Are you experiencing SD symptoms?
Both men and women can experience sexual dysfunction (SD). In fact, it’s a relatively common problem. It can occur at any age, but most often sexual dysfunction occurs in people between the ages of 40 and 65. The most common problems related to sexual dysfunction include: inhibited sexual desire, inability to become aroused, lack of orgasm in women or lack of ejaculation or premature ejaculation in men.

According to the National Institute for Health:

With SD, symptoms aren’t just physical. Many men and women experience feelings of insecurity or inadequacy. Sexual partners can also feel as if they aren’t as appealing, which can cause tension in relationships. The loss of desire because of physical and emotional factors is a potential symptom as well. You don’t have to put up with these symptoms. There are effective treatments for SD that can help.

Whole Body Wellness


You are more likely to experience SD as you age, but it’s not a normal part of aging.
SD can be caused by many factors:

  • Stress
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Depression, anxiety, & other mental health conditions
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Heart disease
  • Clogged blood vessels
  • High blood pressure
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Tobacco use
  • Sleep problems
  • Alcoholism
  • Surgery
  • Injuries
  • Certain prescription medications

Since SD doesn’t have one single root cause, it’s important that the SD treatment plan you follow suits your unique needs. Besides providing oral and injectable treatments that directly address SD and help you get and maintain an erection, we provide a holistic approach to hormonal health, fitness, and diet that can address some of those underlying causes as well.

At 4Ever Young, we’re committed to providing you with the highest level of personal care. We want you to feel like a rock star in and out of the bedroom, and paying attention to your individual situation in a judgment-free zone is the first step in making that a reality.

Don’t let SD put your sex life on hold

We have a range of options to help you feel your best in the bedroom, including:



Oral Prescriptions

Injectables & Bioidentical HRT



PT-141 is a melanocortin based peptide that activates dopamine hormones which play a major role in sexual motivation. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter associated with sexual performance. So, when you have low levels of dopamine, your libido is lowered. PT-141 addresses symptoms of sexual dysfunction for both men who have erectile dysfunction or impotence and women with sexual arousal disorder. PT-141 may also be an alternative to other erectile dysfunction medications such as Viagra or Cialis.

  • Helps enhance sexual satisfaction
  • Increases libido and sexual desire
  • Promotes stronger erections


Every patient is different. To help ensure the safety of SD treatment, we require appropriate testing, examination and discussion of your symptoms with a healthcare practitioner. Our custom SD treatment plan will address your existing health conditions and unique needs. We’ll be with you every step of the way as you take charge of your sexual health.


Do SD treatment plans include bioidentical HRT?

While hormone imbalances and deficiencies are a common contributor to SD, they aren’t always what’s causing your SD. Our experienced staff will evaluate your symptoms and health to create a treatment plan that makes sense for you. In follow-up appointments we’ll evaluate your progress and make changes to your treatment plan as necessary.

How long until I feel results?

For many men and women, SD medications fix the problem with the first dose. For those who have other underlying mental or physical health conditions, it might take some time to find the right mix of treatments to start reversing SD.

Will I ever “get better” on my own?

As we’ve explained, there’s not just one cause of SD. For men and women whose SD is caused by obesity, tobacco use, alcoholism, or other treatable physical or mental factors, fixing those problems may actually help you resolve the situation on your own. But in many cases, there are a combination of factors that contribute to SD.

Is my SD treatment covered by insurance?

Your coverage for SD depends on your individual health insurance and what treatments you are receiving. In many cases, oral prescriptions for SD are covered. Our experienced administrative staff will help you figure out how an SD treatment plan fits with your coverage, and we provide a range of payment options for things that insurance won’t cover.

* Individual Results May Vary & Are Not Guaranteed

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