Medications can be custom made to fit the individual needs of every patient. Dosing, delivery, release, etc., are all considered when customizing an appropriate formula. An understanding of the mechanism of action and how it applies to solving your problem is central to understanding compounded medication and its many benefits.
The Doctors Studio Team use only a few carefully selected pharmacies that exceed all FDA regulations for consistency, sterility, and quality control. It is important that the hormone delivery and absorption is predictable.
Erectile Dysfunction Medications
ED medications help men overcome erectile dysfunction. Treating ED was made popular and easier by the release of the oral medication Viagra, a PDE5 inhibitor.
PDE5 Inhibitors (Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, Stendra)
All PDE5 inhibitors have a similar mechanism of action. Interestingly, it is quite frequent that one may work better than another. Daily dosing, as opposed to as-needed dosing, has been shown to be more effective for improving erectile function and also aids in improving urinary flow in those suffering with voiding dysfunction.
Vasodilators (Intracavernosal Injection – ICI)
A single agent, or a custom mixture of 2-4 medications, is injected into the penis, which causes vasodilation of the penile vessels and increased blood flow, resulting in a firm erection. This technique is known as Intra-Cavernosal Injection (ICI) and is often described by patients as painless. The most common agent used is Tri-Mix which has been used with great success.
A dopamine agonist is sometimes created in combination with a PDE5 inhibitor (if low Dopamine is suspected). Macuna root or dopamine precursors can also be taken in the form of a supplements to facilitate Dopamine production.
If it were possible to make a love drug, then Oxytocin would undoubtedly be the main ingredient. It is a hormone produced by the hypothalamus in both men and women, and production usually declines as we grow older. Both men and women release Oxytocin during lovemaking. Not only is Oxytocin released during orgasm, it appears to be responsible for causing orgasms in the first place. Sometimes called the “cuddle hormone,” Oxytocin is released in response to a variety of environmental stimuli including skin-to-skin contact and cervical stimulation, experienced during sex.
Given its ability to generate deep and profound emotional connections and its ability to fuel feelings of sexual intimacy and desire, Oxytocin really is the nearest thing to a love drug.