Female Viagra: could this be what you’ve needed all along?

We all are familiar with men aging and becoming struck with erectile dysfunction or (ED), and how the pharmaceutical companies have come together and formulated medications that assist men with troubles gaining/maintaining an erection. It is well known that these medications are for men only, and are not to be taken by women or children for obvious reasons. However, it is noticed that not only men suffer in the bedroom as they age.

Women also are struck by a lower sex drive. It is also called (FSD), which stands for female sexual dysfunction. What women don’t realize is that they are suffering from low Libido. Libido simply means losing sex drive rather it be from psychological, biological, or social factors. Many people have questioned if this is just a way for pharmaceutical companies to weasel in and make billions of dollars after convincing women this is a medical condition.

Buy Female Viagra in Australia

It is common for women to give birth and afterwards having a decrease in sexual drive, only for it to increase after things settle down within their bodies and adjust to their new norm.

Since this has all been recent, there has been medications that were tried and failed. Viagra, testosterone patch, and Flibanserin, were all in trial but came with error. Flibanserin was rejected in 2010 and 2013, but since has been approved in 2015, which was recommended by the US medicines regulator’s expert panel. It was formulated in the US and is not yet available in Australia.

As we are aware, Australia even gained strict laws with Viagra for men.

Men are unable to legally purchase unless the obtain a prescription and have an assessment with their doctor. Even then it is advised to gain your prescription through a trusted, certified pharmacy. In Australia you are unable to purchase Viagra at shops, unlike you can in the United States. Online there are many website pharmacies claiming you don’t have to have a prescription for such medications. This has resulted in counterfeit medications that have wrong dosages and adverse effects, even some life threatening results.

In Australia it is against law to advertise drugs directly to consumers.

Instead these pharmaceutical companies spend their budget towards raising awareness of such conditions and how these medications are designed to treat them. These companies are allowed to target doctors and with advertisement promising a cure to these conditions. Addyi, known as the little pink pill or Flibanserin, is treatment for lack of sexual desire in women. Unlike Viagra for men taken only as needed, Addyi is taken by women nightly. Taking Addyi at night reduces the chances of dizziness, low blood pressure, and other side effects.

Clinical trials have been open and it was discovered that women had a thirty-seven percent increase in sexual desire when taking this particular medication.

It is said to cost and be just as effective as Viagra for men. However, Viagra for men works on the blood flow to the penis, and Addyi for women focuses on the mind and increases female desire.

So, even though you hear “female Viagra”, the medications work in different ways providing similar results. Even though it is currently just available in the US, it is hard to come by with only specialty pharmacies carrying the medication. Only Addyi certified pharmacies are allowed to authorize the script.

Dr. Richard Exposito

Physiotherapist at Northside General Hospital
Dr. Richard Exposito is one of the most respected physiotherapists in the country. The experience of this medical professional covers more than 22 years. Dr. Exposito earned his degree at The University of Queensland after 4 years of study. This branch of medicine was always Dr. Exposito's favorite. Physiotherapy and sports have always been his passion, he is a big sports fan.   Dr. Exposito was working in several Sydney hospitals such as Northside General Hospital where he was head of the physiotherapy unit for more than 5 years. His dream was always to work with a professional soccer team and that was the way it was in 2010. That year Dr. Exposito was appointed as the official physiotherapist at the Sydney FC team rehabilitation center.   During 2015 he traveled to Florida in the United States to obtain a couple of official certifications as a specialist in physiotherapeutic treatment for nerves and spine systems. In addition to that, Dr. Exposito completed an investigation at the International University of Florida on orthopedic medicine and the application as a specialty in physiotherapy for the treatment of tendons, ligaments and joints.   Since his arrival as an official physiotherapist at the Sydney FC team, the muscle injuries of most players have been reduced to a minimum thanks to the program called “Recovery Before and After each game”. An initiative created by Dr. Exposito that won him an award from the Australian Physiotherapy Association.   Dr. Exposito is the founder of a clinic for the special treatment of muscle injuries in young children in Sydney. All treatments in this clinic are free for all patients who require therapeutic help.   Apart from being an active member of a soccer team. Dr. Richard Exposito is also a university professor with several hours of classes a week at two universities; The University of Queensland and Griffith University.   Every year he gives talks and conferences throughout the country for young athletes and other physiotherapy professionals in Australia. Dr. Exposito is a renowned speaker as a specialist in the area of ​​rehabilitation of high performance athletes.   Dr. Exposito has 3 children and is married to Melissa, a woman who loves medicine and she is a specialist in Sports Psychology.
Dr. Richard Exposito

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