US Regulators Approve 'Female Viagra', the First Drug to Boost Women's Sex Drive

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on  August 19, 2015 at 4:59 PM Sexual Health News
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'Female Viagra', a pill designed to boost women's sex drive, has been approved by the US regulators. The trade name of the drug is Addyi.
 US Regulators Approve 'Female Viagra', the First Drug to Boost Women's Sex Drive
US Regulators Approve 'Female Viagra', the First Drug to Boost Women's Sex Drive

It is also known as flibanserin. The drug is made by Sprout Pharmaceuticals in North Carolina and is aimed at premenopausal women who have lost their desire for sex.

Source: AFP

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