As a female, your body is designed for exquisite, mind-blowing sexual pleasure, yet often women's experiences in the bedroom are less than that. Why? Fanning the Female Flame exposes the many obstacles that hinder you from experiencing all that is possible. From her decades of work with women with low desire, both in her Female Sexual Medicine practice and in her "In the Bedroom" classes, Susan shares life-changing gems exposes the many obstacles that hinder you to navigate around those roadblocks.
Susan K. Preslar
Susan Preslar has a state-of- the-art gynecological practice that optimizes women’s overall health and well-being with a special focus on sexual health. She provides general gynecological care to females from age twelve to post menopause and every age in between. Whether it is menstrual cramps, PMS, hot flashes, insomnia, yeast infections, PCOS, irregular or heavy bleeding, vaginal dryness, sexual dysfunction, fatigue or other female complaints. Well versed in hormones, Susan evaluates hormone balance and uses bio-identical hormones and/or other prescription medications, supplements and lifestyle changes.
A graduate of New York Medical College/Pace University’s Nurse Practitioner Program, Susan did her FNP preceptorship at Harvard Community Health Plan in Cambridge, MA. Previously an Associate Professor and Director of the Health and Wellness Center at SOU,she brings a wealth of clinical experience and training to your visit. In her evaluation of women who are frustrated with their lack of orgasm or arousal, low desire for sex, vaginal dryness, lack of sensation, or pain during sexual activity she blends the best of what nutrition, fitness, and medicine have to offer. Her patients are effusive in their appreciation of recapturing their energy, optimism and sexuality.
Susan is the author of soon to be released “Fanning The Female Flame: How To Increase Your Desire For Sex (Without changing partners).” She also creates workshops. Women are not simple, and you can’t say everything in an office visit. It takes two evenings to begin to say all of what there is to say about women and sexual desire, arousal and orgasm. Women, who were hesitant to come to the class because sex is such a private aspect of their lives, report afterwards that they are glad they took this chance.