With male enhancement medication being more widely used in America, the medical community is getting ready to offer a male enhancement treatment that may help with the male orgasm, the male sexual dysfunction, and other symptoms.
A few weeks ago, a woman from California called Dr. J.C. Andrews to tell him that she was experiencing vaginal dryness and irritation during intercourse.
Andrews was able to prescribe a male sex enhancement medication that would make her feel more sexual.
But he’s not the only doctor on the scene.
“I’ve seen a few guys who are in the process of getting testosterone injections and I’m hearing of guys who’ve been doing this for years,” Andrews told CNNMoney.
Andrews said it could be that the male hormone is responsible for the female orgasm.
While men may not experience an orgasm from a female orgasm, they do experience vaginal dry, irritation and discomfort during sex.
In some cases, women are even concerned about the presence of male hormones during sex, because they may be sensitive to the presence.
“There is a lot of concern about this,” Andrews said.
“There are a lot more things that are going on in the body and there’s a lot less control over it.
There are a ton of things going on, and the most important thing is the ability to have an orgasm.”
In recent years, the use of male enhancement drugs has increased, with some even offering female enhancement as a treatment option.
While some doctors are not recommending that women get male enhancement, the medication is available to them.
“It’s not that there is a shortage of the medication.
It’s not a shortage in the number of doctors who are prescribing it,” Andrews says.
“But the number and quality of the doctors that are prescribing the medication has increased dramatically.
It may be that a lot fewer people are seeing male enhancement and that’s because there is less of a need for it.”
But there are plenty of women who have taken male enhancement pills and still have issues, like the vaginal dry and irritation.
For example, Dr. Jill D. Henson of the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota told CNN that she’s seen several women in her practice who experienced vaginal dry vulvar pain.
The pain was so severe that she had to have a hysterectomy.
“The vulva is so sensitive to these kinds of things that you can’t really take the testosterone and not get any relief from it,” she said.
D.J. Andrews told her that if a woman is experiencing vaginal wetness, irritation or dryness during sex that’s not likely the result of male hormone exposure, and it may be due to vaginal bacteria.
He said that it’s important to test for vaginal dry or irritation during sex for male enhancement because it can be a sign of bacterial vaginosis.
“If you are getting vaginal dry with male enhancement or if you are experiencing vaginal irritation and vaginal dry pain, it’s probably a sign that there may be a lot higher levels of male-produced bacteria in your vagina that you should be able to eliminate,” Andrews added.
The medical community has a long way to go before it can help women who experience male enhancement symptoms.
But Andrews says the male enhancement drug he prescribes could help with some of the symptoms, especially for women who may not have been using testosterone.
“You don’t have to get an injection of testosterone to have the effects that you want,” Andrews explained.
“If you have the right kind of stimulation and stimulation for the right reason, then you can have the effect you want.”