Nearly half of women ages 30 to 50 have experienced low sex drive at some point. However, there are treatments that can help.
Stacey Towne, 46, knew there was more to her exhaustion than just being a busy mother of five.
Her husband heard an ad on the radio for Coastal Urology’s Women’s Institute for Sexual Health and that’s when she made a life-changing phone call.
Towne described the treatment, involving something the size of a grain of rice, as “magic.”
“For me, this is above and beyond anything I could have asked for,” she said. “We have a big family, so it’s not like we didn’t before, but now it’s enjoyable and I’m the one who says, ‘Hey, honey, you want to?’”
On Tuesday, May 22, on WECT News at 11, learn more about the procedure that Towne said boosted her energy and libido.
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