23 June 2017

Decline in Sex Drive and Low Libido in Woman

During a woman’s life biggest physical and emotional changes — premenopause, postpartum phases, and menopause — a woman’s reproductive hormones can become imbalanced. This is when many women experience low sex drive or low libido as well as fatigue, insomnia, hot flashes, mood swings, weight gain, and even digestive issues. All of these are common Low Libido?  Let Dr. Hinson Helpsymptoms of fluctuating hormones. These sensations can make you feel like a stranger in someone else’s body — which affects your sexual life too, because when you do not feel well, your interest in sex will surely dwindle.

That is why, for many women, feeling better physically is the first step to improving libido. When we look at the physical causes of low libido, it is apparent that most fall under the canopy of hormonal imbalance. These symptoms can make daily life miserable and can also affect how you perceive yourself. Some women say their symptoms make them feel old and used up, as if they are losing their womanhood. Or in other words they do not feel very sexy.

Women often note other aspects of their lives changing during these transitions as well. Maybe you are finding the confidence to express yourself more freely and openly, or you’re reflecting on your life, thinking about taking the plunge into new activities. But you may also discover that just as you find your true voice, you are under greater stress, with rebellious teenagers in the house, or aging parents to care for. You may be dealing with financial pressures or greater demands

Menopausal, post menopause, and the postnatal months are common times for women to encounter relationship problems, which may or may not encompass sexual issues. Your idea of sex may also be in transition. A woman’s level of sexual desire is affected by a range of interdependent physical and emotional factors. Therefore it makes practical sense to consider the physical aspects, because often they are surprisingly straightforward to address and improve.

Dr. Hinson has had 25 years of experience helping women through their unique issues and is here to help you through yours. Serving women from all over Utah and neighboring states, Dr. Hinson can accept same day and next day patience, so please feel free to call anytime. 801-634-4030

 

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Passionate about her vision. Treating women as people, respecting their value as females, and as people.

25 years of OB/GYN experience, acting as the only doctor for most of her patients , treating other medical needs as well.

Emphasizes a partnership with the patient in her health care, strongly advocating her responsibility in her health.

Focused, nonjudgemental listener, effective communicator and educator.

Considers the patient's overall health, mental state, and social issues as possible factors contributing to her present problems.

Considers the female body as a whole, not just the pelvic region.

Committed to staying current with changing guidelines and treatment options.

Continuously updating skills with emphasis on minimally invasive and in-office procedures.

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For 25 years Dr. Joanne S. Hinson has provided compassionate healthcare to the women of Salt Lake City, Utah and beyond. From puberty to menopause, Dr Hinson provides the best personalized GYN services… caring for the whole woman.

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