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Dr Oz: Women’s “Pink Viagra” Osphena & Estrogen Cream Review

By on May 23, 2013

Dr Oz: Osphena – “Pink Viagra” for Women

Dr. Oz has breaking health news especially for women and it could be the secret to saving your love life! The FDA has approved a brand new pill that is being touted as the “Pink Viagra” and promises to boost your libido, but is it right for you? It is called Osphena and it was created to especially help women who are post-menopausal and often experience pain during intercourse. Could it really help women the same way Viagra has helped men? Dr. Laura Berman, a relationship expert, says Osphena is a prescription medication that is designed to treat pain and dryness in women who are past menopause.

Dr Oz: Is Osphena Right for You?

Dr. Jennifer Ashton says Osphena could be the answer for women who are post-menopausal and experiencing pain during intercourse, or Vaginal Atrophy. She believes that anytime we can bring attention to women and their love lives and ways to improve them, it is a good thing.

  • Postmenopausal women
  • Experience vaginal dryness
  • Pain during intercourse

Dr Oz: Does Osphena Boost a Woman’s Libido

Dr. Laura Berman says Osphena, or women’s “Pink Viagra”, is not going to be a magic pill for all women. She says the main organ for women where love-making is concerned is their brain, which controls how you feel about yourself, your partner, and your body. Dr. Berman says, however, that women who are experiencing pain and/or dryness during intercourse could possibly benefit from a medication like Osphena.

Dr Oz: Viagra vs Osphena

Dr. Jennifer Ashton explained that Viagra works on the “plumbing” of a man’s organ to increase blood flow and get his body ready and in the mood for intercourse. She says women are much more complicated, so Osphena is a very targeted medication that focuses on strengthening the tissue surrounding the vaginal area, but not does not have an effect in any other areas of the body. Another major difference is that men take Viagra as they need it, but women need to take Osphena on a daily basis because it takes more time to see and feel the results.

Dr Oz: Osphena Side Effects

Studies have shown that about 7% of women experienced adverse reactions when taking Osphena. Dr. Jennifer Ashton believes it is very important to weigh out all the pros and cons with your doctor before taking any medication.

Women's "Pink Viagra"

Dr Oz revealed breaking health news for women about a new pill that could be the answer to boost your libido. Find out if Osphena could be right for you!

  • Hot flashes
  • Increase in Urinary Tract Infections
  • Discharge
  • Sweating
  • Increased clotting risk

Dr Oz: Natural Alternatives to Treat Vaginal Dryness

Dr. Laura Berman and Dr. Jennifer Ashton both agree that there are other options to treat dryness that do not require taking a pill.

Estrogen Cream: This is a prescription cream that can be used to effectively treat dryness in a women’s “private” area.

Coconut Oil: Dr. Laura Berman says Coconut Oil a wonderful natural lubricant that women can use without any unhealthy side effects.

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Comments to Dr Oz: Women’s “Pink Viagra” Osphena & Estrogen Cream Review

  1. AmazingGrace says:

    Osphena is for the RICH!!!! went to get mine filled today $164.70 for 30 Pills. There is not way I can afford it!!!

  2. Took osphena 6 days,,,, sweat and hot flashes…. a loss of $160

  3. Angela Epting says:

    I’ve been taking it for 30 days and I love it. On the Osphena website you can get a discount card that gives you a zero copy for the first prescription and a $35 copay for the next 5 refills. My insurance pays the rest. It has 100% improved my dryness & burning condition . I think it also improved my wrinkles on my face. I will continue to take it every day.

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