Connecticut Menopause Treatment to Improve Libido

If sex was once a huge part of your life gone by the wayside since you went into menopause, do not despair. Connecticut menopause treatment can improve your libido and allow you to enjoy more sexual pleasure than you have in years.

Unlike standard hormone replacement therapy (HRT), our menopause therapy options are biologically identical – hence the name – to the hormones produced by your own body.

Renewed Sexual Interest

Menopausal women once took it for granted that “the change of life” meant the end of desire. That was depressing enough, but it often spelled the end of marriages or relationships when one party simply lost interest in sex.

Women and their partners no longer have to deal with low or non-existent libido after menopause. Not only sex, but the deep intimacy accompanying it, can resume.

There is one advantage to post-menopausal sex that women did not have during their reproductive years – no pregnancy worries. Menopause treatment administered by a Connecticut physician can improve libido at the time of life when a woman has no concerns about birth control failures or the unplanned conception fears previously present to some degree.

How Connecticut Menopause Therapy Improves Libido

During menopause, a woman’s estrogen and progesterone levels decline significantly. The ovaries no longer produce estrogen, but the body still receives weaker estrogen from another source – fat cells.

Unless a woman undergoes a hysterectomy, chemotherapy or another process that shuts down the reproductive system, menopause is a cycle taking a few years to complete.

Actual menopause occurs when there is so little estrogen produced that a woman’s uterine lining stops thickening. Menopause therapy restores these hormones naturally, turning back the years on various levels.

Menopause Treatment and Vaginal Dryness

Along with boosting libido, menopause therapy frees Connecticut women suffering from vaginal dryness and subsequent painful sex. Not only does natural lubrication return, but the vagina’s overall tone strengthens and returns to the state it was in prior to menopause.

If a woman’s libido is still relatively strong but her vagina has become dry, a topical bioidentical hormone cream rejuvenates the vagina.

Facts about BHRT

Some women may shy away from bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) because they confuse it with standard HRT, which has been linked with an increased risk of heart disease and breast cancer. BHRT is not the same as HRT and does not raise these risks.

  • A woman’s BHRT compound is as individual as she is. Regular testing via saliva or blood reveals the levels needed of particular bioidentical hormones, and a compounding pharmacy creates a custom-designed BHRT formulation
  • BHRT is available in cream, skin patch and intradermal pellet form
  • For some women, a small amount of testosterone in cream form gives her libido a huge boost. That is an option for discussion with the doctor
  • Along with BHRT, each woman receives a diet and exercise plan tailored for her optimum health

Other Benefits

It is difficult to have a satisfactory sex life when dealing with depression, mood swings, weight gain and other side effects of menopause. That does not take into account the common but extremely unsexy night sweats and hot flashes.

In addition to boosting libido and rejuvenating vaginal lubrication, BHRT helps alleviate these other emotional and physical issues often affecting the menopausal woman.

Ask Dr. Jacobson about Connecticut Menopause Treatment to Improve Libido

If menopause has diminished your libido and you would like more information about treatment options in Connecticut, call Dr. Edward Jacobson’s office today and arrange a consultation.