Addyi, commercially promoted the women's Viagra, got the Food and Drug's Administration seal of approval and started selling it as a prescripted medication in the latter part of 2016. The chemical compound used in the Addyi pill is Flibanserin, a chemical that affects moods signaled from the gray matter of our brain.
Reviews Of The Results of Addyi
Even though, the drug, Addyi, has only been out for less than 2 years, reports of the effects of the drug, overall, has been positive. Women using Addyi have reported increased sensitivity, more intense orgasms, and more overall satisfaction.
Suggested Ages For Use Of The Addyi Pill
Addyi is prescribed to women at least 18 years old. Since Addyi is made for the premenopausal woman, it does not support in aiding sexual dysfunction in a woman postmenopausal.
- Possible effects on blood pressure
- With consumption of alcohol while on Addyi, anxiety, overall tiredness, and low blood pressure can occur.
- Addyi(Flibanserin) should not be used in combination with certain other drugs, not unless advised by your prescribing physician.
- When having to take yeast infection medications, Addyi should not be taken because the interaction of yeast infection medications makes the action of Addyi on female sexual dysfunction, inappropriate.
Now Both Sexes Have Sexual Dysfunction Medications
Even though, the jury is still out on the reported effects of the Addyi pill, the Addyi pill still is a milestone event in prescripted medication for premenopausal female sexual dysfunction. Yes, the results of the Addyi pill has been mixed, it is still the only prescripted medication for the treatment of female sexual dysfunction.
Viagra for men was originally a medication used in the treatment of blood pressure issues, and in its first years, its results were mixed. Now is it and has been proven in use as a possible medication for erectile dysfunction. That being said, Addyi will surely improve as time and research bring greater possibilities to this drug.