FemiLift vs. Female Viagra: Which Works Best?

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At a certain age, many women experience issues with sexual decline. There are many ways women can treat their low libidos and changing bodies, like Kegel exercises or low-hormone birth control pills. Today, we compare two of the latest treatments for sexual decline in women: “Female Viagra” and the FemiLift procedure.

What is Female Viagra?

Known as the “Little Pink Pill,” a drug called Addyi is has been created to increase the libidos of women who struggle with sexual decline, a condition called hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD). The pill was nicknamed “The Female Viagra” after its approval from the FDA in August 2015. Although the creators of Addyi had good intentions when they made the pill, there is some controversy on its effectiveness and safety.

The pill cannot be prescribed unless your physician has completed an Addyi education course. And, not many physicians prescribe the pill as its efficiency is still being questioned. Women become aroused in different ways than men, which is why the name “Female Viagra” is not accurate. Male arousal occurs when blood flows into the genitals, but with women, arousal is more complicated. Researchers had to discover a way to aide in the brain stimulation women need to increase their sexual arousal.

how to best treat sexual decline in womenFemale Viagra vs. FemiLift

Many patients wonder how to become more sexually active and stop their sexual decline. When compared to the FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation procedure, “Female Viagra” pales in comparison. A recent study showed that women who took the Addyi pill only had on average one more significant sexual event than those who took the placebo.

Also, Addyi has some dangerous side effects, including a drop in blood pressure and possible fainting if it’s consumed with alcohol. Because the pill is supposed to be taken daily, these side effects can be an issue for countless women who often consume alcohol for social purposes.

What use is increasing sexual desire if the woman is experiencing confidence issues with her sexual organs? The FemiLift procedure is a one-time, short office procedure that has lasting results on a patient who’s experienced vaginal stretching after childbirth or menopause. Vaginal rejuvenation can help increase sexual sensation, making sex more pleasurable again—something the little pink pill cannot do.

Get More Information

For more information on how to improve your sexual decline, contact Dr. Lynn Kowalski’s office. We can teach you more about how the FemiLift procedure can increase sexual sensation, amongst treating issues with vaginal stretching and pelvic floor muscles.

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