Intimate Wellness & Sexual Dysfunction

IntimaV is dedicated to providing comprehensive sexual medicine services aimed at addressing various sexual health concerns, including intimate sexual dysfunction, with expertise and compassion. Led by Dr. Jennifer José, a renowned expert in sexual medicine, our clinic offers personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique needs and goals.

Low sex drive, medically termed hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), refers to a decreased interest or desire for sexual activity. It can occur due to various physical, psychological, or relational factors and might cause distress or strain on relationships.

Orgasmic disorders in females, such as Female Orgasmic Disorder (FOD), involve persistent difficulty or inability to achieve orgasm despite adequate sexual stimulation. These disorders can cause distress and impact an individual’s sexual satisfaction and overall well-being.

Vestibulodynia, also known as vulvar vestibulitis or provoked vestibulodynia, is a condition characterized by chronic vulvar pain or discomfort around the entrance to the vagina (the vestibule). This pain occurs specifically upon touch or pressure, such as during sexual activity or tampon insertion.

Hormonal imbalance refers to disruptions in the normal production or regulation of hormones in the body. Hormones play a crucial role in various bodily functions, and imbalances can lead to a wide array of symptoms and health issues.

Female arousal disorders, also known as Female Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder (FSIAD), refer to persistent or recurrent difficulties with sexual interest, arousal, or sensations during sexual activity. These disorders can cause distress and impact a woman’s sexual satisfaction and intimate relationships.

Vaginismus is a condition characterized by involuntary tightening of the muscles around the vaginal opening, leading to discomfort, pain, or difficulty with penetration. This reflexive muscle spasm can make vaginal intercourse, gynecological exams, or tampon insertion painful or impossible.

Dyspareunia refers to persistent or recurrent pain experienced during sexual intercourse. This discomfort may occur before, during, or after penetration and can affect both men and women. The pain may be superficial or deep and can vary in intensity.