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Too Much of Women Volunteers Halts Sex Drug Test Trial!

by Medindia Content Team on October 7, 2007 at 12:18 PM
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Too Much of Women Volunteers Halts Sex Drug Test Trial!

A firm had to halt a trial test for a new sex drug - because too many volunteers had turned up.

Synexus Research, of Cardiff, had to bring their hunt for women to a stop because they were flooded with volunteers.


The company required over 40 women to try a hormone stomach patch, which excites the mood of that person, but the firm had to turn them away after too much overcrowding.

"One said her husband would be very upset - he was looking forward to her turning into a nymphomaniac," the Mirror quoted a company source, as saying.

The sex drug might be made available after two years.

Source: ANI
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