Hormone Pellet Therapy for Low Libido in Lake Charles, LA
Males' and females' levels of sexual desire fluctuate throughout their lives, but as men and women age, they may find that they don't have the same drive or desire to engage in intercourse as they once did. If the loss of libido and lack of intimacy in your life has continued for an extended period of time without resolution, it can be a sign of hormonal imbalance. The loss of libido can be devastating to a person's relationships and quality of life.
Studies have shown, proper levels of testosterone and estrogen help to restore men's and women's libidos, as well as promote intimacy and a general sense of well-being. Getting the hormones in balance can restore desire and the ability for men and women to enjoy healthy sex lives again.
What is Hormone Pellet Therapy for Low Libido?
The BioTE® method using hormone pellet therapy is a treatment designed to combat hormone imbalance. Patients state when hormones are balanced, sexual desire and the physical ability to perform return. Balanced hormones also contribute to better quality of sleep, which boosts the energy to work out and lose weight, which, in turn, can lead to higher libido.
How Does Hormone Pellet Therapy for Low Libido Work?
Testosterone helps both men and women think about and want to have a healthy sex life, so when testosterone levels go down, so can libido. It's normal for testosterone levels to drop gradually as you age. A blood test can show whether your testosterone level is low.
For women, the BioTE® method using hormone pellet therapy not only balances the hormones, but it also can help resolve painful intercourse due to thinning of the vaginal walls. Optimized estrogen and testosterone levels can help prevent vaginal dryness and increase vaginal elasticity, making sex more pleasurable, which can help with libido for women.
Request Hormone Pellet Therapy for Low Libido Information Today
The BioTE® method using hormone pellet therapy is a safe and effective treatment that has been in use for decades. Request more information about hormone pellet therapy today: Call (337) 475-8949 or contact Anne Griepsma online.
Alice Babst Prestia, MD, APMC