When To See A Sex Therapist
If you’re suffering from sexual dysfunction and it’s hurting your quality of life, don’t hesitate to see a therapist. If intimacy or difficulty communicating with partners are most concerning in terms on their seriousness for personal relationships (not just romantic ones), then sex therapy should be where you start.
Which Doctor To Consult For Sex Problems
There are many reasons why ED is experienced, but the most common cause of this condition in menopausal women. One major issue that could be causing you to have a lack or power over ejaculation would include an enlarged prostate gland and resulting obstruction from urine flow out through your urethra due to blockages caused by fatty tissue growths known as prostates stones (a type II diabetes complication).
A referral for medical treatment may also occur if there’s no underlying health problem like high blood pressure/cardiovascular disease yet symptoms persist despite other treatments being tried such as anger management therapy which helps with control issues during sexual activity among others.