About Oxytocin and Libido

Oxytocin

Oxytocin is a nano peptide hormone that is secreted by the posterior pituitary.  Oxytocin produces a wide range of effects both peripherally and locally in the brain.  It is released in large amounts in females during childbirth, nipple stimulation, and breastfeeding. Oxytocin is released by males and females during skin to skin contact, sexual arousal, and orgasm/ejaculation.  Oxytocin also plays a role in bonding, desire, social recognition, and trust and is therefore known as the “cuddle” hormone.

Studies have also shown that oxytocin is associated with our ability to mediate emotional experiences in close relationships and maintain healthy psychological boundaries.

Call 480-839-4131 to schedule a free consultation regarding oxytocin. You may also fill out a consultation request web form located throughout the site and someone from our office will be in touch with you at a time that is convenient for you to schedule your free consult.

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How do I take Oxytocin?

The best way to take oxytocin is sublingual oxytocin.  It is a dissolvable tablet that you put in your mouth. This form is much better for sociability and sexuality, making orgasms much more intense. This quickly absorbing form of oxytocin isn't absorbed much through the mucous membrane and permits a quick and stable action.

Oxytocin Creates a Greater Connection

Dr. Thierry Hertoghe, a long time author and researcher on hormones states “In my experience, in most of my patients and myself using it, it works to increase all relationships that you have. It’s that positive. The greater the intensity of the contact that you have with the person the better oxytocin works for that attachment. This means the attachment will be greatest generally for the partner or the spouse and then for the children and the family, then the friends, then the people in the office, then people you’ve just met and so on. You have a good chance to see that all your relationships are positively influenced.”

Oxytocin Improves Enjoyment

When he was asked how oxytocin would be compared to a drug like Viagra Dr. Hertoghe responded, “Viagra is a drug that enhances the mechanical aspect of sex in men but it does not improve enjoyment. Viagra improves a man’s performance but not his enjoyment, and as sexuality is also love, which means enjoyment, you may need to add oxytocin to really make it perfect or almost perfect. So oxytocin may create the impression that this whole world has marvelous aspects in your life. Hence, I now finally understand more because when you see the world at certain moments there are scenes where everything becomes magic. I like to keep my feet on the ground and to be scientific, but with oxytocin it makes me feel things much more pleasantly, like it’s a fairy tale, something marvelous, it’s very difficult to explain. Oxytocin provides something that is emotionally very positive and very healthy and so it is just the best feeling. Plus, Viagra will not improve ejaculation, but oxytocin will help a man with his ejaculation and orgasm. I would say that oxytocin can be an adjuvant to Viagra or other products of the same type such as Levitra or Cialis for a man who has two problems, problems of erectile dysfunction and problems of ejaculation. For women, there are some women who have no orgasm, but if you give too much oxytocin you can get a too easy orgasm and even a second orgasm.”

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Free Consultation About Oxytocin and Libido Treatment

Call 480-839-4131 to schedule a free consultation regarding oxytocin and a possible oxytocin deficiency. You may also fill out a consultation request web form located throughout the site and someone from our office will be in touch with you at a time that is convenient for you to schedule your free consult. During your first office visit, we will discuss your medical history and start with a dosage that fits your needs.

We serve patients in the Phoenix AZ area including Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Ahwatukee, Peoria, Glendale, Avondale, and Fountain Hills. All patients always work directly with one of our Doctors to ensure patient safety and confidentiality.