There is a cure for low libido in women, after all. Low sex drives are a common phenomenon across women of all ages. It could be influenced by factors such as menstruation, childbirth, breastfeeding, contraception as well as menopause. Stress and an inadequate diet can also contribute to it.

The Pink Viagra

A pill labeled the ‘pink viagra’ was been developed to fuel women’s sex drives. Flibanserin (Addyi) has been created as a counterpart to Viagra, to combat reduced sexual desires in pre-menopausal women. However, rather than acting as an instant remedy, Flibanserin can take weeks to showcase its effects. It may bring with it potential side effects too, so take it with care.

Increased Libido 

A 2015 research study at the University of British Columbia, showed that women on Flibanserin had 0.8 more sexual occurrences in a month than women on a placebo. However, some women consuming Flibanserin had side-effects. These included feeling nauseous, dizzy and faint. It resulted in some women even opting out of the experiment. Tests also showed that women who had consumed alcohol or had taken an oral contraceptive responded better to the pink-viagra pill.

Choose the Organic Route

A 2012 study at the Cleveland State University, found that good communication in the bedroom boosts sexual arousal and that without communication a healthy sex life can become difficult to maintain. Some medical experts argue that popping a pill may not be the ideal route to follow. They prefer natural methods as sex should be a natural, organic process.

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