Viagra for women, Female Drug to Drive the Libido

Viagra for men with sexual dysfunction, but is the waiting over for women?

Sorry darling not tonight, I've got a headache. With the launch of the little blue pill in 1998, many men with penile dysfunction are enjoying a new list of life. Women with low libido are still waiting for the little pink equivalent.
Sorry darling not tonight, I've got a headache. With the launch of the little blue pill in 1998, many men with penile dysfunction are enjoying a new list of life. Women with low libido are still waiting for the little pink equivalent. | Source

Viagra poem

Vigour returns to the arid land

Injecting life to a barren gland

Arise the phoenix from the ashes

Growing strong as the moments passes

Resurrection from a haze of blue

Brings physical awakening that tamed the shrew

© J.Alexis-Hagues 4th June 2014

Viagra for women with low libido and low sex drive

While Viagra has given men with erectile dysfunction a new lease of life, researchers are having a hard time figuring out how best to study the desires of women to produce the female Viagra pill.

The drug giant Pfizer gave up on testing Viagra for women in 2004, because research into Viagra for women was proving much too complicated.

The ability to enjoy a full and healthy sexual relationship can be a huge problem for some women. There are many forms of female sexual dysfunction, low sex drive or libido is common in women of menopausal and post-menopausal age, but can also occur in women of any age. Sexual problems can include:

  • Loss of desire
  • Loss of arousal

  • Problem with orgasm

  • Pain during sexual intercourse

According to The Sexual Advice Association, about 30% of women have no sex drive what-so-ever, sexual problems affect 50% of women becoming more common with age. Some women may only experience sexual dysfunction at certain times in their lives such as during pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, during the menopause and at times of crisis or illness. For some women, the condition is chronic and causes much distress.

Women's sexual dysfunction and lack of desire can be due to physical, psychological and social problems.

Physical

  • Dyspareunia is painful sexual intercourse due to medical or psychological causes; it affects about one-fifth of women at some point in their lives. Dyspareunia affects more women than men. However, the causes are often reversible, even when the condition is long-standing.
  • Hormonal disorders, Oestrogen levels drops after the menopause causing vaginal drying and pain during intercourse. Pain can lead to a lack of desire. Hormone replacement therapy or HRT can help to reduce the symptoms. Tibolone is a synthetic (man-made) hormone that acts in the same way as HRT. Testosterone is produced in the female ovaries and adrenal glands naturally, and is linked to female sexual function, a fall in testosterone levels can be associated with loss of sexual desire. Testosterone patches for women are also available; this treatment is simple to use when it is needed and can be discontinued at any time.
  • Diabetes, in a survey of 240 adults with type 1 diabetes seen in an outpatient clinic; sexual dysfunction was reported in 27% of women and 22% of men. Sexual dysfunction in diabetic women was more common than in women without the condition (15%). While diabetes does not cause sexual dysfunction in the majority of women, it is associated with reduced interest in sex. Adjusting to a new diagnosis of diabetes can be very challenging and can have added impact on the individual's sex life.

  • Alcohol abuse, the sexual effects of alcohol can be complicated. Alcohol can help to remove inhibitions when taken in small quantities; it allows an individual to feel more comfortable and confident in initiating sex. However, research shows a reduced sexual response even after a few drinks. Consumption of alcohol in large quantities can make sex difficult or impossible. When taken in moderate amounts, risky sexual behavior can become a real problem.

  • Drug abuse, like alcohol, drugs can have an effect on sex, and not necessarily in a positive way. Certain types of drugs, e.g., opiates may induce a sense of inhibition but can also dampen libido. Anti-hypertensive, anti-depressant and some over-the- counter drugs can also contribute to sexual dysfunction.

  • Tiredness stress and anxiety can reduce sex drive and libido to prevent a healthy and fulfilling sex life.

  • Childbirth and episiotomy, female sexual dysfunction can occur postnatally, this may be due to several causes, and can be divided into physical, social and psychological problems.

  • Neurological illness, e.g., Parkinson's disease, can affect sexual functioning in different ways since arousal is regulated by the brain and nervous system. People with Parkinson's disease have particular difficulties with tremors and slow movements that can lead to frustration. Patients with Parkinson's disease are advised to seek help from their GP or neurologist.

  • Vaginismus causes the muscles in and around the vagina to contract suddenly and involuntarily, making sexual intercourse painful or impossible. Vaginismus can occur when sex is associated with pain such as traumatic childbirth, sexual abuse or the belief that sex is wrong.

Psychological and Social

  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Previous or current physical, or emotional abuse
  • Body image problem
  • Relationship problems
  • Previous traumatic sexual experience
  • Fear of pregnancy
  • Family and financial problem
  • Job problems
  • Illness or death

Could Sildenafil be the answer for women?

Secretly she yearns to bloom again

Inside she bury disdane and pain

Love fades like a withering flower

Desert thirst for reviving shower

Endless wait for the pink solution

Nirvana worth the revolution

Apathetic; she makes her excuse

Frustrated; he is hurt and confuse (d)

Icy long nights the weather forecast

Loving across a chasm so vast

© J. Alexis-Hagues 5th June 2014

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Doctor Explain Female Sexual Dysfunction

It's a new Dawn

Lugubrious mood surrenders to contentment

After thunder, rain washes all resentment

Dysfunction resigned to the distant past

As she yields to the magical healing at last

Phenomenal woman in every way

Radiant, rapaciously claiming her day

Effervescent, enchanting, rejuvenated

Libidos pink pill emancipating

Orgasmic capacity for liberation

Xanthippe exalts in transfiguration

© J. Alexis-Hagues 5th June 2014

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Maca has been shown to improve energy, sex drive and fertility in both male and female

Viagra (Sildenafil) for Women

The male of the species currently has access to around 24 drugs for the treatment of sexual dysfunction, including the happy little blue pill, 'Viagra.' Until now, there has been no real help for women with low sexual desire. Women were forced to ask the question, is female sexual dysfunction less important than men's? Or is it simply harder to treat due to the female's approach to sex?

Various studies have shown that the male's sex drive are stronger and infinitely more straightforward than that of their female counterpart. Sexual desire in women is much harder to pin down. It's often said that women want sex for love, for men, it is mostly about physical gratification. Female arousal is strongly influenced by thoughts and emotions, and may be one reason why sexual dysfunction is higher in women.

An extensive US study showed, 43% of women suffer from sexual dysfunction compared to 31% men. Finding the right solution for female sexual dysfunction is proving difficult because there is still much to learn about female sexual function.

Medication like Viagra has shown itself to be effective for men due to its ability to increase the supply of blood to the genital. We know that the drug works well for men with sexual dysfunction. Within the first few weeks of Viagra entering the marketplace, pharmacies dispensed more than 215,000 prescriptions, sending Pfizer's stock into orbit. Well over 23 million prescriptions have been written for Viagra to date.

While this was good news for the drug company and the male population, there was still no help for women. A few female researchers wanted to know if post-menopausal women can also benefit from Viagra.

Laura A Berman, director of Berman Center and professor of OB-GYN and psychiatry at Northwestern University in Chicago and Dr. Jennifer R Berman, director of the Female Sexual medicine Center at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, began a twelve weeks clinical study. The study focused on 202 post-menopausal and post-hysterectomy women experiencing female sexual arousal disorder, the women were given Sildenafil (Viagra) and a placebo.

The study concluded that after each sexual experience, women who took the sildenafil, reported overall sexual satisfaction compared with the group of women who took the placebo.

Female Viagra The Lady Prelox or little pink pill

Prelox for men was launched in 2010 by the drug company Pharma Nord, it is a natural product containing L-Arginine, a natural amino acid and pycnogenol, a French pine bark extract, and antioxidant designed to improve vascular health and enhance sexual performance. European sales for the drug now exceeds £10 million.

A female version of the herbal pill dubbed the 'female Viagra' have been found to boost women's libido and increase arousal by encouraging blood flow to the reproductive organs as well as the brain. The female version of the little blue pill known as the Lady Prelox, was found to significantly improve sexual function in a small study carry out by Italian scientist on 40 volunteers in their late 40s, early 50s and also on another group of women aged 37 to 45. Both groups reported improvements in their sex lives after eight weeks.

Scientists suggest, that although men's sexual dysfunction is mainly a vascular problem, and there is no concrete evidence of this in women, there may still be a link. However, some doctors remain sceptical.

According to the Chairman of the Sexual Advice Association, Dr. Graham Jackson, since female sexual dysfunction is so complex, there is no one cause, therefore, no single magic bullet. Dr. Graham cautioned that such pills worked on the basis that desire was already there. He warned that the pills aren't aphrodisiacs, if an individual were not turned on by their partner, no amount of tablets would help.





Natural Herbal Remedies to Improve Libido

Natural Remedy
Botanical Name
Use
 
Ashwaghandha, Indian Ginseng, poison gooseberry or winter cherry
Withania somnifera
Known as 'king of herbs' Ashwaghandha is one of the most powerful plants used in Indian Ayurveda medicine, it contains a number of phytochemicals and alkaloids which are responsible for the various health benefits including male and female sexual function. In animal studies, ashwaghandha shows significant ability to fight stress and enhance sexual abilities.
 
Vanilla
Vanilla planifolia
Vanilla oil is used to treat impotence in men. Described as "nectar of the gods" Vanilla is undoubtedly a natural aphrodisiac mainly due to the sensual calming scent that have captivated mankind throughout the ages, from the Mayan and Aztec Indian, the Spanish, French and Ancient Chinese to modern times. In addition to the euphoric effect on the brain, vanilla increases muscular energy and improves circulation to benefit both male and female sexual function.
 
Cocoa (Chocolate)
Theobroma cacao bean
Chocolate is a mood enhancer, A 2004 Italian research showed that women who ate chocolate had more desire and enjoyed sex more than woman who did not eat chocolate
 
Damiana, Old woman's broom, Mexican damiana
Turnera aphrodisiaca, Turnera diffusa
Damiana is one of the most notorious herbal aphrodisiacs, it is used as a sexual tonic, it relaxes the mind. Damiana leaves have been used by native people of Mexico since the Mayan times as a sexual potency for both male and female. Also used for asthma, depression, impotence, known for its ability to elevate mood to induce a relax state of mind which is needed for sexual arousal..
 
Lycium
Lycium barbarum
Lycium was first mentioned in Chinese literature in the first century AD. Chinese legend told of a wise herbalist who lived for over 200 years by taking lycium combined with other herbs. Lycium is known as a source of longevity, but also as a major tonic for sexual energy and endurance.
 
Muira Puama
Ptychopetalum olacoides
Known as a "potency wood" use for its properties to enhance sexual function. Used as a traditional powerful aphrodiac in Brazil
 
Basil
Ocimum tenuiflorum
Known for its ability to increase sexual activity by creating a relaxed feeling in the body. Increases libido when taken in certain amounts.
 
Fennel
Foeniculum ulgare
First used by the ancient Egyptians, regarded as a potent nutritional supplement and libido booster. Used today to increase libido in both male and female.
 
Mace
Myristica fragrans
Used as a vaginal dryness home remedy, also helps to regulate hormones.
 
Yohimbe, Yohimbine
Pausinystalia yohimbe
Native to Africa, the bark of this tree has been used for centuries in the treatment of impotence and sexual dysfunction in men, also believe to affect women when used as an aphrodisiac.
 
Bindii, Bullhead, devil's eyelashes, devil's weed, devil's thorn
Tribulus Terrestris
Used by body builders to enhance body mass. T. terrestris is believed to contribute to overall physical and sexual health. Animal study show improvement in sexual behaviour. Used in Indian Ayurveda medicine as gokshura sarrata.
 
L-Arginine
 
L-Arginine is an amino acid, a chemical building block found in our diet and necessary for the manufacturing of protein in the body. Found in red meat, poultry, fish and dairy products, also grains and nuts, pumpkin and sunflower seed are good sources of L-Arginine. L Arginine is the precousor of Nitric oxide which act as a vasodilator increasing blood flow to the organs to improve the condition of the heart and blood vessels. Help to improve painful legs due to block arteries or intermittent claudication, dementia and sexual dysfunction in both men and women. L. Arginine amino acid cream is said to increase vaginal blood flow to relax vaginal muscles and improve lubrication, also one of the two main extract in the female viagra known as Lady Prelox.
 
Horny Goat Weed, barrenwort, bishop's hat, fairy wings, randy beef grass or yin yang huo
Epimedium
Use to arouse sexual desire. Contain chemicals believe to increase blood flow to improve sexual function. Also contains phytoestrogens which acts like female oestrogen.
 
Tongkat Ali, longjack
Eurycoma longifolia
dubbed " the Asian Viagra" in a report in the New Sunday Times in 1999, Tongkat ali extract is a natural testosterone booster, and should not be used by pregnant or nursing women or by people with breast cancer or prostate cancer and certain medical conditions. always consult you doctor before taking any medications.
 
For medical advice relating to personal conditions, please consult your doctor or health care provider, medication including natural remedies have side effects and may be harmful when taken in conjunction with other medications.

© J Alexis-Hagues June 5th 2014

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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Pawpawwrites, I appreciate you taking a look at this. You're right of course, pain is no fun at all. Hope you are enjoying the weekend, my best to you.


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Pawpawwrites 2 years ago from Kansas

Very well done. Pain can be a huge issue. Glad there are options. Still very complicated.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Brilliant!! A man after my own heart. They can keep the Viagra, just show me those sparklers. :)

Thank you so much for visit and especially for the chuckle. Take care and my best to you.


DJ Anderson 2 years ago

Great Hub, Jo, and I've had fun reading it.

My stepfather once walked into the house and said, "Have you heard?"

Of course, I walked right into his well laid trap. "Heard what?"

"They have found something that works on women like Viagra works on men!"

Naturally my curiosity was perked. "Really?" I said. "What is it?"

With a big grin he answered, "Diamonds!"

I had to admit, it is not far from the truth!!

Lovely hub!

DJ.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Hi poetryman, well now..that explains why our friends across the channel, the French, are so partial to those little critters. However, I think I'll have to pass on the smoothie also.:) Apologies for my very late response to you very kind comment. we onlyt returned home from my holidays last night. Thanks for stopping by, my best to you.


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poetryman6969 2 years ago

I heard they use pureed frog as an aphrodisiac in South America. But I think I would have to toss my blender after making frog smoothie


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Hi Danext, yes, the ladies appears to be catching up, it will be interesting to see if the Lady Prelox does what it says on the box, but it's a move in the right direction. Thanks for checking this out, much appreciated.

My very best to you


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Danext 2 years ago from Tanzania

I had no idea that women had a viagra, your article was very informative and well organized....i guess it's new information for me to share...thanks.....


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Shyron, I know a man who would totally agree with you about the headache excuse, his standard reply is ' but it's not your head I'm after.' :) I absolutely loved the poem, but the little blue pill have certainly thrown the cat among the pigeons, so to speak. The over sixties are living it up in the wake of Viagra, according to a new documentary on British TV. Thank you for taking a look and for the entertaining comment, having laughed so hard, I've definitely got a headache..Take care and my best always.


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Shyron E Shenko 2 years ago

Jo, I love your hub, love the picture of the peacock and peahen, but headache are from the neck up and does not affect the other parts unless it is a migraine.

This reminds me of a poem I read once:

From 20 to 30 if a man lives right

it is once in the morning and once at night

From 30 to 40 if he still lives right

he cuts out the morning or else the night

From 40 to 50 it is now and then

From 50 to 60 it is God knows when

From 60 to 70 if he is still inclined

Don't be fooled girls it is all in his mind.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Hi Genna, yes, the ladies now have the herbal version of Viagra. The Lady Prelox is on the market over here, but although research continue to show that Viagra do work for some women, there seem to be real reluctance to approving it for women.

Thank you for taking the time, so glad you enjoyed the read, always appreciated. Have a great weekend and my best to you.


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Genna East 2 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

I had no idea they made Viagra for women. Excellent article…meticulously detailed, beautifully presented, and an interesting read. Thank you! Voted up and shared.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Hi Pamela, so nice to see you! Thanks for the visit and great comment. I do hope readers will find the information useful, it's hard to believe, but many people still find this subject difficult and uncomfortable to discuss, if we don't discuss it, nothing will ever get done. Thanks for reading my poems, I had fun with them. Take care and my best as always.


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Pamela99 2 years ago from United States

What an education! This is a great topic for a hub as so many women just get through sex by pretending to orgasim or sex is so painful they can't participate. Some treatment for women is long overdue. Age is a factor for woman also, but it doessn't mean many women don't have a desire. You covered this topic very well and I loved your added poetry. Voted up, useful and awesome.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

MsDora, a pleasure to see you. Yes, our biology is some what different, and there lies the problem. Yes there is a difference in male and female approach to sex, we women are more emotional and while there will never be a pill for that side of things, ( for this. we will always need a love interest) we also have a physical response and for that, studies have shown, women do benefit from Viagra. Unfortunately, there seem to be real reluctance by the powers that be to approve the drug for women. Thank you so much for stopping by and for the insightful comment.

Take care and my very best to you.


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MsDora 2 years ago from The Caribbean

Does it make a difference that sex for men is more of a biological function (you can fix that with a pill)? And sex for women is an emotional expression (you CAN'T fix that with a pill)? I wonder . . .


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Hi Faith, lovely to see your smiling face, thank you for taking a look. It seems strange that there are so much help for men out there, and while that is a good thing, women's problems are seen as less important, so while men are inundated with solutions to their problems, many of their wives remain uninterested, surely a recipe for disaster. I'm wondering if this is not a factor in why so many people in their 50s and 60s are divorcing. An article for another day, maybe. :) I hope you're well and working hard on that book. Take care and my best to you and your family.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Hi Kim,so very nice to see you, I hope all is well. I had made a mental note to visit your page, so I'm glad this have reminded me. I appreciate you taking a look at the article. I think in some cases GPs are so snowed under, they don't seem to have the time to talk to their patients anymore, and that is such a shame. Thank you for the visit, share and great comment. Take care and my best to you.


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Faith Reaper 2 years ago from southern USA

Informative hub, Jo. You always cover all your choices of health topics fully and fairly. It is obvious you have researched this topic well. It does seem that all appear to focus mainly on male issues relating to this topic, so glad you have covered the other side, who are just as important ... the women!

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ocfireflies 2 years ago from North Carolina

Jo,

I knew there had to be a reason why I like chocolate so much. : -)

Excellent work as always. I think you know more about health than any of the GPs I have ever visited. THUMBS UP/SHARED

Very good info and valuable as well.

Best,

Kim


Tobusiness 2 years ago

Frank, from you this means a lot. Sexual dysfunction is no joking matter, but we should be able to discuss it openly and honestly. I wanted to lighten things up a bit while maintaining the seriousness of the condition. I had hoped I'd found a good balance, so I do appreciate your wonderful comment.

How are things with you? I'm keeping an eye out for your next post, need to take a walk on the dark side. :) Take care now, my best as always.


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Frank Atanacio 2 years ago from Shelton

I like how you take a serious condition and tastefully add humor and cleverness to tag along with informative information. bravo :)


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Travmaj, Viagra for women is well overdue. The pharmaceutical company to solve the problem and produce a product that actually works, will be raking it in. We have an aging baby boomer population growing larger every day, women of all ages are going the extra mile to stay fit and healthy but they still have to wait while an array of drug for men floods the market.

I think it's a conspiracy to prevent crowds of women knocking on David Beckham's door, they'll have to clone him to meet the demands. I can just see it...:)

travmaj, always a pleasure, glad you enjoyed it.


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travmaj 2 years ago from australia

Surely it is time for female Viagra or something similar. Oh dear, it does seem the male research soars ahead. But then he does need a female. (in most cases) I do like Nell's Beckham solution - heeee. It is, of course, something discussed frequently and not a lot eventuates. Most informative hub - thanks.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Nell, Becks will do nicely thank you. :) Denise Welch is the last person I would have thought had problems in that department, but of course, alcohol can play havoc with the libido. Having said that, hey..maybe it was the testosterone injection that made her so frisky, good luck to her I say. Always a pleasure to see you, thanks for the visit and the terrific comment. Take care and my very best to you.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Ruby, my sentiments exactly! Why should the boys have all the fun? Thank you so much for taking the time to read and for the great comment. My best as always.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England

Hiya, I was going to say the best thing for a womans libido was a pre packaged David Beckham....but okay lets be serious here! lol! I do remember reading somewhere that someone on tv, think it was denise welch a few years ago, was given testosterone injections and it worked like magic! so maybe they should try that, and of course get a decent partner too, heck not sure if this female drug will work, we are a complicated lot we women! great read, and voted up! nell


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always exploring 2 years ago from Southern Illinois

Well i must say, " What's good for the goose must also be good for the gander. " And it's about time! Hee..Great topic and well presented.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Jackie, lovely to see you. Appreciate you stopping by, always a pleasure. My best as always.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Dashingscorpio, looks like it's about time we had a contraceptive pill for men and the Viagra equivalent for women, that should even things up a bit.:) You're right about how Viagra works, but research shows that women do also benefit from the little blue pill. Thank you for taking the time to read and comment, much appreciated. Take care and my best to you.


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Jackie Lynnley 2 years ago from The Beautiful South

Well researched and thoroughly covered as always Jo. Very well done.


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dashingscorpio 2 years ago

This was a very informative hub Voted up and awesome!

It's my understanding that Viagra does not really increase a man's libido. He already mentally wants to have sex but his body won't allow him to.

Viagra increases the blood flow so he can do what he (already) wants to do. I suppose you could say it's the equivalent of a woman using a lube.

It is sort of ironic though that men have tons of options in this area and women on the other hand have tons of (birth control) options.

We're still stuck with the condom which was first invented in 1855! :-)


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Devika, lovely to see you! I'm happy to know that this hub got you thinking, the matter should be discussed out in in the open, it affects a lot of women and it's something to be aware of.

I hope you're having a fun day, my best to you.


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DDE 2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

Hi tobusiness greatly thought of hub. Something I certainly did not think of until now. You got me thinking about another part of a woman's life. So interesting and useful.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K Author

Hi John, Isn't this great? My first comment is from an incredible sensitive man, bless you. :) I really don't understand why, but looking at the statistics there seem to be a lot of money going into researching male sexual dysfunction and less into female's. Also, women seem to receive less funding for science research in relative terms. Maybe when more women are funded for this types of research we will finally get somewhere, after all, women knows their own bodies best. About the yellow pill, I guess they come in an array of colours, but traditionally, pink for girls and blue for the boys. Some of the research shows that Viagra works well for women, but our respective governments are dragging their feet. The FDA seem very reluctant to approve Viagra for women, I hope this new drug prove to be the answer. Thank you for stopping by and for the insightful comment, it's always a pleasure to see you, take care and my best as always.


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Jodah 2 years ago from Queensland Australia

Good hub Jo. Fair is fair, sexual arousal and satisfaction is just as important for women as men, so the pharmaceutical companies should do everything they can to develop the equivalent of viagra for women. The herbal remedies may help but are probably not 100% affective. I thought I had read that a female "yellow" pill had been developed and was on the market...maybe I am wrong. Voted up.

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