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Skyline physicians and their staff offer comprehensive, expert, compassionate care to men and women experiencing the following conditions and concerns:

Erectile Dysfunction

This condition – also referred to as “ED” or “impotence” – is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection of the penis during sexual performance. Erectile dysfunction can be related to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, neurological problems, hormonal insufficiencies or the side effects of certain drugs. It could also be related to psychological issues involving thoughts, feelings and relationships. Treatment options for ED include oral medications, self-injections, vacuum erection devices and penile prostheses.  Additional therapies are available to those for whom drug therapy is not effective. Click to Learn More

Premature Ejaculation

This condition involves a man’s ejaculation of semen very soon after the onset of sexual arousal or sooner than he or his partner desires. The underlying issues causing this condition could be psychological in nature or physiological, involving abnormal hormone levels, decreased serotonin, inflammation and/or penile sensitivity. Treatment options may include behavioral techniques, oral medications or topical medications. Click to Learn More

Peyronie’s Disease

This often painful condition produces a curved or bent penis during erection. The condition results from inflammation and scarring in the walls of the erection chambers and sometimes form palpable hard spots or plaques. Though there is now for the first time a specific, FDA approved medication for this condition, in some cases surgery can be an effective means of treatment. In some cases when the condition prevents intercourse, surgery may be recommended. Click to Learn More

Female Sexual Dysfunction

FSD manifests as one or more specific disorders that lead to less-than-satisfying sexual experiences. Examples include the experiences of not feeling “in the mood” for sexual activity, having difficulty becoming vaginally lubricated, feeling diminished sexual sensations, having difficulty achieving orgasm and having pain during intercourse. Click to Learn More

Orgasmic Disorders

Both men and women can experience orgasms that are delayed and take too long to achieve or orgasms that occur too rapidly, as with premature ejaculation in men. Men and women can experience orgasms that are not as strong as they used to be or orgasms that are accompanied by pain. Some individuals fail to achieve orgasm at all. Skyline experts will take a comprehensive approach to evaluating your particular concern and develop an appropriate treatment plan that may involve medication, surgery, behavioral support or a combination of these treatments. Click to Learn More

Decreased Sexual Desire

Individuals who experience a decrease in their sexual desire may be helped by behavioral counseling or by medications prescribed by their physician. For example, women experiencing urinary stress incontinence may choose to avoid sexual intimacy in order to avoid embarrassment with their partner. Moreover, some women who take the drug Duloxetine (Cymbalta) for urinary stress incontinence may experience the side effect of changes in their sexual desire. Any changes in sexual desire should be discussed with your physician. Click to Learn More

Behavioral Concerns

Individual and couples counseling sessions are suggested to assist patients and their partners with communication skills and enhanced self-awareness to resume a normal, satisfying sex life. Skyline Urology’s experts believe that while many sexual concerns are physical in nature, they involve psycho-social concerns and effects that should be addressed in a comprehensive approach.