PT-141 Review

PT-141 is also known as Bremelanotide or Vyleesi. It is also commonly referred to as “the sex peptide.” It is a peptide created from Melanotan 2, a synthetic version of the alpha-Melatonocyte stimulating hormone.

Read on to learn more about PT-141 in this ultimate review.

What is PT-141?

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As a result of PT-141 significant effect on libido, it is now applied to treat sexual dysfunction in men and women. However, PT 141’s creation intention wasn’t for sexual dysfunction treatment as the scientists developed it from the hormone that induces tanning and causes dark skin pigmentation.

Working directly through the central nervous system to increase arousal and satisfaction with sex, PT-141 has made a name for being an effective and reliable treatment for sexual arousal disorder in women and erectile dysfunction in men.

What does PT-141 do?

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The easiest way to describe how PT-141 works are that it stimulates lordosis. Lordosis is a hormone in the body that sends signals alerting the body to “get ready for sex.” Just like the way it works in animals when they go on heat period.

Instead of merely increasing blood flow to the male sexual organs like viagra and other sexually stimulating medications, it directly starts the process itself. It produces and triggers dopamine hormones, which play a huge role in sexual activeness.

Although PT 141 is famous for sexual dysfunction treatment, it can also boost energy naturally. Therefore, PT 141 serves as an effective alternative to energy drinks and substances like pills, which can be harmful to the body.

Another function of PT 141 is that it can promote the tanning of skin with no exposure to UV and sunlight’s harmful effects.


  • It increases sexual libido
  • It treats sexual dysfunction in men
  • Improves sexual performance in women
  • Promotes stronger erection
  • It helps tan the skin
  • Provides energy

Side effects

  • Itching
  • Nausea
  • Headache
  • Vomiting
  • Dizziness

PT-141 in The Media


Experimental drug drives (June 2004

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Date: June 29, 2004

The Sydney Morning Herald published an article on how an experimental drug drives female rats mad for sex. This drug, however, is the PT 141, and a quote from the publication states that PT 141 may be the “first pharmacological agent with the capability to treat female sexual desires.”


New drug for Libido (Dec 2006

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Date: December 1, 2006

ABC News published on its website a piece about a new drug for lost libido. It echoes the sentiment of the manufacturer’s that it is a first for women. It then goes on to state how there is a concern for its inevitable abuse.


Passionate sex life (Oct 2019

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Date: October 28, 2019

Hollywood actress Suzanne Somers made headlines when she made a public revelation that she takes “sex shot” to have sex with her husband twice a day. Her revelation was infamous because of her age -73 and her husband being 83 at the time.

However, she disclosed the sex shot to be PT 141. According to her, the peptide puts her and her husband in the mood all the time.

Research Studies

Palatin Technologies’ PT-141 increases sexual behavior in female animals

In collaboration with Concordia University, Palatin scientists carried out a study to evaluate PT 141 on female rodents’ behavior. The scientists set the research activities in a fashion that made way for PT 141’s effect to be assessed on a different number of normal precopulatory sexual behaviors utilized by these female rodents to increase the sexual arousal in their male partners.


  • The female animals injected with PT 141 showed an unprecedented increase in various precopulatory sexual behaviors and actively solicited sexual contact with the male rodents.
  • It also increased the rodents’ desires to have sexual intercourse with the male rodents.


PT-141 Anecdotal Claims
Date: April 5, 2017

Barbara says she used PT 141 for six weeks, and the results were a noticeable increase in sexual desire. Her routine of taking it was by injection about 2 hours before she went to bed, and then she would feel the effects. She claims not to have experienced any side effects like nausea, headache, or sickness.
Date: May 15, 2017

The user claims to have used 2mg and waited for the effects to kick in for 4 hours. He says the first signs he got were unpleasant experiences, unlike nothing he had ever felt. He says his skin turned bright red, and his body temperature rose. After that, he felt nauseous and generally unpleasant. After an hour, these unpleasant feelings subsided.

After about two and a half hours in, he got a spontaneous erection. Any sex drive didn’t accompany this erection; he just had an erect penis. After sexual intercourse, his erection did not subside until the next morning.

He concluded that he probably took a high dosage than recommended, and the effects that followed weren’t enjoyable.

Is PT-141 Legal in Australia

Legal Status

PT-141 is currently approved by the FDA to treat Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) in premenopausal women. However, it is not approved for men’s sexual stimulation. Also, the FDA has still not called it safe either.

PT-141 Dosage and Usage


PT 141 is administered through a subcutaneous injection. It is recommended that the injection site is where there are fat deposits in the body like the stomach. The users can also administer this peptide via pills and nasal sprays. However, these other forms are not legitimate and, therefore, not recommended.

Everyone responds differently to the peptide. The advisable PT-141 dosage is 1.75mg for male and female about 1 hour before sexual activity.

In 24 hours, do not use more than one dosage of this peptide.

In a month, the number of doses should not exceed 8.

It should be noted that the effect of the peptide can last up to 72 hours.

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