Improved Female Sexual Wellness With Hormone Therapy

Hormone therapy is a wonderful way for women to improve their overall health and wellness. This is especially true as you age, as changes can occur during and after menopause that impact your sexual wellness. Drs. William Reno III and Paul Talbot of the Plastic Surgery Center of Hattiesburg in Hattiesburg, MS, can help you determine if you can benefit from hormone therapy to achieve balance and improve your sex life!

What Is Hormone Therapy?

Hormone therapy is best described as an evaluation that determines any imbalances in the natural hormones. When found, a specific blend of hormones can be compiled to help women bring their balance back into check–which in turn improves the way they feel. Hormone therapy is popular for both aging men and women who want to feel their best even as they enter their golden years and is an effective way of managing sexual health and wellness.

How Can I Improve My Sexual Wellness as a Woman With Hormone Therapy?

There are a few things that you can do to improve your sexual wellness as a woman undergoing hormone therapy.

First, talk openly with your doctor at the Plastic Surgery Center of Hattiesburg about any concerns or questions regarding your sexual health during this time. Your doctor may be able to recommend specific exercises and supplements that will help enhance your libido and arousal during sex. Additionally, you can also focus on improving other aspects of your physical and mental health, such as getting more exercise, eating a healthy diet, and engaging in relaxation techniques like meditation or yoga. By taking care of yourself both physically and mentally, you can better enjoy all aspects of your sexuality during hormone therapy.

How Do I Learn More About Improving My Sexual Health and Wellness?

Drs. William Reno III and Paul Talbot of the Plastic Surgery Center of Hattiesburg are available to help patients in the community and surrounding areas of Hattiesburg, MS, to discuss their needs. The office is open to new patients and can be reached to request a visit by calling 601-296-3405.