Sexual dysfunction treatments

Sexual Wellness

Intimate Care

Men and women can face sexual wellness and intimate care issues as they grow older. An active and healthy sex life is important to your relationship and overall health. The truth is there are many factors that affect men’s and women’s sexual health.

If you are experiencing a challenging intimate life with your partner, schedule a private consultation. We have helped individuals of all ages experiencing sexual dysfunction with safe and unique treatments designed to provide positive benefits.

Sexual Wellness.

Being able to embrace and enjoy a healthy sex life sometimes requires having access to sexual health information, education, and intimate care. We provide men and women evaluation and treatment options for sexual dysfunction issues.

If you are ready to feel your best every day and start living a long healthy life, schedule a private consultation today.

What is sexual dysfunction?

Sexual dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction is any problem that prevents a person or couple from experiencing satisfaction from sexual activity.

Types of sexual dysfunction

  • Desire disorders: lack of sexual desire or interest in sex.
  • Arousal disorders: inability to become physically aroused or excited during sexual activity.
  • Orgasm disorders: delay or absence of orgasm (climax).
  • Pain disorders: pain during intercourse.

Our unique approach to sexual wellness.

At biowoRx, we view our patients as partners in care. If you’re looking for a collaborative relationship with your practitioner, then we may be right for you. To discuss your personal intimacy concerns in a private, judgement-free environment, schedule a consultation today.

Annamarie Salyer FNP-C

Founder – bionwoRx

For him.

Regenerative Treatment

A non-invasive treatment, the procedure treats male erectile concerns such as erectile dysfunction, size and shape issues, and erection-related pain. Using the patients own natural biologics, the treatment works for men with sexual dysfunction issues and healthy men who desire a boost.


Sildenafil (generic Viagra) is a popular erectile dysfunction treatment. It’s clinically proven to help you get and maintain an erection — reducing performance anxiety and improving your confidence.


The same active ingredient as Cialis, Tadalafil is a generic erectile dysfunction medication that’s clinically proven to help men with ED get and maintain erections.

For her.

Regenerative Treatment

An injectable treatment that addresses a variety of sexual problems for women. From painful intercourse to vaginal dryness to a low sex drive, there are many issues that interfere with sexual wellness. The procedure was designed to help with these conditions.

Scream Cream

Scream Cream is a medication for the enhancement of the libido in women. This medication is applied externally to the clitoris as well as other areas of the female genitals. Scream Cream enhances the blood supply and sensitivity of the female genitals, thus improving the chances of achieving an orgasm.

For him & her.


PT-141, or Bremelanotide, is a peptide that can treat both men and women. In men, PT-141 peptide therapy can boost arousal and treat ED and premature ejaculation. For women, PT-141 is sometimes referred to as “female Viagra” as it is an effective alternative to Cialis and Viagra.


Oxytocin is a peptide hormone that is secreted by the posterior pituitary. It is often known as the “love” hormone because it is released when one engages in any sort of physical or sexual contact. The release of oxytocin during sexual intercourse allows the couple to relax and have a stronger bond.

Quality care through telemedicine.

BionwoRx offers telemedicine to Indiana residents. As technology advances, we have more ways than ever to take control of our health. That’s where we come in, offering specialized services to take intimate care to new levels.

Are you ready to get started?

Take charge of your health by scheduling a personal consultation.

Sexual Dysfunction.

Who is affected by sexual dysfunction?

Sexual dysfunction affects men and women of any age. However, it’s more common in those over 40 because it’s often related to a decline in health associated with aging.

What are symptoms of sexual dysfunction in men?

The symptoms of sexual dysfunction in men include:

  • Inability to achieve or maintain an erection (hard penis) suitable for intercourse.
  • Absent or delayed ejaculation despite enough sexual stimulation.
  • Inability to control the timing of ejaculation.

What are symptoms of sexual dysfunction in women?

Symptoms of sexual dysfunction in women include:

  • Inability to achieve orgasm.
  • Inadequate vaginal lubrication before and during intercourse.
  • Inability to relax the vaginal muscles enough to allow intercourse.

What causes sexual dysfunction?

Sexual dysfunction can be caused by:

  • diabetes
  • heart and vascular (blood vessel) disease
  • neurological disorders
  • hormonal imbalances
  • chronic diseases such as kidney or liver failure, and alcoholism and drug abuse.

In addition, the side effects of some medications, including some antidepressant drugs, can affect sexual function.

Psychological causes of sexual dysfunction include:

  • work-related stress and anxiety
  • concern about sexual performance
  • marital or relationship problems
  • depression
  • feelings of guilt
  • concerns about body image
  • the effects of a past sexual trauma.

Can sexual dysfunction be cured?

It depends on the underlying cause of the problem. The outlook is good if the cause for sexual dysfunction is related to a condition that can be treated or reversed.

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Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

Are hormones affecting your sex drive?

The answer is likely a resounding yes. That is to say, if you are enjoying a healthy sex drive or not, in most cases your hormones are in control and affect your sexual wellness. To illustrate, for some patients emotional and psychological factors play a role in sexual desire.

For both men and women, sex drive that has diminished with age, menopause, andropause, pregnancy, Low-T, and erectile dysfunction is likely linked to a hormonal issue. In fact, approximately 70 percent of low libido issues are related to a hormonal imbalance.

Despite this statistic, a low libido due to hormonal imbalance does not mean that you are helpless. In fact, you can take an active role in resetting your hormones to reclaim your sex drive.

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