New hope for women suffering from sexual dysfunction?

For males, sexual dysfunction is considered a mechanical or plumbing issue that can be easily treated. Men who are diagnosed with erectile dysfunction/sexual dysfunction can take Viagra with approval from their physician, and may have overall improved blood flow to genitalia.

With women, the mechanics are quite different. A diagnosis of hypoactive sexual drive disorder (HSDD), means that the woman’s libido isn’t there or she has difficulty with arousal, and it’s much more complex than the male form of the condition.

Roughly 33 percent women complain of low libido and symptoms can include:
A loss of interest in sex
Pain during intercourse
Sexual dissatisfaction: Some people with signs of HSDD find sex aversive, traumatic, painful, or boring
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