Doctors who treat FSD across the USA


Hey, don't steal my artwork!
Ask for permission by e-mailing anon@mama.indstate.edu



The doctors are listed by alphabetic order of the state in which they practice.
If you can't find your state, be sure to check other nearby states.
And keep checking back, because any time I hear about a good doctor, he or she will be added to this list.



Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Soth Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
Washington, D.C.
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
If no one is listed in your state...
Alabama
There are none listed at this time.

Alaska
There are none listed at this time.

Arizona
There are none listed at this time.

Arkansas
There are none listed at this time.

California

Drs. Laura and Jennifer Berman
UCLA - Dept of Urology
Los Angeles, CA
310/794-0206

Drs. Laura and Jennifer Berman are the gold standard to treating FSD. During a visit to them, you will first see a psychologist, and afterwards will have an array of physical testing done, including measuring how sensitive you are to stimulation, blood tests, et cetera. However, there is a long wait to see them and they do not take insurance. Their fee is $2100-$3000 per visit. The less you have done, the cheaper it is.


Colorado
There are none listed at this time.

Connecticut
There are none listed at this time.

Delaware
There are none listed at this time.

Florida
There are none listed at this time.

Georgia
There are none listed at this time.

Hawaii
There are none listed at this time.

Idaho
There are none listed at this time.

Illinois
There are none listed at this time.

Indiana

The Grey Clinic
3850 Shore Drive
Suite 215
Indianapolis, Indiana 46254
Tel (317) 387-0602
Fax (317) 387-0607
Email: sexinfo@greyclinic.com


I do not know of anyone who has gone to this doctor, but am considering going there myself. As far as I can tell at the moment, this clinic treats, along with male sexual problems, female hypoactive desire disorder. They also have sex therapists.

Iowa
There are none listed at this time.

Kansas
There are none listed at this time.

Kentucky
There are none listed at this time.

Louisiana
There are none listed at this time.

Maine
There are none listed at this time.

Maryland
There are none listed at this time.

Massachusetts

Irwin Goldstein, MD
Urologist and team
Boston University Medical Ctr
Boston, MA 617/638-8485

This doctor is the gold standard for treating FSD. He does the same kind of testing as the Bermans in L.A. (see California), except I do not know whether he has a psychologist on staff. The Drs. Berman used to work with this doctor. His rate is $639, and he does not take insurance. He is compassionate and caring, as is all of his staff, but if he is out-of-town, your calls may not get returned.


Michigan
There are none listed at this time.

Minnesota
There are none listed at this time.

Mississippi
There are none listed at this time.

Missouri
There are none listed at this time.

Montana
There are none listed at this time.

Nebraska
There are none listed at this time.

Nevada
There are none listed at this time.

New Hampshire
There are none listed at this time.

New Jersey
There are none listed at this time.

New Mexico
There are none listed at this time.

New York
There are none listed at this time.

North Carolina
Drs. John Steege and Denniz Zolnoun at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. These doctors specialize in Vulvar Vestibulitis. I do not have any other information at the present, but I've spoke to a woman who has seen them and she was pleased.
North Dakota
There are none listed at this time.

Ohio

Oregon
There are none listed at this time.

Pennsylvania

Dr.Douglas MacKay MD
Valley Women's Health PC
Office in: Jefferson, McMurray, and Monongahela
Near Pittsburg, PA
#724-942-7550 (specify which location when calling)

This doctor takes insurance. He does not do the elaborate testing as is done at UCLA, but he is compassionate, understanding, helpful, and knowledgable about natural hormone use, testosterone, et cetera. If you have a hormonal problem and can easily travel to Pittsburg, this is a good doctor.

Rhode Island
There are none listed at this time.

South Carolina
There are none listed at this time.

South Dakota
There are none listed at this time.

Tennessee
There are none listed at this time.

Texas
Dr. Selina Lin in Katy, TX has been reported to me as being very open and caring and willing to work with you and try to "get things right". She has a busy ob/gyn practice, doesn't specifically list FSD as part of her practice but is is helpful and listens to your concerns and what research you may have done and will work with you. She uses a compounding pharmacy for some prescriptions. Someone who posted on my guestbook suggested her but I myself know nothing more about her.


Dr. Trish Shimer in the Austin area treats Vulvar Vestibulitis. I have no testimony or contact information, but I do know this doctor trained under the Chapel Hill, North Carolina doctor (see North Carolina).

Utah
There are none listed at this time.

Vermont
There are none listed at this time.

Virginia
There are none listed at this time.

Washington
There are none listed at this time.

Washington, D.C.
There are none listed at this time.

West Virginia
There are none listed at this time.

Wisconsin
There are none listed at this time.

Wyoming
There are none listed at this time.

If there are no doctors listed in your state or any surrounding states, I know of a list of doctors that supposedly treat FSD. I don't guarentee that these doctors will be any good. In fact, I went to a doctor on the list and he was completely cold, uncaring, and incompetent. He was a gynecologist, but only examined one of my breasts. He didn't bother to warm the scapula, and ignored me when I complained that the exam was painful. He didn't even bother to talk to me after I got dressed, and when I brought up my FSD issues, he brushed them aside completely. So don't blame me if doctors on this list are terrible. I try to provide names of doctors and clinics for whom I have read testimony of women I am acquainted with online, who have had their fair share of complaints about bad doctors. This is a list of doctors who self-reportedly will treat FSD issues, but some are good and some are bad. Click here for the searchable list.

Another potential source of physicians are medical abstracts. If a doctor has written a paper on a problem you are facing, then it's likely he or she will be able to help with your problem, unless of course the doctor is a researcher and does not practice, or did the work as a student and does not have a medical license. You may want to visit your local city's medical school to look up journal articles, which appear in a wide range of journals, such as urology journals, OB/GYN journals, general medical journals, sexual function journals...a good place to start is looking through abstracts I know of a source of recent FSD abstracts online, located here. Go to the Abstract Archive to look for names of doctors, then try the city phone book to look them up. Remember to look for them under clinics, psychologists, and urologists, not just gynecologists!

Copyright 2002 by Anon