As years pass, the general stresses of life can get in the way of a couple’s intimacy. Join us on March 25th at the Waterfront Hy-Vee to learn some tips to keep the spark alive. Enjoy a delicious dish of honey chili glazed Salmon while Veronika Kolder, MD provides tips on how to maintain that va-va-voom with your partner. Classes fill up fast, so register today!
Dr. Kolder is the medical director of the UI Menopause and Sexual Health Clinic. She was trained at the University of Illinois in Chicago, and spent most of her career in private practice in Iowa City. Since moving to the University of Iowa in 2008, her focus has included the care of midlife women and teaching about menopause and sexual health. View Dr. Kolder's profile.
In order to overcome fading intimacy in a committed relationship, you have to attract each other over and over again. To do this, you must understand how your partner’s mind and body react. This fact sheet will give you tips on how to stay in sync. View and download the fact sheet.
This spring marks the opening of the Menopause and Sexual Health Clinic. It is staffed by three North American Menopause Society-certified Menopause Practitioners who offer a variety of services including treatment of hot flashes, sleep disturbances and sexual pain associated with the menopause transition. Appointments are available at (319) 356-2294.
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