MSH Team Members include healthcare professionals with a special interest in helping patients with Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD). They provide valuable support, assessment, and treatment options to individuals who may be experiencing a decrease or absence of sexual desire.
MSH Team Members have a comprehensive understanding of HSDD, which is characterised by a persistent or recurrent lack of interest or desire for sexual activity. They recognise that HSDD can significantly impact an individual's quality of life, relationships, and overall well-being.
MSH Team Members conduct a thorough assessment to evaluate the underlying factors contributing to HSDD. They create a safe and non-judgmental environment for patients to discuss their concerns openly. The assessment considers physical, psychological, and relational factors to comprehensively understand the individual's sexual health.
Based on the assessment results, MSH Team Members develop individualised treatment plans tailored to each patient's specific needs. Treatment options may include psychotherapy, couples counselling, medication, or a combination of approaches. They work collaboratively with patients to determine the most appropriate treatment strategies.
MSH Team Members may offer psychotherapy or counselling as a primary treatment approach for HSDD. This may involve individual therapy to address any underlying psychological or emotional factors contributing to the disorder. They provide guidance and support in exploring personal beliefs, attitudes, and experiences related to sexuality.
For individuals in relationships, MSH Team Members may recommend couples counselling to address HSDD. This form of therapy involves working with both partners to improve communication, intimacy, and understanding. It focuses on enhancing the overall sexual and emotional connection within the relationship.
In some cases, MSH Team Members may prescribe medications to help manage HSDD symptoms. These medications may include hormonal therapies or medications that target neurotransmitters in the brain associated with sexual desire. They carefully evaluate and discuss the potential benefits and risks of medication options with the patient.
MSH Team Members provide education and support to help patients better understand HSDD and the available treatment options. They offer resources, information, and techniques that can support sexual health and overall well-being. They address any concerns or questions, providing guidance on managing HSDD and optimising sexual satisfaction.
MSH Team Members schedule regular follow-up appointments to assess the effectiveness of the treatment plan and make any necessary adjustments. They closely monitor the progress of patients, provide ongoing support, and address any concerns or challenges that may arise during the treatment process.
By seeking support from MSH Team Members, individuals with Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder can access comprehensive assessment, personalised treatment options, and ongoing care to address their concerns and enhance their sexual well-being. The services provided by these professionals aim to improve sexual desire, increase satisfaction, and promote overall sexual health and quality of life.
My Sexual Health provides credible sexual health services for Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder. Contact us for an appointment with a medical doctor, physiotherapist, or other health professional
MSH doctors can assist with the medical implications of your condition. Refer to the list of Competent Sexual Health Providers listed on our website.
If you suspect that your problem Is more psychological or due to relationship factors, you can see one of the MSH psychologists/counsellors.
All the MSH Team members work within the context of a multidisciplinary team and will refer you to another team member of need be.
*Please contact your preferred healthcare provider directly for more information about the cost of consultations. MSH offers a platform service to Credible Sexual Health Providers you may choose to consult with.
Disclaimer: MSH provides a platform for Sexual Health providers to network and learn in order to render the highest level of sexual health services to patients. MSH does not take responsibility for the clinical practice of any of its members. Any concerns can be directed towards email@example.com but misconduct needs to be reported to the registration body of the particular individual.