Pill to help womens sex drive

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An as-needed injectable treatment offers women another option for treating low libido, but it may not work for every woman. Women have another FDA-approved drug that promises to boost their sex drive, bringing the total number of medications to exactly… two. There is no information available yet on whether the drug will be covered by health insurance. But Reuters reports that some plans cover Addyi, the first female low libido drug on the market.

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'Viagra' for women: Types, how they work, and side effects

By definition, you may be diagnosed with hypoactive sexual desire disorder if you frequently lack sexual thoughts or desire, and the absence of these feelings causes personal distress. Whether you fit this medical diagnosis or not, your doctor can look for reasons that your sex drive isn't as high as you'd like and find ways to help. Most women benefit from a treatment approach aimed at the many causes behind this condition. Recommendations may include sex education, counseling, and sometimes medication and hormone therapy. Talking with a sex therapist or counselor skilled in addressing sexual concerns can help with low sex drive. Therapy often includes education about sexual response and techniques. Your therapist or counselor likely will provide recommendations for reading materials or couples' exercises.

Vyleesi? Addyi? How women can get help for low sexual desire

Sildenafil Viagra treats erectile dysfunction in males. In the United States, two drugs have been approved to treat low libido in females. Some females take Viagra, off-label, to treat low sexual desire. This article describes the FDA-approved medications, including how these drugs work and possible side effects. It also explores alternative treatments.
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