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Oxytocin: Help for Bonding Issues, Autism, Addiction, and Other Problems!

Oxytocin has traditionally been used during labor to help with childbirth and after delivery to support milk letdown. However, the understanding of oxytocin’s function has expanded dramatically to reveal the capacity to modify human social behavior ranging from bonding and sexual activity to autism and addiction. Oxytocin induces a general sense of well-being including calm, improved social interactions, increased trust, and reduced fear. Oxytocin has the potential to enhance interpersonal relationships and individual well-being, and may help with disorders characterized by persistent fear, repetitive behavior, reduced trust and avoidance of social interactions. Oxytocin isn’t well absorbed orally, and traditionally has been administered as an IV. However, we can compound oxytocin nasal spray. Here are some of the problems discussed in the medical literature as having improved after treatment with oxytocin nasal spray:
∙ Male Sexual Function
∙ Autism Spectrum Disorder
∙ Migraine
∙ Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
∙ Weight Management
∙ Addiction/Substance Use Disorders

Intranasal oxytocin has a low risk of side effects, according to a systematic review of 38 randomized controlled studies conducted between 1990 and 2010.

References available upon request.

Our pharmacy can compound oxytocin by prescription as a nasal spray, subligual solution, or vaginal cream or gel to make it easy to use. We make it more convenient for our patients to take their medicine! Our pharmacist will be happy to answer your healthcare questions and will work with you and your doctor to customize medications to meet your unique needs.

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