“I Want What She is Having:” Females and Arousal Enhancing Creams“I Want What She is Having:” Females and Arousal Enhancing Creams https://communityclinicalrx.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/female-arousal-enhancement-creams-mesa-az-pharmacy-1024x538.jpg 1024 538 Community Clinical Pharmacy Community Clinical Pharmacy https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/e5859a5ea81a26a35dbca0f20faaa25d?s=96&d=mm&r=g
I Want What She is Having:
Females and Arousal Enhancing Creams
When we hear about sexual dysfunction, it is almost always related to men. That is why there are close to 2 dozen FDA approved medications to assist men in the bedroom but there is only one available for women. In this day and age, females have started to speak up. As a woman, you can easily live a few decades after you enter menopause. And this period can be even longer, when a woman goes into early menopause either naturally or because of hysterectomy and removal of the ovaries.
Risk Factors: Early Onset of Menopause
Chemotherapy and radiation may also contribute to early onset of menopause. Sexual dysfunction can also be a problem in younger women with no hormonal challenges. Women are now more open to discussing their intimate lives with their health care providers. Some of the common complaints we hear from females are related to low sex drive, vaginal dryness and difficulty reaching climax.
Want to know how compounded medications can help you? Ask a pharmacist today!
Blood Flow and Anorgasmia
One of the reasons women experience difficulty getting aroused or do not have an orgasm (anorgasmia) is related to the blood flow to the genitalia. As a woman gets older, there is a possibility that she may experience diminished blood flow to female organs. In order to address this issue, compounding pharmacists have been creative in making magical potions.
Solutions for Women
The basic arousal enhancing cream that you may have heard of is called Dream Cream or Scream Cream. Another option is Sildenafil Cream (Sildenafil is the generic name for Viagra). And one of the more popular creams is called Trimix Cream. Trimix Cream is a combination of Papaverine, Phentolamine and Prostaglandin. It is usually applied to the external genitalia 15-30 minutes before sexual activity to promote sensitivity and arousal.
Sharzad Green, Pharm. D., is a hormone replacement specialist & pharmacist at Community Clinical Pharmacy, in Mesa, Arizona. She offers private Hormone Replacement Consultations to find a tailored solution that fits your needs. Sharzad has had the privilege of working with over 12,000 patients and providers in the Valley and around the world.
In general, an arousal enhancing cream is a topical cream that, when applied to the clitoris or external genitalia, can increase blood flow to the area and has been reported to improve sexual response and ability to reach climax. Arousal enhancing creams are designed to act locally to improve blood flow to the genitals.
Custom Compounded Creams
There are many different variations of arousal enhancing creams that can be custom made depending on your needs and your budget. Some of these creams may have Testosterone, if your Testosterone level needs a boost. As with all compounded medications, these creams require a prescription and our expert pharmacists will be happy to present options to you and your healthcare provider and help improve the quality of your life.
In order to see if you would benefit from one of the custom compounded arousal enhancing creams, contact us at Community Clinical Pharmacy and ask to speak with one of our knowledgeable pharmacists.
If you find yourself interested in the treatments mentioned or any other alternatives to treatments that may not be working for you, contact our experts at Community Clinical Pharmacy. We can answer all your questions and work towards formulating a solution that works for you.
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