Rockledge, Florida

Marja Sprock, M.D., FACOG, FPMRS Board Certified
Fellowship Trained Urogynecologist

Now Accepting New Patients      Phone:  321-806-3929

Recently Published

new  New Treatments for Vaginal Atrophy

new  The Healthy Weight Lifestyle Formula

new  Small Battery Can Fix Bowel Control Issues

new  Laser and the Vagina

new  Fecal Incontinence  - More Common Than You Think!

new  Overactive Bladder

new  Painful Bladder Syndrome / Interstitial Cystitis

new  Stress Urinary Incontinence

new  The Thrill is Gone

new  Chronic Constipation

Laser Treatment for Vaginal Atrophy

Have You Had Your Pap Smear?

Resources for Pelvic Floor Disorders

The Uterine Fibroid Dilemma

Are You Leaking ?

New Non-Surgical Laser Solution for Stress Urinary Incontinence

New Treatment Option for Stress Urinary Incontinence

Non-hormonal Vaginal Atrophy Treatment -- Non-painful Sex Without Estrogen

In-Office Painless Laser Vaginal Tightening

Central Florida UroGynecology Announces LASER 4D Aesthetics

Accidental Bowel Loss - A Socially Hidden Problem

Nerve Stimulation to Treat Urinary and Fecal Problems

Is UTI a Major Health Problem?

It Appeared to be an Overactive Bladder

Pessary Treatment of Prolapse

Overactive Bladder Evaluation Chart

Accidental Bowel Loss or Fecal Incontinence

Overactive Bladder Guidelines

Vaginoplasty and the “Designer Vagina”

Surgical Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence

Recurrent UTI - Urinary Tract Infection

Pads are "Out of Style"

Stool or Bowel Incontinence

Pain with Sex

Nightime Urination

A Tighter Vagina - the Answer to Happiness

Do not Let Urine Loss Color the Golden Years

Office Injection Procedure for Urinary Incontinence

Read a Magazine and Regain Urinary Continence

Position Statement on Mesh Midurethral Slings

Botox Covered by Insurance

Walk to Guard Against Disease!

Estrogen Treatment Possible Side-Effects Often Overstated -- Consider the Benefits!

What the doctor does not tell you…

Tips from Dr. Sprock
September 2013

Health and Feeling Good About Yourself

I have to Go All the Time

Treatments for Fecal Incontinence

Third Generation i-Lipo Xcell now available!  FIRST IN U.S.A.

Central Florida UroGynecology Opens Its New Facility on Eyster in Rockledge

Tips from Dr. Sprock
 March 19     March 10

But I don't have to go ...

Pelvic floor muscle training and the In Tone® device

Jessica Alba had i-Lipo, Would you?

Take Action in the New Year !!

InTone Home Device to Treat Urinary Incontinence

Regenlite Skin Tightening and Collagen Stimulation

New Options for Incontinence

Sexy Meshes ???

Control Incontinence.  Enjoy Being a Senior!

A Happy Patient Testimonial - Swimming Again After Bladder Procedure  <external>

Getting Rid of Adult Diapers

Nocturia, Nighttime Voiding

Dr. Sprock Connects with her Patients

Inches Off Where You Want Them Off - I-Lipo® Introduction

Another Incontinence Success Story

Space Coast Daily:  Dr. Sprock Does I-Lipo  <external>

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The Thrill is Gone
by: Katrina Davis M.D., F.A.C.O.G.

Loss of desire or enjoyment of sex affects 40% of women. It becomes more and more common as women age. In men, the main issue seems to be erectile dysfunction. But in women, there are multiple causes.

Lack of sex drive or sexual dysfunction is expressed in a variety of ways. You may feel that you don’t enjoy sex as much as you once did. You may have decreased pleasure or sensation. You may have trouble achieving or decreased intensity of orgasms. On the other hand, you may not feel the urge to initiate sex. Maybe you don’t have desire, but once it starts you have a normal experience.

There are many causes for decreased sex drive. Problems with lifestyle may be the issue. A life that is hectic and full of stress may not leave much room for sex. Relationship issues can put a damper on sex drive. Sometimes there are problems with the vagina such as dryness, pain, decreased or absent sensation. Maybe the vagina is too tight or too lose. There may be problems with hormones. Estrogen or testosterone levels may be too low. There are chronic illnesses such as diabetes and Multiple Sclerosis which can affect sexual function. Finally medications such as certain antidepressants can change sexual function.

Since the causes are many, the treatment approaches vary. Counseling, lifestyle changes and strategies to improve body image may be helpful in some cases. Lubricants, hormones, or laser therapy can help with dryness. Hormone patches, pills, or creams may be what you need. There are various prescription or compounded medications that may be helpful in restoring sex drive.

It is crucial to understand the cause of decreased sex drive before trying to fix it. You can take testosterone all day, but if the problem is that you are upset with your partner, then you may want to have sex, but still not with that person.

The important thing is to not suffer in silence. There can be many causes for female sex problems and there are treatments available. Don’t just accept that “this is a part of getting older”.

Have a conversation with your doctor today and explore your options.

Marja Sprock, M.D and Katrina Davis M.D. are board certified in OB/GYN and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (Urogynecology) and are offering academic level medicine in a private practice setting.

"Central Florida UroGynecology where high tech and common sense meet"

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101 Eyster Boulevard, Rockledge, FL 32955

Phone 321-806-3929

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