Healthcare: Urology Services

Sexual Wellness Program


The Sexual Wellness Program in the Scott Department of Urology at Baylor Medicine is dedicated to the comprehensive evaluation and treatment of sexual dysfunction.

  • Approximately 52 percent of American men suffer from some degree of sexual dysfunction.
  • Female Sexual Dysfunction, or FSD, affects 43 percent (approximately 40 million) of American women.

Specialty Areas



Physicians in the Sexual Wellness Program believe that sexual dysfunction is a couple's disease and the couple should be treated concurrently. There is much data supporting this belief.

Among men with ED, 43 percent of their female partners will have FSD. Conversely, among women with FSD, 29 percent of their male partners will have ED. Sexual dysfunction is clearly a couple's disease and both partners should be evaluated and treated in order to maximize therapy.


Our Physicians


Larry I. Lipshultz, M.D.

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Professor of Urology
Lester and Sue Smith Chair in Reproductive Medicine
Chief, Division of Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery
Medical Director, Laboratory for Male Reproductive Research and Testing
Specialist in Male Reproductive Health (Infertility, Erectile Dysfunction) and Microsurgery
Senior Advisor, Laboratory for Andrology Research

Michael Coburn, M.D.

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Professor and Russell and Mary Hugh Scott Chair in Urology
Chief of Urology Service, Ben Taub Hospital
Director of Education, Scott Department of Urology

Mohit Khera, M.D.

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Associate Professor of Urology
Director, Laboratory for Andrology Research
Medical Director, Houston Hospital for Specialized Surgery