Female Sexual Wellness

Female Sexual Wellness

Female sexual wellness is about much more than sex. While having a healthy desire for intimacy and the ability to enjoy sexual activity is important, sexual health is also about feeling comfortable with your body, empowered to express your wants and needs, and well-informed about how aging affects your body. At Plastic Surgery Center of Hattiesburg, we take a comprehensive approach to female sexual wellness.

Factors Affecting Sexual Health and Wellbeing

A number of factors affect a person’s sexual health and sense of wellbeing. This is especially true for women, who have to contend with physical and emotional changes related to things like pregnancy and childbirth (for those who have children) and menopause. Medical issues like pelvic and thyroid disorders, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes can also impact sexual health, as can mental health challenges like anxiety and depression.

These factors can produce symptoms that, while common, should not be considered inevitable or irreversible, including:

  • Trouble becoming sexually aroused
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Internal and external vaginal changes

Fortunately, a thoughtfully designed wellness plan can address many of the issues a woman faces. From hormone replacement treatments to nutrient therapy, there are many ways we can help women experience more pleasure, joy, and confidence in life.

Benefits of Our Female Sexual Wellness Program

Women who capitalize on our sexual wellness program enjoy:

  • Increased sexual desire
  • Enhanced sensation and better orgasms
  • Improved mood
  • Reduced anxiety and depression
  • Better sleep
  • Enhanced self-esteem

We assist you in achieving these benefits by working with you one-on-one in complete confidentiality to understand both the challenges you are facing and your sexual wellness goals. Then we develop a detailed plan for addressing those challenges using our array of treatments, including any surgical and non-surgical procedures that we agree would be beneficial.

A decline in your sexual health—due to childbirth, aging, or any cause—is not something you have to, or should, simply accept. You deserve to have a vibrant, fulfilling sex life that’s a reliable source of happiness and satisfaction. Don’t settle for anything less.