Dr Jennifer Krup MD
Jennifer Krup, M.D. has actively practiced medicine for 39 years. In 2000, she was
invited to London, England to establish the UK’s first Anti-Aging Center. After the
successful launch of HB Health, Dr. Krup returned to Virginia Beach, Virginia, where,
as medical director for Rejuvinage, she has successfully treated more than three
thousand patients in her Personalized Medical Practice. Her science based practice
focuses on healthy aging utilizing Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
(BHRT) and lifestyle changes necessary to achieve optimal health and wellness.
The large number of women in her practice complaining of sexual issues over the
years encouraged Dr. Krup to further study female sexuality and sexual dysfunction.
She has researched the symptoms and causes extensively and incorporates
treatment plans in her Personalized Medical Practice. Helping women restore their
physical and mental well-being is Dr. Krup’s personal passion. By staying true to
her vision, she has been able to treat patients from all walks of life.
During her career Dr. Krup has lectured on BHRT to health care practitioners as well
as the general public. She has also created an in office Physician Training Program
focusing on Personalized Medicine and BHRT. This program provides practitioners
hands on experience in her Virginia Beach office.
2017 -Female Sexual Dysfunction
Female Sexual Dysfunction refers to a problem during any phase of the sexual
response cycle that prevents the woman from experiencing satisfaction from sexual
activity. The sexual response cycle has four phases: excitement, plateau, orgasm
and resolution. Sexual response involves a complex interplay of physiology,
emotions, experiences, lifestyle and relationships. Disruption of any response can
affect sexual desire, arousal or satisfaction.
Because Female Sexual Dysfunction can occur at any stage of life and has many
symptoms and causes, the ideal approach to treatment involves a combined plan
focusing on medical and emotional issues. Many issues can be addressed by treating
the underlying physical or psychological problem.
A woman’s sexuality is a complex interplay of physical and emotional responses that
affect the way she thinks and feels about herself. This presentation outlines the
problem of Female Sexual Dysfunction as well as the medical approach to diagnosis