If you are a femme who's looking for more options, I can recommend a few that might work for you. But remember that I am a medical doctor who has a specialized interest in feminity. You need to have a good understanding of the product, its ingredients and its uses before you purchase. I also want to make it clear that there is no medical advice in this article or any other article on this site. All information is strictly for informational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice.
When a product does work for your needs, it's worth the trouble to use it properly. When you find that something does help, be sure to take time to do the right things first. Here's what I do with my own products when I don't find they're working: Use the right formula. I don't use any products on my body that contain any form of synthetic hormones. Change your routine. I have the following routine: I eat a paleo, gluten free diet (I hate refined sugar), I take the supplements I need and eat only real food (vegan, raw, gluten free, raw food, etc) (1:30 AM) I get enough sleep to get a good night's rest.