Linneah sat at a desk at the Center for Sexual Medicine at Sheppard Pratt in the suburbs of Baltimore and filled out a questionnaire. She read briskly, making swift checks beside her selected answers, and when she was finished, she handed the pages across the desk to Martina Miller, who gave her a round of pills. The pills were either a placebo or a new drug called Lybrido, created to stoke sexual desire in women.
Buspironesold under the brand name Buspar among others, is a medication primarily used to treat anxiety disordersparticularly generalized anxiety disorder. Common side effects include nausea, headaches, dizziness, and trouble concentrating. Buspirone was first made in and approved for medical use in the United States in
Yet antidepressants may also impair sexual function. Wait it out. If the medication causing sexual side effects has just been prescribed, wait a while to see if the problems diminish. Lower the dose.
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The topic of female sexual dysfunction has been brought front and center due to a recently published NY Times article discussing the ongoing clinical trials of Lybrido and Lybridos, two drugs currently being studied in women reporting chronically low libido. The studies are being conducted by the clinical research center Emotional Brain in both the Netherlands and the U. Lybrido is being developed for women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder HSDD with a relatively insensitive system for sexual cues, while Lybridos is being investigated in women with HSDD and maladaptive sexual inhibitory mechanisms.
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The investigational compound bremelanotide—a synthetic version of melanocytes stimulating hormone—is administered intranasally and appears to acutely influence libido in women. Herbal compounds. Some herbal compounds are being sold for low-desire complaints.
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