First Female Viagra Pill Aimed at Improving Women’s Sex Drive

Now, women have their own Viagra called Addyi. The first drug meant to boost sexual desire in women.
US Food and Drug Administration has finally given a green signal to the pill, which they had twice rejected due to insignificant benefits and worrisome side effects. This approval marks a milestone, long sought by the pharmaceutical industry.
The drug has been developed by Sprout, a pharmaceutical company based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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Female Sex Drive

Everything you always wanted to know about the FEMALE SEX DRIVE and a little more…

Sex is the spark that ignites many relationships. But that heart racing enthusiasm you first have can diminish with time – and for some reason it seems to fade more quickly in women.

In this must watch Catalyst special, Dr Jonica Newby asks why do so many women lose interest in sex as early as their 30s or 40s – and what if anything can be done about it? From the controversial new theory its monogamy that kills a lady’s lust, to whether taking testosterone can restore it, Dr Newby investigates the science of female libido – even deciding to try testosterone treatment for herself as she asks what does it take to restore a healthy sex life. #ABCcatalyst