ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain, led by board-certified anesthesiologist Gary G. Theofilis, DO, MBA, DABAM, DAAIM, is an advanced pain treatment facility that offers sexual dysfunction treatment to women in or around Atlanta, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, and Milton, GA, as well as throughout the United States.
What is Sexual Dysfunction?
There is a common misconception that sexual dysfunction only relates to men. However, more and more women are seeking out treatment for female sexual dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction for women is when there is a chronic problem connected with their sexual response and desire. This can include pain as well as difficulty becoming aroused and reaching orgasm.
What Are the Symptoms of Sexual Dysfunction?
- Decreased sex drive
- Pain during intercourse
- Difficulty becoming aroused
- Not being able to reach orgasm
What Type of Sexual Dysfunction Treatments Are Available at ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain?
Dr. Gary G. Theofilis is board-certified in interventional pain, addiction medicine, and integrative medicine and has extensive knowledge in treating female sexual dysfunction by getting to the root cause. Every person is different and how we approach them is different. Treatments may include the orgasm shot or hormone replacement therapy as well as vaginal dryness and dyspareunia treatment.
Vaginal Dryness Treatment
Insufficient vaginal lubrication can make intimacy and overall day-to-day life very uncomfortable. One of the most common forms of treatment to increase lubrication is hormone replacement therapy to help balance hormones and increase estrogen levels that may have declined due to menopause.
Dyspareunia refers to painful intercourse. The cause can be due to a number of issues including anatomy, underlying problems, car accidents, fractured pelvic bone, and pinning of the pelvis. Identifying what is the nerve involved in the transmission of the pain is the key to treating this problematic condition. Treatment involves using nerve blocks in different locations. The goal is to block the nerve as close to the source as possible so other parts of the body are not affected.
How Much Does Sexual Dysfunction Treatment Cost?
Costs will vary based on the specific treatment needed and the individual needs of the patient. All costs will be discussed prior to treatment during your personal consultation at ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain. For your convenience, we accept cash and credit cards as forms of payment.
If you’re suffering from symptoms of sexual dysfunction and it is causing problems in your personal and intimate life, contact Dr. Gary G. Theofilis of ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain. We serve women in and around Atlanta, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, and Milton, GA, and within the United States, who are in need of sexual dysfunction treatment.