’t considered an inevitable consequence of aging, ED does affect older men more often — experts estimate that about half of all men between the ages of 40-70 have some degree of ED.
The Ô de Rose Med Spa team offers a variety of minimally invasive treatment options for men affected by ED. If you have low testosterone levels, hormone injections may be all you need to restore erectile function and improve your sex drive, too.
For ED that isn’t necessarily related to low testosterone, they provide other injectable medications designed to increase blood flow into your penis. Penile injection therapy is widely recognized as one of the most effective non-surgical treatments for ED.
If you’d like to increase your endowment, the team also offers minimally invasive dermal fillers specifically designed for male enhancement. Safe, effective, and long-lasting, penile enhancement dermal fillers can increase the length, and possibly the girth, of your penis without surgery or downtime.
To learn more about any of the wellness treatments on offer at Ô de Rose Med Spa, call or schedule an appointment online today.
*Individual results may vary
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