What Is Sexual Health?
Sexual health refers to the ability to appreciate and enjoy one’s sexuality throughout one’s life. It does not necessarily refer to the nature of your sexual interests so much as your ability to safely and effectively pursue those interests.
What Are the Different Aspects of Your Sexual Health?
The different aspects we can address at Esslinger Medical and Aesthetic include:
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases – Prevention and treatment of STDs such as HPV, gonorrhea, or chlamydia.
- Erectile Dysfunction (ED) – The difficulty of a man to achieve or obtain an erection.
- Family Planning – Issues surrounding pregnancy and childbirth.
What Are the Signs of Good Sexual Wellness?
Someone in good health should be able to participate in and enjoy the sexual activities they choose. They should be able to perform without tremendous pain or difficulty and there should be no illness or injury interfering with their ability to function sexually. Any disease they may have contracted through sexual contact should be treated to ensure optimal overall wellness.
How are Health Issues Caused?
Sexually transmitted diseases are spread from person to person through sexual contact. Sexual concerns like erectile dysfunction can stem from a variety of factors, including age, genetics, stress, and diet.
How Are Sexual Health Issues Treated?
At Esslinger Medical and Aesthetics, we do a full diagnostic workup to get a strong overall picture of your health. If you have related concerns, we can prescribe the appropriate medications, as well as suggesting lifestyle changes like adjustments in diet and exercise, if necessary. For men experiencing sexual dysfunction, we offer non-surgical ViaSure™ treatments that can help improve sexual performance.
Esslinger Medical and Aesthetics for Sexual Health in GA
At Esslinger Medical and Aesthetics, we want to take great care of you for as long as you need it. The length of your appointment will be decided by your needs, not our schedule. If you need help ensuring you are in the best possible health, including sexual health, please call us now at 470-888-6543 or submit our contact form below.