Black Relationships : FEMALE VIAGRA APPROVED BY FDA

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  1. Kemetstry

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    How many ladies would use this?

    How many feel they need it?

    Could this be considered a passive date rape drug?

    Is this the end of foreplay?





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    What does this pill for women even do? Like specifically? Were not men, we dont need to get hard, so what is this pill for, wetness? Is that all cause you can be wet and not be horny. Does it do either of those or does it just make you less judgemental or guarded or incapacitated? If the latter is the case, then this drug is akin to a roofie and shouldnt hit the market. Until you answer what it does, im not sure how to answer this, but ill make an attempt.

    How many ladies would use this?
    I'd imagine no more than the number of men on Viagra.

    How many feel they need it?
    Menopausal women maybe, and probably not many others.

    Could this be considered a passive date rape drug?
    See the thrabove questions posed.

    Is this the end of foreplay?
    What? If the pill makes you horny why wouldnt you still want foreplay? If all it does is make you wet, you probably need foreplay to make you horny. Is this a date rapey drug? If so, then i imagine foreplay isnt happening, but who can say for sure??

    Please explain your theoretical pill.
     
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    Oh God, I assumed Kemetstry made the pill up, I didnt think this was real and in the making. It sounds ridiculous to me. But, from Google...

    The Emotional Brain:
    "Lybrido was the first product we developed for the treatment of FSIAD. It proved effective for women with low sex drive and motivation as a result of insensitivity to sexual cues.

    Lybrido increases central sexual motivation and physiological sexual response, such as swelling of vaginal erectile tissue and lubrication."

    "However, in our studies we found that Lybrido was not effective in the subgroup of women who suffer from FSIAD as a result of inhibitory mechanisms. We assumed that these women can be aroused, but that negative associations with sex trigger an inhibitory reflex in the brain. This can be the result of past experiences."

    Since the drug isnt effective in women who really dont want it based on their "inhibitory mechanisms" which I assume is those selective, judgemental, hesitant, err feelings I spoke of earlier?? Its not really too roofie like.

    "For the effective treatment of this second group, we subsequently developed Lybridos."

    So theres two of these pills out there, one for the ones who need to get wet and one for the ones who need extra assistance to even get horny. I figured that'd make a difference, Ill come back to this...

    From the Dailymail about Lybrido:
    "Dr Tuiten believes the pills will be most popular with long-married women, for whom sex may have become a bore."

    I guessed menopausal women, but it seems to be geared toward long monogomous couples. Thats weird to me personally. I see why menopausal women could benefit from this on a biological level, but for a merely long married couple, if youre not boning thats a psychological problem. Youre just over that person and that sucks for you.

    "But some doctors have warned the pills may be a little too much in demand.

    Dr Andrew Goldstein, a US expert in female sexual health, told the New York Times that drug companies such as Emotional Brain will be under pressure to prove they are not turning women into nymphomaniacs.

    Some experts fear Lybrido will put women under pressure to perform, while others are sceptical about whether the pills can boost female sex drive. They point out that a tablet is not going to fix a broken relationship or ease the stresses of work and childcare."

    That last sentence says a lot to me. Imo either a woman wants it or she doesnt and a pill is not really going to change her mind about whether she wants to bone you. However if she wants to bone you, but cant get wet/isnt "tight" enough, a pill could be useful, though wouldnt she rather just use lube and do kegels?

    Back to your questions...
    How many ladies would use this?
    How many women are in long term monogomous relationships?
    How many feel they need it?
    Apparently, the women mentioned above.
    Could this be considered a passive date rape drug?
    Not if its Lybrido and the woman takes it herself and as long as its not Lybridos being slipped in someones drink.
    Is this the end of foreplay?
    I still dont see why this pill would be the end of foreplay for people who enjoy foreplay. Why and how does the pill affect sexual preferences? If thats the case, wouldn't it also dictate the sexual positions you chose, etc.? You either like foreplay or you dont, will do it when ready for it or wont.
     
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    Does it do either of those or does it just make you less judgemental or guarded or incapacitated? If the latter is the case, then this drug is akin to a roofie and shouldnt hit the market. Until you answer what it does, im not sure how to answer this, but ill make an attempt. Apparently the pill does make females horny

    How many ladies would use this?
    I'd imagine no more than the number of men on Viagra. It comes in a pink pill form

    How many feel they need it?
    Menopausal women maybe, and probably not many others. You'd be surprised how many females have low sexual drives

    Could this be considered a passive date rape drug?
    See the thrabove questions posed. lol If I slip it in your drink and thru the evening you become horny. Is it because of your attraction to me or the pill? lol

    Is this the end of foreplay?
    What? If the pill makes you horny why wouldnt you still want foreplay? If all it does is make you wet, you probably need foreplay to make you horny. Is this a date rapey drug? If so, then i imagine foreplay isnt happening, but who can say for sure?? You wouldn't need the stimulus I guess.

    Please explain your theoretical pill.

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    Flibanserin, by contrast, acts on the neurotransmitters in the brain that affect sexual desire. The drug targets the “feel-good” hormones of the brain, also known as dopamine and serotonin, in similar fashion to an antidepressant works. (In fact, flibanserin was initially developed and previously tested for use as an antidepressant, but failed in clinical trials.)

    Sprout Pharmaceuticals, the company behind flibanserin, presented the results of its most recent study, saying the drug shows significant promise. In a series of double-blind clinical trials, flibanserin worked better than the placebo to improve women’s sexual desire by increasing the number of sexually satisfying events and lowering the amount of distress women experience as a result of their low libido.
    The results showed that after 24 weeks, 46% to 60% of the women in the trials had benefited from taking flibanserin. Some committee members were skeptical, arguing that most of the purported benefit could be chalked up to the placebo effect and that the percentage of women who really benefited from the drug was probably more like 10%.

    Viagra was approved by the FDA back in 1998. So why is there still not an approved analogue for women? There have been a number of attempts at a women’s Viagra, but the FDA has not approved any of them. The controversy seems to center on the fact that the FDA has described this condition that women suffer from as an “unmet medical need.” "


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    From Sprout Pharmaceuticals:
    "Sprout will resubmit the New Drug Application (NDA) for flibanserin, a once-daily treatment for Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) in premenopausal women.. The FDA has requested that Sprout complete two additional Phase I drug interaction studies and a Phase I driving simulator study.. These studies will answer interaction questions on different enzyme pathways than those already studied, as well as identify if there is any possible driving impairment, as 9.8% of women experience somnolence, or sleepiness, while on flibanserin 100mg."
    "'With data in over 11,000 patients to date, we are confident that further supporting the predictable risk/benefit profile of flibanserin will result in women having the first ever treatment for the most common form of female sexual dysfunction. We are committed to working closely with the Agency to finally provide premenopausal women affected by HSDD with a medical treatment option.'”
    "About Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder
    HSDD is the most commonly reported form of female sexual dysfunction. HSDD is defined as a persistent or recurrent deficiency or absence of sexual fantasies and desire for sexual activity that causes marked distress or interpersonal difficulty, and which is not better accounted for by a medical, substance-related, psychiatric (e.g., depression) or other sexual condition. The cause of HSDD is believed to involve a multitude of social, psychological and biological factors and may be attributed to a complex interplay of these factors."

    You asked a good question, why is there a pill such as this approved for men and not women? Maybe because men take a pill to cure erectile dysfunction not to cure a lack of sexual desire.

    From Google:
    "Viagra does not cause a man to be sexually aroused. Viagra is only effective if you are sexually aroused."

    There is a real difference between getting hard/wet and getting horny, and the women they want to market these pills to seem to need the latter. And honestly, changing the chemistry of a womans brain via dopamine or whatever and/or making her "sleepy" in the process of trying to get her to have sex, all that is so creepy sounding and its sounding date rapier as i keep reading it. At least this drug IS marketed at the menopausal crowd, but I cant help but think they want it to be approved for women in general which is kind of bothering me.

    "About Flibanserin
    Flibanserin is believed to work on key neurotransmitters, or chemicals, in the brain that affect sexual desire. More specifically, it is thought that flibanserin corrects an imbalance of levels of these neurotransmitters by increasing dopamine and norepinephrine (both responsible for sexual excitement) and decreasing serotonin (responsible for sexual inhibition)."

    Still even creepier sounding..

    "In clinical studies, flibanserin was evaluated for its ability to increase the frequency of satisfying sexual events, increase the intensity of sexual desire and decrease the associated distress women feel from its loss."

    Flibanserin sounds so secret agenda to me. However, I dont know anyone with sexual issues like the ones being described. Maybe im just too young or sheltered for this topic, idk, but I can say I wont be taking any of these pills and dont know any woman who would if given the chance.
     
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    An Ohio State sex study says one third of females have sexual issues





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    :11200: what's wrong wit not having sex?
     
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    Female Viagra was just approved by the FDA





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