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Oxytocin Prescription Formulations

Oxytocin Prescription Formulations

Nasal spray and vaginal cream formulations.

Taking Oxytocin might help you feel more connected.

If your emotional tone is a little deadened or you’re not feeling pleasure when you touch your partner, Oxytocin might help.

If you’re struggling to achieve an orgasm, Oxytocin might help.

Watch this video about Oxytocin for hot sex:

OXYTOCIN FOR HOT SEX

The more I learn about this amazing hormone the more I think it might be helpful for couples who want to feel more connection.

Both of you can try Oxytocin sprayed in your nasal tissue. A woman can also apply it in her vagina. It can reverse vaginal atrophy according to Dr. Lindsey Berkson, author of Sexy Brain.

You get a doctor to write a prescription at a compounding pharmacy. Dr. Glenn Wilcox and I have been working on prescription formulations for Oxytocin.

You can schedule an appointment with him here or call (505) 771-4998. He can do an assessment over FaceTime or Skype and then call in prescriptions to Menaul Pharmacy in New Mexico and they can mail you your prescriptions. Or you can ask your doctor to give you a prescription.

Here is a series of videos on bio-identical hormone replacement therapy I did with Dr. Wilcox.

THE PRESCRIPTION FORMULATION

The nasal spray is 50 IU/ml in a 15 mL/ Spray Actuator. (0.1 mL/spray = 5 IU per spray) 1 spray in each nostril in the morning and one in each nostril at night. Use as needed prior to intimacy.

If you’re a woman or your partner wants to try the vaginal cream: Oxytocin in VersaPro cream at 100 IU/mL. Apply 1g inside vagina each night. Dispensed ats 30 g tube with applicator.

Oxytocin is a safe hormone that helps with grief, depression, lack of connection, social anxiety, desire and orgasmic climax, among other things. It is most closely associated with women delivering babies as it’s called the cuddle hormone.

If you try this, please let me know how it affects you.

If you have questions, reply to this email.

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I’m not a doctor. Heck, I play a sexy nurse on YouTube, but that doesn’t mean I’m a trained health professional. You MUST consult your own doctor and take responsibility yourself for your decisions. These formulations are what I am trying. This is all new information I’m sharing. It’s not clinically tested. But Oxytocin is regulated by the FDA. It’s a prescription, so you do have to get a doctor to write you the prescription. Doing so is at your own risk.

2 Comments

  1. Love watching your stuff. Very yummy. Comment on MDs: they are cruel to women. Back story: I am 71 my husband is 50 (yes fifty). I am also disabled and my movement abilities sre somewhat limited. He oves me in spite of me I guess. My biggest sexual problrm is lack of genital and nipple sensitivity. I had both ovaries removed before I turned 18. Menopausal at 18 is hell. Due to the times I never had hormal replacement. Since I met my husband I’ve been using Estrace cream but it does little for sensitivity. I’ve been trying to get some testosterone replacement but MDs think I’m nuts.(At your age??? I can’t do that. Too dangerous!,etc). Not to mention not covered by insurance and very expensive. I’ve tried DHEA but get terifffic headaches. So no help there.I hate MDs. 💝👵

  2. well that looks impossible – i am in SA and would like to have this ?

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