Male Low Libido

Male Low Libido

Male Low Libido Orlando

Male Low Libido (Sexual Desire)

Hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) in men is the decrease, deficiency, or absence of sexual thoughts, fantasies, and the desire for sexual activity. These symptoms cause personal distress.

HSDD can be caused by several factors that affect individuals and couples, which could be divided into biological, psychological, and social factors. Medical conditions requiring medication usage, hormonal deficiencies, and relationship challenges can all contribute to HSDD.

A thorough history and physical exam with laboratory studies should be made to devise an optimal and efficacious treatment plan.


Treatments are based on the cause of the condition and prescribing of the appropriate therapy.

If it is determined that the patient has low testosterone, then supplementation should be provided and monitored routinely.

Behavioral health modifications are often recommended, including refraining from or limiting the use of alcohol to moderate usage, discontinuation of smoking, improving sleep habits, participating in regular exercise, and developing healthy eating habits.

In certain situations, the use of a sex therapist may be recommended. This therapy is often optimized if the patient’s partner or spouse participates in therapy sessions.

If you are experiencing this condition, please contact our office at NV Medical Orlando for a private and confidential consultation with our Board-Certified Urologist today.

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction

Orlando Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is an inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient to perform satisfactory sexual intercourse. The spectrum of Erectile Dysfunction can also include premature ejaculation.

Erectile Dysfunction may result from psychological, neurological, hormonal, and vascular conditions. In addition, ED can be caused by disruption or impairment of the smooth muscle function of the penis.

There are numerous potential conditions that can put one at risk for ED. These can include:

  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Metabolic Syndromes
  • Advancing Age
  • Anti-Hypertensive Medications
  • Medications for depression, anxiety, psychological disorders, and chemical imbalances
  • Medications for Enlarged Prostate
  • Low Testosterone

There are several lifestyle changes that can improve and reduce the risk of developing ED. These can include:

  • Weight Reduction
  • Exercise
  • Cessation of Smoking
  • Modification of Anti-hypertensive Medications
  • Modification of Medications for Depression and Psychological Disorders

At NV Medical Orlando, our Board-Certified Urologist and Advanced Practice Providers will provide a thorough and confidential evaluation which includes a physical exam, blood work when appropriate, and additional diagnostic studies to identify the cause of your ED and develop an appropriate treatment plan while taking the patient’s needs and additional medical conditions into consideration.

Contact our office for a personal and private consultation today!

Female Urinary Incontinence

Female Urinary Incontinence

Female Urinary Incontinence Orlando

Urinary Incontinence is defined as loss of bladder control and subsequent leakage of urine. The cause of urinary leakage can be variable. However, this article will focus on the type of urinary incontinence that can be addressed and treated at NV Medical Orlando. Stress Urinary Incontinence is a specific type of incontinence that is associated with leakage of urine with activities that cause an increase in abdominal pressure. These activities can include jumping, running, sneezing, coughing, exercising, and heavy lifting.

This condition most commonly occurs after pregnancy and childbirth, after weight gain, after pelvic floor surgery, such as a hysterectomy, and during the normal aging process.


Pelvic Floor Therapy is physical therapy for the pelvis. It is an intensive program that typically consists of 1-2 sessions per week for 6-8 weeks

Surgical Correction:

After a thorough evaluation by a Urologist or a Urogynecologist, recommendation for surgical intervention may be made. These can include placing bulking material in your urethra, placement of a sling with mesh, graft material or use of your own tissue to support the urethra.

Minimally Invasive Vaginal Therapy

Viveve Radiofrequency Technology uses cryogen cooled radiofrequency to heat and cool tissue in the vaginal area, which is designed to improve vaginal laxity and treat stress urinary incontinence. The treatment is done discreetly, is painless, and takes 45 mins to 1 hour to complete. Most patients start to notice the improvement in symptoms in 1 month but it may take a full six months for maximum improvement.

Female low Sex drive

Female low Sex drive

Female low Sex drive Orlando

Low Libido (Lack of Sexual Desire)

If you are experiencing a lack of sexual desire and lack of sexual thoughts for 6 or more months which has become troublesome to you, then you may be experiencing Hypoactive Sexual Desire Dysfunction.

Female low libido or decreased sexual desire and interest can have multiple causes. These symptoms may be attributed to biological factors that can include hormonal causes, medical health factors, medications; In addition, symptoms can be attributed to psychological factors including relationship stress, mental illness and history of sexual abuse.

Inability to obtain an orgasm

If you are experiencing persistent or recurrent reduced intensity, delay, infrequency or absence of sexual orgasm following a normal excitement/arousal phase with adequate stimulation, you may have a condition called Anorgasmia. If your orgasms are infrequent or you are having difficulty climaxing or your orgasms are of weak intensity, then you may have a condition called Hypo-orgasmia.

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy Orlando

Typical Warning Signs in Men and Women that indicate the Need for Hormone Replacement Therapy

Does it seem like you’re having trouble dropping off to sleep? Are you weaker than usual? Do you have the energy to go through the day, or are you battling fatigue? Possible indications that bioidentical hormone replacement therapy could benefit you are as follows: Clients who undergo bioidentical hormone replacement therapy report feeling more energised, stronger, more focused, and lighter after only a few sessions. Bioidentical estrogen and/or testosterone are slowly released into the body through hormone pellets on a continual basis. Contact a NV Medical Orlando physician right away if you believe you could benefit from hormone replacement therapy.

Reasons to Consider Hormone Replacement Therapy

Both sexes are socialized to believe that aging causes the problems they experience (decreased sex desire, menopausal symptoms, weight gain, weariness, and loss of mental clarity). Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, however, may cure many of these symptoms immediately. Signs in Women- Menopause The decrease of estrogen after menopause may increase the risk of heart disease, colon cancer, osteoporosis, and diabetes in women, among other major health implications. Hormone replacement therapy may be an option for women who exhibit the following symptoms:  

  • Nighttime sleeping difficulties
  • Reduced muscular strength
  • Reduced sexual desire
  • Low energy, exhaustion, and weariness
  • Gain of weight, especially in the abdomen and belly
  • Reduced mental acuity and difficulty focusing
  • Hair loss
  • Dryer skin
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Menstrual periods terminate gradually
  • Irritability, anxiety, or depression
  • Lack of weight loss despite a healthy diet and lifestyle
  • Muscle and/or joint discomfort
  • Reduced muscular strength

Signs in Men- Andropause Even while males don’t experience a marked change in their bodies as women do after menopause, testosterone levels begin to drop steadily around the age of 30. Treatment with bioidentical hormones may give them more stamina and help them avoid serious illnesses. Hormone replacement therapy may be an option for men who exhibit the following Andropause symptoms:  

  • Weakness, fatigue, or low energy
  • Inability to attain or maintain an erection
  • Lack of mental clarity and concentration issues
  • Lack of desire
  • Excessive weight gain
  • Loss of hair
  • Dryer skin
  • irritability, anxiety, or depression
  • Lost muscle mass
  • Experiencing fatigue and irritability

How Hormone Replacement Therapy Works

The pellets used in natural hormone replacement therapy are about the size of a tic-tac and contain hormones like estrogen and/or testosterone. These are implanted subcutaneously to supply a steady and gradual dose of hormones tailored to the individual. Natural hormone replacement therapy is growing in popularity, but it’s important to talk to your doctor before starting any treatment to make sure it’s safe and effective for you.

Positive Effects of Hormone Replacement Therapy

Most people considering natural hormone therapy are curious about its advantages and the results of long-term clinical investigations. When it comes to menopause symptoms, natural estrogen therapy has been shown to be the most effective treatment for women. For conditions such as mood swings, sleep disturbances, gaining weight, and sweating excessively. In addition to promoting overall health, natural estrogen helps reduce menopausal sexual symptoms such as vaginal dryness and discomfort during sex. When used as part of a comprehensive preventive healthcare plan, natural estrogen therapy may be an invaluable tool. Estrogen treatment has been shown in several clinical investigations to reduce the risk of bone loss and osteoporosis. More research has shown that natural estrogen treatment may improve overall health by lowering the risk of heart disease, stroke, dementia, and mood swings. The capacity to aid women with early-onset menopause is a crucial aspect of natural hormone treatment. A hysterectomy, either partial or total, may cause this. Loss of one or both ovaries reduces estrogen levels in the body. Constantly exposing yourself to this risk might cause issues related to low estrogen levels.

How NV Medical Orlando Meets Your HRT Needs

Hormone replacement therapy may help you or someone you know who is experiencing these signs. Hormone pellet treatment, which NV Medical Orlando employs to restore health, mimics the body’s natural hormone production. A thorough NV Medical Orlando blood work study is used to determine the ideal hormone levels for each individual patient. As a result, bioidentical estrogen and testosterone are released into the circulation through hormone pellet implants put under the skin. Bioidentical hormones are a natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy since they are biologically identical to the hormones your body produces. Each pellet contains a tiny amount of bioidentical hormones that are released straight into the bloodstream 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for up to five months. NV Medical Orlando is where you will find a dedicated and competent medical professional on your health journey via hormone replacement therapy. During your first visit, we’ll take a comprehensive look at your health to determine the root of your problems, determine your hormone levels, and more. After that, our dedicated physician will develop a personalised treatment plan for you, one that will balance your hormones and your whole body. We will keep a close eye on how you’re doing in therapy and make any necessary modifications. NV Medical Orlando is dedicated to giving each patient a one-of-a-kind experience and specialized care, so you’ll never feel like you’re falling through the cracks. Contact us by submitting a form on our website or call us at 407-730-4244 to schedule your consultation.

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