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Author Topic: topical treatment for orgasms, and even multiple orgasms?  (Read 12175 times)
Myriam
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« on: September 01, 2008, 05:44:54 PM »

Hi Everyone,

I just read a news release (see below) that talks about a new drug, in the form of a gel, that helps women have orgasms. The pharmaceutical company has mostly tested it on anorgasmic women, but the article mentions that one women that had previously experienced orgasms, was able to have multiple orgasms with use of the drug. Could this be an easy way to FMOs?!



SYDNEY--(Business Wire)--
Australian pharmacists believe they have developed a technology
breakthrough in the treatment of women who experience difficulty
achieving orgasm.

   This scientific development is the basis of a new transdermal gel
which is applied topically by patients.

   It was developed jointly by NxGen Pharmaceuticals ("NxGen"), the
research and development arm of Australian Custom Pharmaceuticals, one
of Australia's largest compounding pharmacies, and Advanced Medical
Institute Inc. ("AMI") (OTCBB:AVMD), a leading provider of treatment
for Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation in Australia and
New Zealand.

   Previous attempts in this area have failed because the thick
connective tissue in the clitoris and penis stop medications from
reaching the blood vessels. The new method overcomes that obstacle by
being able to penetrate through the skin and tissue of both the penis
and the clitoris.

   "This is a fantastic development for women, and we believe it is a
world-first, which should transform many women's sex lives," said Jack
Vaisman, AMI's chief executive officer.

   A pre-clinical trial has shown that more than 70% of female
patients experienced orgasm after using the new treatment. In most
cases, the patients had not been able to achieve this before, and in
one case a patient, who had had experience of orgasm, reported
multiple orgasms.

   "So many treatments focus on male sexual dysfunction, but there
are very few treatments designed specifically to help women," said
Vaisman.

   "Yet we know from medical studies that up to 63 percent of women
have difficulty achieving an orgasm during intercourse.

   "Women have come to accept this frustrating situation, but we
believe that this treatment gives real hope for them," concluded
Vaisman.

   MAJOR IMPACT ON MALE SEXUAL TREATMENTS

   The transdermal technology also appears to work for men, meaning
treatments for male sexual dysfunction can now be applied directly to
the skin, rather than in tablet or inhaled form.

   "This is a huge breakthrough, because men around the world are
spending billions of dollars on tablets to treat erectile
dysfunction," said Vaisman.

   "However our research indicates that they are crying out for a
treatment that acts quickly, and only where it's needed, on the
penis," Vaisman continued. "We believe this new technology addresses
unmet medical needs and that's why we believe this development is so
exciting," concluded Vaisman.

   The pre-clinical trial of the transdermal method on men suffering
erectile dysfunction proved successful in more than 70% of men. "This
new method works within minutes, and requires only very low doses of
any active ingredients," said Dr James Rowe, of NxGen Pharmaceuticals,
who developed the transdermal technology in conjunction with Vaisman.

   "Tablets need much higher doses to pass through the stomach and
the liver, and take much longer to work," said Dr. Rowe. International
pharmaceutical companies have been searching for years without success
to find a method of directly treating the penis that doesn't involve
injection or oral ingestion.

   "I have been researching transdermal delivery for many years, and
at last we believe we have found an effective means of applying
treatments directly to the genital area," said Dr. Rowe.

SOURCE: NxGen Pharmaceuticals and Advanced Medical Institute Inc.
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« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2008, 12:34:14 AM »

Proctor and Gamble announced similar tests and VERY positive test results. It'll be interesting.
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« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2008, 07:10:23 PM »

Protor & Gamble? Being a mass consumer products company, that means the gel would be widely available to all women everywhere!  Smiley

However, an article (see below) I found from August of this year doesn't seem too hopeful about this product. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.

Noven and P&G Try “Viagra for Women” Despite History of Failure
By Jim Edwards | August 22nd, 2008

Yet another company is taking a crack at the “Viagra for women” concept. This time it is Noven Pharmaceuticals, which has licensed its testosterone-based skin patch to Procter & Gamble. The companies did not disclose the terms of the deal.

The move is an interesting one for two reasons. First, P&G has already dipped a toe in this market before and largely failed to, um, excite anyone. Second, the female sex-drive-booster category is an historic graveyard of failed products. In other words, P&G ought to know better.

On paper, the idea is fabulous: Viagra was an astonishing success, but it tapped only half the market — men. Could it be repeated in the better/other half? But let’s look at the history. Back in 2004, P&G made its first attempt at a libido-enhancer for women with a product called Intrinsa, licensed from Watson Pharmaceuticals. The FDA rejected it and it hasn’t been seen since. Watson no longer mentions the product on its web site.

Although P&G maintains a web site for Intrinsa in foreign countries the company doesn’t mention sales of Intrinsa in either its most recent quarterly or annual report. And I cannot remember an occasion on which my European buddies have ever joked about having an “Intrinsa moment.” The foregoing strongly suggests that this business is — irony alert! — a modest one. And until very recently, the Noven project was on hold at P&G, according to Noven’s own site.

Elsewhere, the pursuit of the female Viagra was most recently investigated by Pfizer, which funded a study of women taking Viagra. The study found that among women whose ability to orgasm had been affected by antidepressants, using Viagra helped the situation. However, the study has a number of problems, most importantly that it is tiny. Pfizer says it has no intention of pressing the FDA for a women’s indication for the drug.

Like Noven/P&G, BioSante Pharmaceuticals is also working the testosterone skin patch idea. It claims that
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« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2009, 03:30:57 PM »

bHip Global has a creme that is all natural and helps all woman with orgasm.

Check it out for yourself at http://getmorelife.info

It is called Pleasur.

This will greatly help your FMO.  Grin
I encourage readers to honestly try it and report back in these forums so others can find help.
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