Menopause

Fiera: Help for Low Libido (and a Giveaway)

 

Here’s information from the makers of Fiera:

Fiera is the first of its kind, hands-free, personal care device for women that enhances physical arousal and interest in sex. Fiera was created with OB-GYNs and has multiple scientific studies showing it works. Fiera helps women who have changing levels of arousal, interest, and vaginal dryness, enter a sexual experience with enhanced levels of excitement and interest.

Fiera uses gentle suction and light stimulation to enhance blood flow and increase lubrication in advance of sex, in as little as 5 minutes.

Fiera is now available with and without a remote control to give you the fullest flexibility in choosing the experience that is right for you.

Note: Fiera is not a replacement for a vibrator as it is designed specifically to spark genital arousal and sexual interest.

Dr. Leah Millheiser, MD Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of OB/GYN and Director of the Female Sexual Medicine Program at Stanford University, writes: “Women can now warm up, before jumping right in. As we age, give birth and enter menopause, our hormone, estrogen and testosterone levels shift, causing up to three-quarters of women between the ages of 45 and 58—to experience a drop in libido and challenge arousal due to less sensitivity and blood flow to our lady parts. Don’t give up. Remember, we don’t give up reading when our eyesight gets worse, we get a pair of reading glasses.  Women can compensate by taking more time, energy, and attention to awaken or re-awaken lost sensations.”

Here’s the Fiera website, with lots more information.

Giveaway: The makers of Fiera are offering a device to one Friend for the Ride reader. For a chance to win, enter a comment by February 20 or email me at the address on the right. Thanks!

7 thoughts on “Fiera: Help for Low Libido (and a Giveaway)”

  1. I would love to try this, I think most women of a certain age could appreciate such an intimate item. Thanks for this post, its an important topic not discussed often enough

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