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Life is full of choices. Choose to be healthy. Sexual Health is an integral part of your general wellbeing.

We have clinics in London and Essex

London

58 South Molton Street, London W1K 5SL

Essex

JR Medical, 42 Highfield Gardens, Westcliff-on-Sea SS0 0SX.
Phone: 0778 977 6337

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Initial Skype consultations are also available on request.

We offer medical and psychosexual assessments, diagnosis, medical treatment, assessment for psychosexual counselling and acupuncture for sexual and general wellbeing.

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Whom can we help:

  • Healthy women who would like to improve their intimacy and sexual drive.
  • Women who are worried about their sexual wellbeing.
  • Women with longstanding or recurrent genitourinary symptoms not responding to conventional treatment. These may include; bacterial vaginosis or candida infection causing vulval and vaginal soreness and unhealthy vaginal discharge.
  • Women suffering from vulval and vaginal symptoms and lack of desire following child birth.
  • Post-menopausal women, women approaching menopause or undergoing induced menopause who are suffering from vaginal dryness or pain on intercourse and want to improve sexual function.
  • Women suffering from lack of sexual desire while undergoing treatment of endometriosis.
  • Women suffering from lack of desire, vaginal dryness and painful sex following pelvic or anorectal surgery
  • Women suffering from lack of desire following treatment of breast cancer
  • Women suffering from skin conditions around their ano-genital (private parts) area making sex and intimacy uncomfortable.
  • Women suffering from lack of sex drive and sexual enjoyment while undergoing infertility treatment

What is sexual well-being?

Sex can be an integral part of life of many men and women. Sex and intimacy can be fun, exciting, wonderful and loving.

Sexual wellbeing means being healthy physically, mentally and emotionally to be able to enjoy sex and intimacy.

WHO defines sexual health as ‘a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being. It is not merely absence of disease, dysfunction or infirmity.

Facts about sexual wellbeing:

  • Sexual dysfunction is more common in women (43%) than men (31%).
  • Yet women are less likely to discuss their sexual problems with their doctors or any healthcare professional.
  • Everyone’s desire to have sex is different. It can change and is related to lifetime events including changes in
    1. our body (like menstrual cycle, pregnancy, breast feeding and menopause),
    2. our relationships
    3. emotions
    4. conditions affecting physical well-being like illness, stress and medications
  • Sexual satisfaction involves an interaction between body brain and emotion. It needs right state of mind and emotions, good blood and nerve supply to the pelvic areas and the right balance of the hormones.

What are the stages of sexual arousal?

  • Excitement: This is when we feel ‘turned on’ and ready for sex. We can have these feelings just be thinking about sex, seeing someone we are attracted to, or just by being touched by the partner or another person we feel attracted to. The excitement may or lead to the next stage.
  • Plateau: It is when the excitement is maintained and our body becomes very sensitive to any touch.
  • Orgasm: It follows plateau. It is also called sexual climax. Or body goes into a series of rhythmic contractions. It is the feeling of intense pleasure.
  • Resolution: This is when sexual changes in the body goes back to normal.

What do we offer:

We Educate, Engage and Enpower our clients with courtesy, professionalism and respect.

  • Relaxed, friendly, individualised and confidential service.
  • Consultations and assessment with very experienced female sexual health consultant (working in NHS since 2002) and a female gynaecologist (having a world-wide and UK experience) addressing sexual well-being through physical, physiological and emotional needs.
  • Treatments are individualised and can be isolated or may involve a combination of conventional and latest medical interventions. These include:
    1. Pharmacological treatments (including medicines)
    2. Non pharmacological treatments like psychosexual counselling and acupuncture.
    3. Non- surgical Pelvic Floor repair by using of hyaluronic acid or muscle relaxing or platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections to restore vaginal tissue when medically indicated.
    4. Empowering clients/patients through advise on self-management and life style education

You will be:

  • Listened to
  • Offered insight into the cause of the problem
  • Feel in control of the problem as would be provided with a care plan to address

Our motto:

To improve sexual and intimate relationships in women and couples using holistic approach addressing body, mind and soul through individual and tailor-made consultations, treatments and life-style advice.

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