The symptoms women experience as they approach and hit menopause can be all-consuming and affect many aspects of their life, including intimacy. Dr. Pamela Gaudry, MD, NCMP, FACOG, educates women about every aspect of menopause and how it affects their physical and emotional well-being. Part of her treatment includes marriage counseling and medical sex therapy. For help managing the changes that occur during menopause, call the Georgia Center for Menopausal Medicine in Savannah, Georgia, or book an appointment online.
Medical sex therapy is specialized counseling aimed at bringing you closer to your partner. As an OB/GYN, Dr. Pam has a clinical background and can talk to you about sexual wellness and the problems and challenges you might face medically. But, as a women’s health advocate and menopausal expert, she offers more to patients.
To further connect you and your partner, Dr. Pam uses her medical sex therapy training to help bring the intimacy and romance back into your sex life after menopause.
Through her counseling, she helps you better understand what’s happening during menopause and how it might affect your emotional and physical health. While Dr. Pam may be talking to you, she encourages you to include your partner in the discussion to open the lines of communication and improve both you and your partner’s sexual happiness.
The goal of menopausal counseling is to help you better understand what’s happening to your body during menopause. Dr. Pam aims to empower you with knowledge.
Perimenopause, the transitional period before you hit menopause, and menopause cause both physical and emotional symptoms. Dr. Pam helps you understand the physical changes that occur during menopause, how these changes might make you feel, and what you can do to manage both the physical and emotional symptoms.
While talk therapy is an important aspect of Dr. Pam’s marriage counseling, she also offers medication to help improve arousal and sexual function.
Addy™ is a prescription medication that increases a woman’s libido. However, Dr. Pam wants to point out that this medication can help many women, but it’s not effective for everyone.
For women experiencing vaginal dryness or atrophy, Dr. Pam offers MonaLisa Touch® at the Georgia Center for Menopausal Medicine. MonaLisa Touch uses a special laser light to rejuvenate vaginal health. It stimulates the production of collagen, a protein responsible for the elasticity and strength of your vaginal wall, to improve lubrication.
For help managing menopause and the effects it has on your personal life, call the office or book an appointment online.