Methamphetamine METH is a psychomotor stimulant that is strongly associated with increases in sexual drive and behavior in both women and men. Even though men and women are equally as likely to be addicted to or use METH, studies of sexual behavior often focus on male users. In fact, why METH so profoundly increases sexual drive is unknown and, to our knowledge, relatively unexplored. In our recent work, we have employed a rodent model to examine the effects of METH on female sexual behavior and the underlying neural circuitry.
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Women and the Adverse Effects of Meth Use
Abuse of Meth and Sex — The use of drugs to party or feel elated, at first glance, can be very seductive. Unfortunately, the abuse of certain substances can rapidly lead to risky behavior, adverse consequences, and, ultimately, addiction. When a person has developed an addiction , the short-term potential for a healthy life essentially stops, and chaos ensues. A person may find oneself doing things he or she never thought they would ever do in an attempt to obtain and use drugs. This is known as compulsive drug-seeking behavior, and a person engaging in this will continue to do so despite the problems it is causing. The abuse of numerous substances can lead to impulsive, risky, and unsafe sexual encounters.
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At first, drugs can be seductive. But these good times lead to the unintended slavery, pain, humiliation, and degradation of addiction. Anyone can succumb to addiction.
Methamphetamine use in pregnancy endangers the health of the woman and increases the risk of low birth weight and small for gestational age babies and such use may increase the risk of neurodevelopmental problems in children. All pregnant women should be asked about their drug and alcohol use. Urine toxicology screening may be useful in detecting methamphetamine and other substance abuse during pregnancy, but this screening should only be done with maternal consent after counseling regarding the potential ramifications of a positive test result. Women reporting continuing use of methamphetamine in pregnancy should be referred for treatment and followed up with serial ultrasound examinations to assess fetal growth. The abuse of methamphetamine has been increasing in the United States since the late s. After alcohol and marijuana, methamphetamine is the drug most frequently abused in many western and midwestern states 1. Methamphetamine is the only illegal drug that can be easily made from legally obtained ingredients 2.