Why Is Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD) Such A Secret?

FSD should be a hot topic of conversation that’s talked about on The View, at least once a week. But it’s not. It should be featured in The New York Times, The Howard Stern Show, and Fox and Friends. Over 40% of women suffer from some form of sexual dysfunction. If that many guys had the same problem, can you imagine how much kvetching we would all be hearing. By definition, female sexual dysfunction must cause distress to be classified, and although 40% of women have challenges with desire, arousal, orgasm or pain, only about 1/3 of ladies consider this to be a source of distress.

Doctors Are Much More Interested In Talking About Problems That Can Be Treated.

It’s only natural for doctors to want to spend more time investigating problems that have a potential solution. It’s not practical, or satisfying to explore topics that don’t have reasonable alternatives. Erectile dysfunction became infinitely more publicized after Viagra was introduced to the world. Certainly one thing that keeps females from investigating the source of their sexual frustration is the lack of readily available effective treatments.

Sexual Dysfunction Is A Couple’s Problem.

When a female who is part of a couple develops FSD, this triples the risk of the male developing MSD (male sexual dysfunction, i.e. erectile dysfunction.) Traditionally, men have been treated for ED with very little consideration given to what he will do with his new, improved sex organ. In fact, when Viagra was first introduced into the market, it not only improved some marriages, but it helped breakup others. While there are a plethora of lifestyle strategies men can call upon to try to avoid becoming impotent, none is more important than remaining sexually active. When they are inactive for a long stretch of time, they may develop disuse atrophy. Women are no different in this regard. With prolonged inactivity, the vagina can become less elastic, and have trouble adapting to resumed sexual intercourse.

Radial Wave Therapy Has Been Shown To Stimulate Regenerative Changes By Releasing Growth Factors.

The use of low intensity shockwaves has become widely used in medicine. Studies have demonstrated that shockwaves can not only reduce plaque in blood vessels, resulting in increased blood flow, but also stimulate the release of growth factors. This process can result in angiogenesis (new blood vessel formation) nerve regeneration and reduce inflammation. Since both male and female sexual dysfunction are associated with reduced blood flow, Li-SWT can be beneficial for both partners! At Uroshock/HerWave we have not lost sight of the big picture. After all, what good is restoring renewed sexual health without a receptive partner. That’s why with both products we offer 50% off a second device. You can buy a Uroshock and a HerWave, or two of either product, and get half off the second device. We’re not satisfied with a happy customer. We want a happy couple!