When I explain the low sexual desire to a patient, I really emphasize that there are biological, psychological, and social or cultural factors that affect a woman’s ability to experience desire and respond to it(you can find my female libido enhancers medical reviews at theonlyfemalepill.com website). I also explain that when this condition occurs, particularly HSDD (hypoactive sexual desire disorder), there’s a disconnect between someone’s idea of what should be and what they actually experienced; and also a disconnect between their mind being able to generate desire and their body being able to want desire and then actually executing it. Regardless out of how a woman gets to a state of having low desire, the experience of low desire can become patterned or imprinted in the way that her brain processes information. And therefore low desire may be amenable to biological interventions.
I would like to really emphasize that female sexual dysfunctions, hypoactive sexual desire disorder and other sexual problems in women are very important for women. Women not have a lot of opportunities to discuss these conditions, and to seek treatment, and receive appropriate remedies or interventions in clinical settings over several decades; whereas men have had many treatments available. This is due to low anticipations and low recognition of clinicians or time on the part of clinicians to detect and manage these conditions. By not addressing this in our practices we’re doing women a huge disservice. Clinical settings, particularly primary care and gynecological settings, are the place where women could really receive help and treatment, and we are doing them a disservice if we can learn to do this well and offer these opportunities for discussion and treatment to our patients.
Stem cell therapy for FSD
We have treated a few women with what is called female sexual arousal disorder. There are different conditions which are summarized under the topic of female sexual dysfunction. One is a hyperactive sexual disorder, and another one is female sexual arousal disorder. And in part, this is also caused by a vascular problems like erectile dysfunction in males.
And it happens after menopause and stem cells have been working. And it’s great. Stem cells stimulate blood flow in all areas. So why wouldn’t it stimulate in that area?
So stem cells among other treatments help to improve the perfusion and by thus improve the symptoms. I’m not saying it is curing the problem completely, but it can help to improve. As we heard from our patients that measured by some same objective measures to assess the effect and efficacy and safety of stem cell therapies.
It really helps them live life again, feel younger, feel more vivacious. And they kind of need this. So they love us because of this.
This is not systematically reviewed and examined in the frame of large clinical trials, but there are trials showing improvement in erectile function. That’s why I said with stem cell therapy we can’t say no because we are finding out more things now than we ever have. And this in the last year we’ve been doing women, men we’ve been doing the last three years with the ED. And it’s amazing. Now women are coming in, and I’m just happy. We just need to get out there and educate everyone about it.