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Are you missing the vibrant, exciting sex life you used to have?
Do you avoid sex because it is uncomfortable? Or even painful?
Are you faced with diabetes, heart disease, cancer, or another illness that makes sex more challenging?
Have you lost interest in sex altogether?
Are you ready to . . . love sex again?
For millions of women in America, sex is not the pleasurable, fun activity it once was. For many, sex has become a low priority as they navigate marriage, motherhood, and work . . . not to mention chronic stress and lack of sleep. Throw in the natural fluctuations in hormone levels that all women experience—whether due to PMS or pregnancy or while postpartum or perimenopausal, and beyond—and it is not surprising that sex becomes, well, a little less sexy. Common gynecological problems can make sex uncomfortable, and medical issues can cause it to be downright painful.
If you've been unwilling or afraid to talk to your doctor about your problems in the bedroom, or if you have asked your physician for help and want advice beyond "take a bubble bath" or "try a lubricant," then Love Sex Again is your guide to reclaiming the sex life you want . . . and deserve! Meet Lauren Streicher, the doctor who will change your life.
Dr. Streicher, a leading women's sexual health expert, offers women the courage, vocabulary, and knowledge to identify and solve problems in the bedroom once and for all. In Love Sex Again, Dr. Streicher covers the full scope of issues regarding sexuality—from flagging libido to vaginal dryness to sex after menopause, and so much more. She cuts through the hearsay on the use of hormone replacement therapy and discusses which hormonal products women of all ages can and should use, and why. She explains why some women experience a complete loss of libido due to medication, birth control, or a cycle of painful sex that basically shuts down desire—and how to reverse this trend.
She illustrates the possible sources of sexual discomfort—everything from skin disorders to endometriosis—and offers solutions on drugs and treatment that can stop the pain. And, for the first time, Dr. Streicher helps women who have endured medical issues such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer to reclaim sex as a part of their lives during and after treatment.
Knowledge is always the best weapon—and Love Sex Again offers a wealth of it, along with a good dose of humor and plenty of encouragement, so that women of all ages can make having great sex a part of their lives forever.
Lauren Streicher, MD, is a gynecologist with an expertise in sexual function. She is an associate clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr. Streicher is a frequent guest on shows such as The Dr. Oz Show, The Steve Harvey Show, the Today show, and Good Morning America. She has made more than one thousand appearances on local and national news to speak on all aspects of women's health care, and has contributed articles to and been interviewed for a multitude of magazines, including Glamour; O, the Oprah Magazine; Marie Claire; Prevention; and Shape. She is a health expert for Ladies' Home Journal, EverydayHealth.com, and DrOz.com. Dr. Streicher lives with her husband in Chicago.
Very well written and easy to understand. Factual, and not written in a textbook fashion. I went back and re read some chapters.Published 9 days ago by nana09
This book was very, very informative. It's written in a way that is easily understood. I highly recommend.Published 21 days ago by peaches
As a sexual medicine specialist this is a must read for all women who are troubled by the changes in their sex lives. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sally
What a waste of money and time. This was not informative to the general public. Maybe scientific types would enjoy this, but anything of any value to the masses could have been... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Citygirl
Dr. Lauren Streicher writes so concisely with a touch of wit and wisdom that makes this book so completely readable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lori Choi