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Urology Compounding For Her

Life is Full of Responsibilities…

Whether it be managing a career, family, or healthy diet, those responsibilities can pile up and sometimes make it much more difficult to get in the mood for sex. Low libido is an unfortunate condition that affects millions of women on a daily bases. The effect it has can be devastating as a lack of intimacy can sometimes be enough to jeopardize entire relationships, compromising the happiness you deserve in life.

Symptoms of Low Libido:

The symptoms of low libido can quite often mimic those that are experienced during menopause and afterward. They can range anywhere from non-existent, to mild, to severe.

  • Hot Flashes
  • Sleep Disturbances
  • Emotional Changes, (Mood swings / Irritability)
  • A Change in Sexual Response or Interest
  • Difficulties in Concentration and Memory That May Be Linked to Sleep Loss and/or Fluctuating Hormones
  • Headaches
  • Rapid, or Irregular Heartbeat
After The Stop of Menstrual Periods, You May Have Other Post-Menopausal Symptoms, Such As:
  • Drying and Thinning of the Skin
  • Vaginal and Urinary Tract Changes
  • Vaginal Dryness, Irritation, and Itching
  • Increased Risk of Vaginal and Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
  • Pain During Sexual Activity

Urology Compounding For Him

Impotence is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. Impotence occurs when an insufficient amount of blood is supplied to the penis, when the smooth muscle in the penis fails to relax, or when the penis does not retain the blood that flows into it.

Impotence Can Be Associated With Several Physical Factors, Such As;
  • Illness
  • Accidents
  • Injury
  • Diabetes
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Heavy Smoking
  • Excess Alcohol Consumption

About 80% of impotence has a physical cause but impotence can also be caused by psychological factors. These factors can be unpleasant associations with past sexual activity, stress, depression and anxiety, or when these types of psychological conditions have occurred for long periods of time.

When Should You Consider Compounded Urology Medication?
  • If The First Line of Therapy Has Been Unsuccessful
  • You Have An Allergy or Unwanted Side Effect to a Commercially Available Product
  • You Require Ae Dosage Form or Strength Outside of What is Commercially Available
  • When A Commercially Manufactured Medication is on Back-Order or Discontinued
  • Your Medical Condition and/or Medical History is Such That it Requires The Use of Multiple Therapies Combined Into One Medication
Issues Urology Compounding Can Solve:
  • Vaginal Atrophy
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • Peyronie’s Disease
  • Post Surgical Penile Functioning
  • Bladder Irrigation/Intravesical Solutions
  • And Much More…
Urology Compounding Comes in a Variety of Different Forms:
  • Vaginal Suppositories
  • Urethral Gels
  • Topical Gels / Creams
  • Intracavernosal Injection Solutions
  • Bladder Irrigation Solutions
  • Vaginal Gels / Creams
  • Urethral Inserts
  • Intravesical Solutions
Please contact our pharmacy at 1-951-817-1005  for any inquiries regarding our products.