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Sexual Health

Progressive Medical Center of Atlanta uses an integrative medical approach to treat this condition.

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Sexual Health

Men’s Sexual Health
If you are struggling with low libido or erectile dysfunction, you may have imbalanced hormones. We know that ED is common, affecting 25% of all men in their lifetime and around half of all men, middle-aged and above. We also know that many men don’t seek help, or only seek help in the form of a blue pill. Sadly, these drugs do not work for around 70% of men. They also don’t address the underlying Men’s health problems, which are too complex to be solved by a pill alone. Your body’s systems need to be examined and treated properly.

Men’s Hormone Balance

Low testosterone is a common problem for many men and is thought to be a contributing factor for erectile dysfunction and low libido as well as weight gain, poor memory, weakness, and fatigue.
Your body has a specific hormonal balance it requires for your best performance. When one hormone falls out of balance, it can cause illness. Progressive runs specialized hormone tests to identify which hormones are too high or too low. Your doctor will then tailor a bioidentical hormone treatment specifically for your body’s needs.

Men’s Body Balance
Testosterone is not the only treatment for men’s sexual health. Prostate Disease, Overweight, and Diabetes may also be causing a loss of libido. In addition, a man may have good hormone levels but he doesn’t have the neurotransmitters needed to drive his libido. He may be low in important nutrients which can cause erectile dysfunction or can leave him exhausted and uninterested in sexual activity. Using a broad range of natural approaches, doctors at PMC can restore energy, vitality, and libido.

Men’s ED
Regarding ED, vascular dysfunction may affect blood vessels.  If they reduce blood flow to the penis, they can cause erectile dysfunction. This may be the cause of ED in as many as 60% of men who have it. We offer Medical Soundwave therapy to stimulate and reawaken these blood vessels to do their job, delivering blood where it is needed and correcting ED symptoms.
The benefits of our treatment may include improvement with depression, confidence, relationships, stress, and more.
We’re not embarrassed, and you shouldn’t be either. One of the top reasons that efficiently treated sexual problems like Erectile Dysfunction or Premature Ejaculation persist is that men don’t seek treatment. Our professionally trained physicians are here to help you achieve your health goals.

Women’s Sexual Health

Are you dealing with a loss of libido? It’s possible you’ve been neglecting your own health while trying to juggle the stresses and responsibilities of everyday life, which can weigh heavily on health. Maybe you’re frustrated that your doctor cannot seem to figure out and resolve these symptoms for you. This is not uncommon- nearly a third of women will experience a loss of sex drive at some point in their lives. Progressive Medical Center can help you get back your drive.

Low sex drive can be caused by a number of factors, including but not limited to:
    • Hormone imbalance
    • Medical diseases
    • Medications
    • Relationship issues
    • Lifestyle habits
    • Surgery
    • Psychological causes
    • Sexual issues
    • Fatigue
    • Stress

Progressive has deep expertise in treating conditions that may contribute to a lack of libido.
Conditions like:
    • Fertility Issues
    • Hormone Imbalance
    • Fibromyalgia
    • Chronic Fatigue
    • Hypothyroidism
    • Weight Loss
    • Diabetes
    • Cardiovascular Disease
    • Menopause

Hormone Imbalance
At Progressive Medical Center, we make sure to balance all the hormone systems in the body. We only use natural, safe hormone supplementation in the smallest dose necessary. We want to get you feeling great again and we make sure to do so in a safe and natural way.
Women can experience low testosterone too! It is thought to be a contributing factor for low libido and may be contributing to weight gain, poor memory, and fatigue.
If you are a woman with sleep issues, fatigue, irritability, hot flashes, or low libido, you may have a hormone imbalance.
Your body has a specific hormonal balance it requires for your best health. When one hormone falls out of balance, it can cause illness. Progressive runs specialized hormone tests to identify which hormones are too high or too low. Your doctor will then tailor a bioidentical hormone treatment specifically for your body’s needs.

Menopause
As we age, our hormones can drop too low making us feel out of sorts. Women’s bodies run on many different hormones, and much like a symphony, these hormones are held in a precise balance for optimum health. When one hormone falls out of balance, it can cause illness.
To learn more about how we treat menopause and hormone imbalance, click here.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic fatigue syndrome can cause debilitating symptoms, such as exhaustion, memory loss, sleep issues, headaches, depression, joint pain, and shortness of breath. Unfortunately, chronic fatigue is not well-understood by conventional medicine and thus often goes undiagnosed by traditional doctors.
It can be a contributing factor to a loss of libido simply because of the lack of energy you have. At Progressive Medical we optimize the body’s nutritional status so it can make energy. We remove the bad stuff like toxins, infections, and allergenic foods that slow down the body, then balance hormones to promote the body’s natural ways of generating energy.
To learn more about how we can treat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, click here.

Hypothyroidism
Likewise, hypothyroidism may contribute to fatigue, which in turn lowers your sexual energy.  Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid is not making enough thyroid hormone. This can lead to fatigue, weight gain, depression, and weakness. Many doctors overlook hypothyroidism, but once you’ve been properly diagnosed and treated, you will have more energy, mental clarity, and your metabolism will turn on.
To learn more about how we can treat hypothyroidism, click here.

To overcome low sex drive and regain a healthy relationship with your own body, you must look into the major reasons for low sex drive and how they’re affecting you. You don’t have to have a diagnosis of any illness to treat low sex drive. If you feel like lack of sexual desire is causing you distress, or you simply want to improve quality of life (sex included), our physicians are here to help you achieve your health goals.

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