Sexual Dysfunction in Women Exists & Can Be Treatable

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Sexual Dysfunction in Women Exists & Can Be Treatable

Learn about how female sexual dysfunction can be treated

Female Sexual Dysfunction

When Viagra was approved for men with erectile dysfunction in 1998, it put a question to mind. Do women suffer from sexual dysfunction? 

The short answer is yes, and the good news is that there has been a shift of focus onto this subject in recent years.

The Dream Cream

Compounding pharmacies have the ability to create custom prescriptions to help their patients. Sexual dysfunction in women is a subject that is sensitive, private and difficult to talk about. However, women have finally started voicing their concerns.

Female sexual dysfunction affects not only the woman, but also her partner and the relationship. As a compounding pharmacy, we are the problem solvers. For this very reason, many years ago, we started making an arousal enhancing love potion called Scream Cream, otherwise known as Dream Cream.

Sharzad Green, Pharm.D, is the Hormone Expert at Community Clinical Pharmacy -Having helped over 20,000 people with utilizing hormones to improve their quality of life. Passion, precision and experience, makes Community Clinical Pharmacy the most advanced technologies in Mesa, Arizona.

Formulated to Match Specific Needs

Over the years we have improved our formulas by adding different ingredients to boost female sexual arousal and function. One of the most frequently prescribed arousal enhancing creams is Scream Cream with Sildenafil (active ingredient of Viagra). In addition, there are several other formulas available depending on your symptoms and specific needs. Always talk to our knowledgeable pharmacists or your doctor to discuss which one of our custom made creams is the best option for you.

Recommended Use

Arousal enhancing creams can have great benefits, one of which is the fact that they are usually quick acting. Most doctors recommend to apply a pea-sized amount to clitoris 5-15 minutes before intimacy. The cream may promote blood flow to the target area. As a result, it may help women get aroused, reach climax or have intense orgasms.

No formal studies have been done on these compounded creams, but with experience and knowledge, we have improved our formulas over the years and nothing speaks higher than our patients’ positive feedback.

More on the subject of female sexual dysfunction in our next blog when we talk about the “Cuddle” hormone, Oxytocin.

If you find yourself with this condition, contact Sharzad Green Pharm.D at Community Clinical Pharmacy. We can answer all your questions about female sexual health and work towards formulate a solution that works for you. 

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