What causes low sex drive?

A low sex drive 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.

How can I treat my low libido?

At Bare Medical Spa + Laser center, we use CO2RE Intima to help women who experience a low sex drive. CO2RE Intima is the latest in FDA-cleared gynecological laser treatments. The ideal candidate is someone who is looking to relieve the signs of childbirth and aging, restore vaginal tone, flexibility and shape, tighten internally and externally, relieve symptoms of vaginal atrophy, (such as painful intercourse or dryness and itching) and improve lubrication.*

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If you are a woman suffering from a low sex drive due to vaginal atrophy, schedule a consultation today. During your initial appointment, we can discuss the CO2RE Intima procedure and address any questions or concerns you have. To get started, call us at (802) 861-2273 or book online using the button below.

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