Personal experiences and the advent of technology
It’s easy to simply nod and move on if a subject has been described as personal. To a lot of people this means that the discussion is over. It’s often seen as shorthand for a topic being a bit too close to home. But a reporter recently discussed her experiences with the new female viagra. To be more specific, it’s known as addyi. She wasn’t just able to offer up a lot of information on the substance itself. In the process of writing about the medicine she shed a bit of light on the whole concept of privacy. Because for a lot of people, discussions of female libido are rather off limits. Too much, too little it really doesn’t matter. It’s usually considered off the table of discussion unless with someone very close. But that doesn’t really work very well for new treatments relating to libido problems. There’s not going to be many other people out there taking it. So someone, like the reporter, really talking about it becomes a rather big deal.
Her findings on the female viagra
What she found wound up being rather impressive. The short of it is that she renewed the prescription because of how effective it was for her. But the reasoning behind that decision is probably going to help a lot of people. One of the big reasons for her decision comes down to mechanism of action. There’s one big difference between the male and female viagra. For men, it’s less about treating libido as it is physical issues with the reproductive system. But for women, the actual issue comes from transmission and processing between that system and the brain. Basically, the medicine creates a more hospitable environment for the brain to process signals related to intimacy. The end result is quite similar between the two medicines. But at the same time it’s clear why this new area of research was needed.
That " Little Pink Pill", Addyi-The Women's Viagra
Everybody heard about that little pink pill, not unless let have been just hiding under a rock for the past several years! This little pink pill is called Addyi, and it's all over any search engine on the web you look at. All that being said, this pill is named Addyi, and it has been given the Food and Drug Administration approval, as a prescribed drug registered to treat the symptoms of female sexual dysfunction in premenopausal females. This drug, unlike the male Viagra medication, works on the brain and its responses.
What Does Addyi Do?
The Addyi pill works on the gray matter of the brain that controls moods. The Addyi pill does not perform any added stimulation or blood flow to the female genitalia. It works in the brain and the brains effect on moods.
Where Can I Buy Addyi
Addyi can only be bought from a registered pharmacy with a physician,s prescription for the patient. Addyi cannot be bought over the counter or online(without a doctor's prescription). That being said, interested women in this new medication should not confuse this Food and Drug Administration approved medication with some of the online supplements offered, proposing themselves as the " female viagra" or that " little pink pill". Unfortunately, those type supplements could be more harm than good, because none of the claims has been reviewed or supported. If you are interested in Addyi, first, you should schedule a consultation with your physician, and review your medical record, to see if Addyi is a medication that should be considered safe to use for your sexual dysfunction issues.
There are side effects to Addyi that only a qualified physician should be used in the administration of this drug.
Addyi is definitely a medical historical event in the treatment of female sexual dysfunction. Addyi is the only medication for premenopausal sexual dysfunction approved by the Food and Drug Administration.