Low Libido

A low libido is a decrease in sexual desire and drive, and it can occur in both women and men.

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What is low libido?

A low libido is a decrease in sexual desire and drive, and it can occur in both women and men. As we age, we lose hormones that contribute to our libido. For women, menopause, pregnancy and breastfeeding can all lower estrogen levels. Additionally, they can make intercourse more uncomfortable. Testosterone levels peak at age 20, and drop close to zero by 40. Absent libido is often the result between the ages of 40-45. Menopause can cause vaginal atrophy symptoms including vaginal laxity, dryness and itching. For men, testosterone levels begin to gradually decrease at the age of 30. Not only will men experience shifts in sexual desire and drive, but erectile dysfunction can also develop. All of these factors contribute to decreased libido, but there are treatments that can be used for libido enhancement.

Hormone therapy for men and women

Before a treatment can be prescribed, it is important to identify the exact cause(s). Schedule an appointment with your doctor to discuss your symptoms. Dr. Pamela Mondorf specializes in hormone pellet therapy to help women and men who experience decreased libido and other issues due to hormonal shifts.

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Dr. Mondorf treats patients who reside in and around Bend, Oregon. If you have noticed a dramatic shift in your sex drive, bioidentical hormone pellet therapy may be right for you.* Tiny pellets are inserted into the body where they release hormones over a 3-4 month period.* It is a safe and effective treatment for libido enhancement.* To get started, request a consultation online or give us a call at (541) 330-6292.

*Individual results may vary; not a guarantee.

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