Category: Women’s Health

Our pharmacy is very sensitive to the issue of female health; women enter our website with confidence, looking for advice and answers to meet their health needs for matters of contraception, fertility, sexual health, menstrual pain, hormonal balance, beauty, nutrition, healthy weight and many more. From our daily experience it turns out that women are responsible for family health and that women think more about the health of their loved ones than their own condition. It is important to understand that when woman’s health is taken care of, she can tend to the needs of her family. Protecting women’s health means protecting the entire community because women play a strategic role for the adoption of healthy lifestyles as well as for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of pathologies that affect those close to them.

Lady Era

Lady Era (sildenafil citrate) is an oral drug used in women with manifested disorders related to the sexual desire and the ability to derive satisfaction from their sexual experiences. The drug belongs to a group of medicines called “phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE5)”; the substance works by blocking the enzyme phosphodiesterase which normally reduces the levels of a substance called cyclic GMP (cGMP).

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Addyi

Addyi, a commercial name for filibanserin, a drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2015, acts on the hypoactive disorder of women’s sexual desire.
10% of women suffer from it and manifest themselves with the persistent or recurrent absence of fantasies and receptiveness with respect to sexual activity.

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Clomid

Clomid (clomiphene citrate, or clomiphene), is a structural analogue of estrogens, and inhibits their action by preferentially binding to the receptor of the hypothalamic neuron normally intended for the reception of estrogen hormones. This makes clomiphene a competitive inhibitor of estrogens at the level of hypothalamic receptors.

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Cabgoline

Cabgoline is one of the drugs used when suffering from hyperprolactinaemia, which is when the levels of prolactin in the blood are too high. This hormone produced by the pituitary gland (one of our endocrine glands), in fact, under normal conditions is very low in both men and women, its level rises only during pregnancy and lactation, given that its primary function is to stimulate the production of breast milk.

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2016 Meeting Schedule
Jan 6th
Feb 10th
March 2nd
April 13th
May 4th
June 1st
July NO MEETING
Aug 3rd
Sept 7th
Oct 5th
Nov 2nd
Dec 7thThe Local # 21 Apprenticeship program is always looking for new apprentices!
Apprentice applications are taken the first working Monday each month.
Local # 21 is actively seeking Cement Masons for work all of iowa.

All Cement Mason members please see events page to sign up for OSHA & First Aid CPR classes.

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OPCMIA Local # 21


Welcome to OPCMIA Local 21 in
Des Moines and Central Iowa

OPCMI 21 was chartered to bring quality and integrity to
the workplace. Union members pride themselves on the
ability to provide the highest-qualified craftsmen in
the industry. Through a stringent and certified apprenticeship process, each union plasterer and mason enters a jobsite with the knowledge and skills required to do the job right, on time, and within budget.Sometimes referred to as the construction industry’s “finishing force,” the modern union plastererers’ and masons’ provides an array of world-class skills and workmanship. Our work can be seen in the interiors and exteriors of some of the Iowa ’s greatest buildings. These sites include skyscrapers, government facilities, freeways, commercial and industrial buildings, sports complexes, museums, schools, along with numerous others.

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The Green Five Program: Plasterers and cement masons implement green construction technologies and training.

Contractor Types in OPCMIA Local 21
Click any of the links below to view an updated list of the quality signatory contractors
who have partnered with OPCMIA Local 21.