Many men suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED) have tried PDE5 inhibitors like Viagra and didn’t experience positive results. For these men, pt 141 may be the answer. PT-141 — also known as Bremelanotide — is a neuropeptide that stimulates neurons in the hypothalamus to increase sexual desire and arousal. The peptide acts by stimulating dopamine hormones, which then stimulates the penis to initiate an erection. This mechanism is different from that of traditional ED medications, which are vasodilators that increase blood flow to the penis but require sexual stimulation to take effect.
When taken under the direct supervision of a physician, pt 141 injections or sprays can be titrated to the precise dose needed for optimal effectiveness and safety. While pt 141 has been shown to be effective in men with ED, it’s also useful for women suffering from low sexual desire or libido due to hormonal conditions.
There are a number of websites that offer pt 141 for sale. While they typically make clear that the peptides are for research purposes only and not for human consumption, a quick glance at customer reviews suggests that many people ignore these disclaimers and purchase and take the peptides themselves. Some of these sites are legitimate telehealth companies that provide a physician to discuss the off-label prescription with patients, but even they cannot guarantee the safety of the products they sell.
If you are interested in learning more about pt 141, contact anti-aging medical specialist Annamarie Salyer FNP-C at Bion Aesthetics and Med Spa for an initial consultation.