Lady Era (sildenafil citrate) is an oral drug used in women with manifested disorders related to the sexual desire and the ability to derive satisfaction from their sexual experiences. The drug belongs to a group of medicines called “phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE5)”; the substance works by blocking the enzyme phosphodiesterase which normally reduces the levels of a substance called cyclic GMP (cGMP). Continue reading
Addyi, a commercial name for filibanserin, a drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2015, acts on the hypoactive disorder of women’s sexual desire.
10% of women suffer from it and manifest themselves with the persistent or recurrent absence of fantasies and receptiveness with respect to sexual activity. Continue reading
Clomid (clomiphene citrate, or clomiphene), is a structural analogue of estrogens, and inhibits their action by preferentially binding to the receptor of the hypothalamic neuron normally intended for the reception of estrogen hormones. This makes clomiphene a competitive inhibitor of estrogens at the level of hypothalamic receptors. Continue reading
Cabgoline is one of the drugs used when suffering from hyperprolactinaemia, which is when the levels of prolactin in the blood are too high. This hormone produced by the pituitary gland (one of our endocrine glands), in fact, under normal conditions is very low in both men and women, its level rises only during pregnancy and lactation, given that its primary function is to stimulate the production of breast milk. Continue reading