Better Orgasms for Women

Enhancing your sexual pleasure is a right, not a privilege. And achieving better orgasms couldn’t be simpler with the latest innovations in sexual wellness. At AsandraMD, we understand the importance of a satisfying sex life, which is why we offer a range of treatments and techniques to help women achieve their desired level of sexual satisfaction.

Medical interventions, such as the non-invasive soundwave-based treatment Cliovana, hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and autologous conditioned plasma (ACP) can help women to improve their sexual pleasure, particularly in perimenopause, menopause, and post-menopause. Beyond medical interventions, there are several lifestyle changes that can improve sexual pleasure. These include clitoral and vaginal stimulation, exploring the G-spot, practicing Kegel exercises to strengthen pelvic muscles, using lubrication, mindfulness practices, effective communication with your partner, and incorporating foreplay and sex toys into your sexual routine.

At AsandraMD in Beverly Hills and Newport Beach, Dr. Christopher Asandra and his team prioritize personalized care and attention to detail. We believe that every woman’s sexual journey is unique, which is why we take the time to understand each patient’s specific needs and desires. Contact us today at (424) 542-8881 or complete a simple form to learn more about how we can help you achieve better orgasms and a more fulfilling sex life.

About Women’s Sexual Wellness

Research shows that 40% of women will experience some type of sexual problem during their lifetimes. (1) Female sexual health is a complex and multifaceted topic involving many factors, including hormone levels, pelvic floor muscles, intimacy, and mental health, among others. While many women experience satisfying sexual encounters, some may struggle with sexual dysfunction, decreased arousal, vaginal dryness, and difficulty achieving orgasm. What’s more, these issues can significantly impact one’s quality of life and interpersonal relationships.

Sexual Function & Health

Studies indicate that women with certain health conditions are more likely to have difficulty achieving orgasm. This includes patients with heart failure and patients with diabetes. In fact, data shows that 87% of middle-aged women with heart failure have some level of sexual dysfunction, with 67% stating they have orgasm difficulties. Additionally, just over 7 in 10 women with diabetes also experience secondary sexual dysfunction difficulties.(2)

At AsandraMD, we understand that every woman’s sexual needs are unique and require personalized attention. We offer comprehensive treatment options that aim to improve female sexual function and satisfaction. Our approach focuses on addressing the root causes of sexual dysfunction rather than merely treating its symptoms.

Sexual wellness and vitality are important for you and for your partner. Read the AsandraMD blog or listen to Dr. Asandra’s podcast for more information about men’s sexual health.


Cliovana is a non-invasive treatment that stimulates the clitoris and increases blood flow, leading to stronger and more frequent orgasms. It utilizes targeted sound wave energy to enhance intimate wellness and promote vaginal rejuvenation. 

How Does Cliovana Work?

The pain-free procedure works by stimulating blood flow to the clitoris, increasing sensitivity, and improving orgasmic function. The Cliovana device creates an intracellular reaction that releases growth factors and stimulates new vascular formations in the area of treatment. This non-invasive treatment is an excellent alternative to the O-Shot, which involves injections into the genital region.

Cliovana Benefits

As a leading expert in the field of sexual health, Dr. Asandra has helped countless women achieve their desired results through Cliovana. Here are some of the many benefits that you can expect from this treatment:

  • Increased libido: Cliovana can help increase your sex drive, making you feel more interested in sexual activities.
  • Enhanced sexual pleasure: With Cliovana, you can experience heightened sensitivity during sexual activities, leading to increased sexual pleasure.
  • Improved vaginal lubrication: Cliovana helps improve vaginal lubrication, which can make sexual intercourse more comfortable and enjoyable.
  • Stronger orgasms: Cliovana can lead to stronger, more intense orgasms, making sexual activities much more satisfying.
  • Increased confidence: By improving your sexual function and satisfaction, Cliovana can boost your self-esteem and increase your overall confidence.
  • Improved relationship satisfaction: When you feel more confident and satisfied in your sex life, it can have positive effects on your relationship satisfaction.
  • Increased intimacy: Cliovana can help improve intimacy between partners by making sexual activities more enjoyable and satisfying.
  • Reduced stress levels: Sexual dysfunction can often cause stress and anxiety. Cliovana can alleviate these feelings by improving sexual function and satisfaction.

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

As women age, hormonal changes can affect their sexual health. Menopause brings about a significant decrease in estrogen and progesterone levels, which can cause vaginal dryness, decreased libido, and sexual dysfunction. These symptoms can lead to difficulty achieving orgasm and a decrease in sexual satisfaction. However, HRT can help.

Estrogen levels decrease during menopause, leading to vaginal dryness, hot flashes, mood changes, and bone density loss. These changes can also cause sexual dysfunction and reduced libido, making it difficult to achieve orgasm. HRT replaces the hormones that the body has stopped producing. This treatment can increase estrogen levels, reducing vaginal dryness and discomfort during sexual activity. It can also improve sexual function and boost libido, leading to better, more satisfying orgasms.

In addition to improving sexual health, HRT can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, which increases after menopause. (3) And by increasing estrogen levels, HRT can also help maintain healthy cholesterol levels and prevent plaque buildup in arteries.

Autologous Conditioned Plasma (ACP)

ACP therapy, also known as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, is a form of regenerative medicine that uses growth factors from a patient’s own blood to stimulate healing and rejuvenation. 

For women experiencing sexual dysfunction or difficulty achieving orgasm, ACP therapy can be a game-changer. The growth factors found in the concentrated plasma promote increased blood flow and nerve sensitivity in the targeted areas, resulting in heightened sexual pleasure and intensity of orgasms. Additionally, ACP therapy can help address other issues commonly associated with aging and menopause, such as vaginal dryness and pain during intercourse

The procedure involves drawing a small amount of blood from the patient and processing it in a centrifuge to concentrate platelets and growth factors. This concentrated plasma is then injected into the targeted area, such as the clitoris, G-spot, or vaginal walls, to promote natural healing and tissue regeneration.

Our team of experienced professionals in Beverly Hills and Newport Beach offers ACP therapy for sexual wellness and vaginal rejuvenation. Our approach is tailored to each patient’s unique needs and goals, ensuring a personalized and effective treatment plan.

Personal Consultation

Every woman deserves to experience pleasure and satisfaction during sexual activity. During your personal consultation at our Beverly Hills or Huntington Beach office, Dr. Asandra will take the time to listen to your needs and concerns related to sexual health. He will conduct a thorough medical evaluation to assess any underlying health conditions that may be contributing to your symptoms. In addition, he will discuss your sexual history, relationship dynamics, and other factors that may be impacting your sexual function.

Once he has gathered all the necessary information, he will create a personalized treatment plan based on your unique needs.

Cost of Sexual Wellness Treatments for Women in Beverly Hills

At AsandraMD, we believe that investing in female pleasure and orgasm improvement is priceless. When considering the expenses associated with sexual wellness, it’s important to remember that investing in your sexual satisfaction can have a positive impact on your overall well-being. If you’re looking for a way to enhance your sexual pleasure and improve your quality of life, contact us today at (424) 542-8881 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Christopher Asandra. We’ll work with you to develop a treatment plan that fits your budget and helps you achieve your goals.


Can hormonal imbalances Affect my orgasms?

Yes, hormonal imbalances can affect sexual function in women. Low levels of estrogen and testosterone can lead to decreased libido and difficulty achieving orgasm. Hormone replacement therapy may be an option to balance hormone levels.

What are orgasmic disorders?

Orgasmic disorders refer to difficulty achieving orgasm or a lack of sexual satisfaction. This can be caused by various factors such as hormonal imbalances, psychological issues, or medical conditions. Seeking medical advice from a healthcare professional may help address these concerns.

What are the best treatments for female sexual wellness?

There is no one-size-fits-all sexual wellness treatment for women, and treatment success will vary from patient to patient. However, there are now many different options available such as non-invasive Cliovana, hormone replacement therapy, and autologous conditioned plasma. Speak to a sexual wellness specialist to find out which treatment or combination of treatments is best for your unique circumstances.


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