No evidence, but Viagra Can Treat Women Sexual dysfunction

By | 07.07.2019

Canada, Vancouver – Viagra and testosterone therapy are becoming popular to treat sexual dysfunction in women. Physicians prescribe both treatments to females to boost sexual desire despite not knowing how the treatments actually work.

In order to treat female sexual dysfunction experts are recommending “off-label” tablets, said Lori Brotto a psychologist and professor of obstetrics and gynecology.

The scientists showed concern on women sexuality at UBC’s Chan Centre, where Brotto among the jury said they are looking for the drug company which will create such generic Viagra a drug for women that will comprise 2009 documentary named Orgasm Inc. which will operate for women.

Healthy women usually senses that their sexual response is peculiar, said the jury member Joy Johnson, head of the Gender and Health with Canadian Institutes of Health Research at UBC.

A drug company is allowed to create such drug. Pharmaceutical companies are given the charge of it. Johnson stated that it is waste of time and money, j$j is least interested, and was emphasizing on other eminent diseases.

Drug companies are fleeting as the government is denying approval.

Testosterone gel LibiGel created by Biosante Pharmaceuticals a U.S based company manufactured in order to inspire women’s sexual response, unfortunately the study failed in December.

Brotto stated that, placebo group were actually better than those in testosterone group. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) and Female Sexual Dysfunction were noted as medical disorder in early 1990’s.

An online survey is conducted by Cindy Masaro. She is working on a PhD in UBC’s school of nursing. The survey included the viewpoint of women regarding sex in the age group of above 25 years. Since then 200 studies have been analyzed from North America and believing to complete more 300 studies.

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