How To Stop Having Painful Sex & Sexual “Dysfunction” – With Urologist Dr. Nicole Eisenbrown

Why do a lot of vulva-owners experience painful sex? What can they do about it both holistically and via working with a medical professional? What about penis-owners who experience some form of “sexual dysfunction”? And how do PRP, FemiWave and GAINSWave work? Dr. Eisenbrown answers all this and more. 

We also answer a sex question: Am I addicted to sex? 

Want to skip to the interview? Fast forward to minute 15.

About our guest: Dr. Eisenbrown is a private practicing urologist who is board certified in both Urology and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPM-RS).  Her practice is dedicated to restoring pelvic health in women. This includes all types of incontinence, but also includes reconstructive surgery for prolapse, female sexual dysfunction, stone disease, recurrent urinary tract infections, and all general urologic problems.

Dr. Eisenbrown graduated at the top of her class at the University of Florida in 1997.  She completed her general surgery and urology residency training also at the University of Florida in 2002. She became one of the first urologists in the country to become dual board certified in both urology and female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery in 2014. Although she is fully trained and all aspects of urology, her practice from the beginning has focused on female pelvic health issues.

Dr. Eisenbrown is a #1 best selling author of several books. Her newest book “Sometimes I laugh So Hard the Tears Run Down My Legs” was written to help educate women about this very common problem.  Her Earlier book “Why Does Sex Hurt” is written for women who suffer from painful intercourse.

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