Female Pink Viagra changes women’s sex life

U.S. Food and Drug Administration may approve a pill that could increase women’s sex drive.
“Female Pink Viagra” because of its potential effects could change women’s sex life is like Viagra, made by considering the male erectile dysfunction.
Female Pink Viagra works on brain chemistry woman, increasing her desire for sex, whereas Viagra increases blood flow to the genitals, increasing the ability of men to perform.
It increases libido in women with low sex drive.
Female Pink Viagra was originally developed as an antidepressant, but it was not able to do it on the market. This was an unexpected side effect, however, increase a woman’s libido.
This prompted the company to perform further study for the usefulness of the drug in the consideration of hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), a condition as unexplained loss of sexual thoughts, desires and fantasies, the condition can cause significant emotional distress of women.

Low libido can be caused by many different factors.
Some of the causes of loss of libido include hormonal changes – such as those that occur due to menopause or breast-feeding or accentuate anxiety, and treatment, such as blood pressure medications and antidepressants.
Women who use birth control pills may be at higher risk for sexual problems.
Women should work with their doctors to identify the actual cause of their loss of desire.
The study focused on the preparation of its effects on premenopausal women. Participants who took a daily dose, saw their average number of sexual satisfaction increase experiments from 2.7 to 4.5 in the month.