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Does First FDA-Approved Libido Booster for Women Work?



The Doctors discuss how the first FDA-approved pill to boost sexual desire for women works differently than Viagra, its potential side effects and what you can expect if you take it.

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31 thoughts on “Does First FDA-Approved Libido Booster for Women Work?

  1. FDA approved a lot of drugs and then it ended up hurting people. Women, try research for natural stuffs. FDA approvals aren’t always mean it’s safe.

  2. Sadly, many women, just fall into a pattern of endless frigidity that doesn't seem to have some sort of an escape. Increasing your libido and having the capacity to enjoy yourself in bed, is just something that should happen naturally. Everything's explained in Aca Fortsmire's website, and yes anyone can rekindle that flame within, try gooogling her.

  3. Gender inequality? Why did you have to wait to get an option? Hold on a minute. This is because it is so much more difficult to find the answer because as you admit, women’s sexuality and libido are very complicated. Believe me, if men could easily invent a drug to make women want to have more sex with us, we would have done it 100 years ago. This is not about gender inequality. This is beyond our control.

  4. Snake oil. Don’t waste your time or money. This shit doesn’t work. My wife uses it for sleep medicine. It doesn’t make her horny. It increases her sex drive as much as a can of Dr. Pepper. This shit should be illegal and in trouble for false advertisement.

  5. Dizziness and fainting in 10% of the women, and you have to take it everyday, while you cant drink alcohol? – Just to 'want' sex one time a month?

  6. One more time? Lmao 🤣🤣 shit sexually intimacy works both ways. I mean if your in a relationship or marriage, and your wife or man comes on to you that's the hint to maybe you know throw a dog a bone, and say fuck it and play around with them. It's not that got damn complicated. I do not understand. I don't wanna have sex 24/7 but I do get urges sometimes, but if my wife was to say something dirty to me, I'm Gunna take the que and assume you know my partner my wife probably wants to do something so what i do is entertain it, and start texting or talking or thinking about it. Then magic happens 30 minutes ago. I didn't want sex wasn't thinking about it but now I showed some empathy for my partner and now we're banging. Or playing adult games wink wink. It can be a choice to want to be turned on. It's a game not a job, it's fun not a hassle. It's a pleasure. Not a punishment.

  7. women get in the mood… its just never with the one they promised to be with for the rest of their lives… and the fact is once a women nears the age of 35… sex drive goes to near zero. add social media to the mix and the level of toxicity in their moods makes men avoid them like a colorectal exam.

  8. What about estrogen? From what I can tell, both genders have the same amount of sexual desire because sexual arousal is one of the most pleasurable feelings, but females have significantly less testosterone. It’s the hormone that gives males our distinct features but sexual desire isn’t a uniquely male quality.

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