Women’s Sexual Health in Paducah

Women’s Sexual Health

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Welcome to Frazine Wellness

Rediscover The Joy Of Intimacy

Sexual Wellness is having a healthy and satisfying sex life without discomfort, dysfunction, or distress.

It is an essential aspect of overall well-being and contributes to a fulfilling and healthy lifestyle. Sexual problems are reported by 40% of women worldwide and can negatively impact relationships and quality of life.

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At Frazine Wellness, we offer personalized treatment plans to help improve sexual health for women and bring back your satisfaction. Our sexual wellness program is designed to diagnose, treat, and manage sexual dysfunction using a multidisciplinary approach. Visits will focus on your goals and solution options. Treatments may include education, medication, pelvic floor therapy, hormones, and/or counseling. You don’t have to face these challenges alone! Let us guide you towards a healthier and happier intimate life.

What We Treat

Low Sexual Desire

Arousal Disorders

Female Orgasmic Disorder


Pelvic and Vulvar Pain


Vaginal Dryness and Irritation

Vulvar Skin Disorders

Sexual Health After Cancer

Why Choose Frazine Wellness for Women’s Sexual Health in Paducah?


Specialized Training & Experience

Deborah French, PA-C has completed specialized post graduate training in sexual health from the University of Michigan. She is currently finishing requirements for an AASECT Sexuality Counselor through the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapist. She has over 20 years of experience in Women’s Health and Internal Medicine.

Comprehensive Assessment and Diagnosis

Through medical consultations, examinations, and specialized testing, we will work to uncover the root causes of your sexual concerns to develop an accurate diagnosis leading you to the best treatment plan.

Evidence-Based Treatments

We listen to your concerns and review your medical history to develop a treatment program that is tailored to you.

Education and Guidance

We believe that education and self-empowerment are crucial components of sexual well-being. We aim to equip you with the information and tools needed to make informed decisions in participating in your own care. We will provide you with resources necessary to understand your concerns and explore strategies to improve your sexual health.

What to Expect

Initial Women’s Sexual Health Visit



Before your sexual health consultation visit in Paducah, you will receive some forms through the patient portal. These should be filled out prior to the visit so that the provider will have a clear idea of the problems you would like to discuss. During the visit you will discuss your concerns and symptoms. Examination and laboratory testing may be done. You should allow 60-75 minutes for your first visit. Within 48 hours, you will receive a digital summary of the visit with education material through our app.


Follow Up Visit #1

At your first scheduled follow up visit, lab results, diagnosis, and treatment options will be discussed. Together, we will determine the best combination of treatments based on your needs and goals which may include medications, education, counseling, or therapy.


Follow Up Visit #2

At your second follow up visit, we will discuss your improvement and progress. We will adjust treatments and/or dosage of medications if needed. We will determine the next steps based on your current progress and goals.


    • Initial Evaluation all new patients (60-75 minutes) $275

      Includes thorough intake, a customized wellness plan with your concerns and goals at the forefront, lab ordering and review if appropriate, and solution focused treatment recommendations. After your visit, you will receive a comprehensive, individualized wellness plan in PDF format with relevant education materials.

      Follow-Up Counseling (50 minutes) $150

      Sexual Health and/or Hormone Follow Up (30 minutes) $100

Frequently Asked Questions

What causes female sexual dysfunction?

Female sexual dysfunction can have various causes, including physical factors (hormonal imbalances, medical conditions, medications), psychological factors (stress, anxiety, depression), relationship issues, past trauma, and cultural or societal influences.

How common is female sexual dysfunction?

Female sexual dysfunction is relatively common, and studies have shown that it affects a significant number of women at some point in their lives.

Can hormonal changes affect female sexual function?

Yes, hormonal changes can impact female sexual function. Fluctuations in hormone levels, such as those that occur during the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, postpartum period, and menopause, can affect libido, arousal, and vaginal lubrication.

How can I address low sexual desire or libido?

Addressing low libido involves understanding the underlying causes. In women, this is usually multifactorial and may involve lifestyle changes (such as stress management, exercise, and adequate sleep), addressing relationship issues, counseling or therapy, addressing underlying medical issues, medical interventions, and/or hormone therapy.

When should I seek professional help for female sexual dysfunction?

If you’re experiencing persistent sexual difficulties that affect your quality of life, self-esteem, or relationships, it’s advisable to seek professional help. A healthcare provider or a specialist in sexual medicine can assess your situation, provide guidance, and suggest appropriate treatment options.

Does Frazine Wellness accept insurance?

Frazine Wellness does not currently participate with commercial insurance plans and is considered an out-of-network provider. Patients benefit from this model by experiencing longer appointments and more personalized care. You can use your insurance for labs and possibly for medications.

At the end of your appointment, you will be provided with an itemized payment summary. Upon request, you may request a superbill for you to submit to your insurance for possible out-of-network reimbursement. Our office accepts payment forms of: Health Savings Account (HSA), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Credit Card, Cash, Check, Care Credit, or Cherry.

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