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  • 21 days ago

    RE: Female sex drive

    Hi Are you on the BC pill by any chance, great way to stop getting pregnant also a great to lower your libido, its a side effect of the pill that they don't tell you.

    If not get a blood test done for your hormones they could be out of whack.

    You could try Tribulus takes about 8 weeks to get to full power as it boosts your testosterone, lifts your libido and kicks up your energy levels.

    Dont worry both men and women need testosterone fro our sex lives.

    You could try Swedish flower pollen and Maca, two separate pills and see if these boost you up as well.

    SFP you need to take 3 a day for the first month the 2 day for the second then down to just 1 a day.

    NOWHARD
  • 21 days ago

    RE: Female sex drive

    Hi After much searching I come across this link it looks very interesting and I think your find some help there.

    This really shows what Maca can do for a women in more ways than one and seems its safe.

    https://www.healthyhealing.com/healthy-healing-safety/sexuality-for-women

    NOWHARD
  • 18 days ago

    RE: Female sex drive

    Hi,
    At 33 years old, it's not abnormal to have a drop in sex drive, especially if pressures of daily life are increasing. If you got a promotion or recently moved, made a change in a relationship or any other life change. Stressors are a huge factor in your sex drive.
    The 30's are when most of these stressors occur, for most of us anyway.
    I will caution you against buying and using supplements without seriously considering the side effects. I speak from personal experience when I say please be careful.
    My recommendation would be to check with your doctor for a quick physical and some blood work to rule out something simple like anemia. But let the doc know about the lack of sex drive to. It can lead them to check for hormone imbalances, and other things.
    Good luck and God bless.

    Once again NO HARD, keep out of Women's Health issues. You obviously don't have all the facts.
      • 18 days ago
        When you was taking supplements did you really do all your background research? if not that was your own fault.

        When I recommend blood tests someone like you comes along and says is that all you is say get a blood test.

        Its best you just answer and not put others down makes you look small and not big.

        NOWHARD
      • 17 days ago
        So just for Nicky, you say I dont know what I'm talking about and there not safe, so please do read on.

        Maca

        General Safety
        Drugs.com reports studies in which animals that consumed large amounts of maca did not appear to suffer any adverse effects, which suggests maca is nontoxic. Its long history of use as a food suggests it probably is generally safe to consume. However, its safety for children or pregnant women has not been thoroughly investigated, according to the NYU Langone Medical Center.
        Estrogenic Activity
        The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center reports maca root possesses estrogenic activity. While it is unclear if this would translate to any real danger, using supplements with estrogenic activity could prove problematic in certain instances, such as suffering from or having an increased risk of breast cancer or other hormone-sensitive diseases. If this applies to you, discuss the potential risks of using maca root in this instance.
        Impaired Thyroid Function
        Maca contains substances called glucosinolates, which can interfere with production of thyroid hormone -- particularly in the presence of a low-iodine diet – and cause goiter, a swelling of the gland that results in a lump at the base of neck. The University of Michigan Health System reports that while other foods that contain these substances have been shown to impair thyroid function, it has not been proven that maca causes this problem as well, though it is likely it would produce a similar effect. Reduced thyroid function most commonly strikes women over 50, so if you fall into this category and do not know the status of your thyroid function, consider getting tested before using maca.
        Other Safety Concerns
        Maca has been touted as a treatment for both male and female infertility, although the NYU Longone Medical Center cautions that it's not yet clear how well it works. If you have an interest in using maca to improve your chances of conception, discuss this with your doctor. This is especially important if you are taking standard fertility drugs, as you want to make sure your doctor does not have concerns about negative interactions that could affect their efficacy. Do not use while pregnant or breastfeeding due to lack of safety data. If you have liver or kidney disease, always clear the use of supplements with your doctor.

        About Tribulus read this link.

        https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4045980/

        So Swedish follower pollen, seems Relizen is base on SPF as your read below, and as your read has no side effects.

        R. Goldstein, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at New York University School of Medicine, and former president of the North American Menopause Society. "I recommend Relizen to my patients because it is safe and there is no question in my mind that this is an effective product, backed by clinical studies of merit, that can improve the quality of life for many women who are affected by menopause symptoms."
        Goldstein, who co-authored and presented the Relizen scientific abstract, and is one of thousands of American OB-GYNs currently recommending Relizen to patients since the product became available in the United States through an exclusive license with JDS Therapeutics. In Europe, physicians have recommended Relizen for more than 15 years and more than 1 million women have used the supplement.
        Relizen was designed in Sweden and is a patented nutritional supplement containing more than 180 nutrients derived from purified Swedish flower pollen. In all clinical studies of 300 women or more, Relizen has been shown to significantly improve quality of sleep, diminish fatigue and irritability, reduce night sweats, as well as hot flash frequency and intensity when compared to baseline. In these studies, Relizen has not been linked to any adverse reactions or side effects different than those associated with a sugar pill.
        "I'm not a proponent of most supplements, however unlike other supplements purported to relieve menopause symptoms, Relizen does have a double-blind, placebo controlled, randomized clinical trial," said Goldstein. "JDS Therapeutics brought the product to doctors first to get our feedback and recommendation before taking direct to consumers. This shows the company has faith in what they are producing, giving me confidence when recommending it to patients."


        R. Goldstein, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at New York University School of Medicine, and former president of the North American Menopause Society. "I recommend Relizen to my patients because it is safe and there is no question in my mind that this is an effective product, backed by clinical studies of merit, that can improve the quality of life for many women who are affected by menopause symptoms."
        Goldstein, who co-authored and presented the Relizen scientific abstract, and is one of thousands of American OB-GYNs currently recommending Relizen to patients since the product became available in the United States through an exclusive license with JDS Therapeutics. In Europe, physicians have recommended Relizen for more than 15 years and more than 1 million women have used the supplement.
        Relizen was designed in Sweden and is a patented nutritional supplement containing more than 180 nutrients derived from purified Swedish flower pollen. In all clinical studies of 300 women or more, Relizen has been shown to significantly improve quality of sleep, diminish fatigue and irritability, reduce night sweats, as well as hot flash frequency and intensity when compared to baseline. In these studies, Relizen has not been linked to any adverse reactions or side effects different than those associated with a sugar pill.
        "I'm not a proponent of most supplements, however unlike other supplements purported to relieve menopause symptoms, Relizen does have a double-blind, placebo controlled, randomized clinical trial," said Goldstein. "JDS Therapeutics brought the product to doctors first to get our feedback and recommendation before taking direct to consumers. This shows the company has faith in what they are producing, giving me confidence when recommending it to patients."

        So 3 things I put up all seems to have no side effects then. OK now but you a women who perhaps has never been satisfied, with anything a man does.

        NOWHARD