Never thought nasal sprays could be sexy? Turns out the female equivalent of Viagra could come in nose spray form. A nasal spray intended to boost female sexual arousal is about to undergo clinical trials in Australia and Canada, reported i
For Female Orgasmic Disorder an authentic psychiatric diagnosisa forthcoming ' female Viagra ' has been effective in early clinical trials. But not everyone is smiling coyly. No matter how the notion of Female Orgasmic Disorder strikes you, someone thinks your opinion is sexist.
Originally uncovered through tests on rats, the drug aroused female rodents 'so quickly they started mounting males', added Spana. Now the company hopes to market PT for humans in two or three years though Spana stressed Palatin's main target was people with sexual problems: men with impotence and women with low arousal. Given that more than 40 per cent of women suffer from 'female sexual dysfunction' - they are interested in sex but cannot reach climax - this still gives PT a massive market while at the same time providing hope for a lot of unsatisfied men.
The developers say the drug could boost female sexual arousal and satisfaction. Tefina, which has been dubbed the "female Viagra," is not without its critics. While some see it as an important development - one that can help women to better control their libido - others see it as a solution to a fictional problem. Speaking to ONE Newsfertility expert Dr Ric Gordon noted that"Men use sex to de-stress and women need to be de-stressed to have sex, so that's a very complex emotional issue.
Put the aphrodisiacs aside. Soon, you may be able to sniff your way to a sexier mood. Australian researchers are currently recruiting women for a new clinical trial that will test a nasal spray intended to boost female sexual arousal.
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Jump to navigation. Soon a nasal spray that will work as Viagra for women A pharmaceutical company based in Canada is developing a world-first Viagra-style drug for women. A pharmaceutical company based in Canada is developing a world-first Viagra-style drug for women.
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A NASAL spray that increases sexual desire in women and treats impotence for men is undergoing trials in America, it emerged yesterday. Tests on animals have shown that the experimental drug, so far known only as PT, may have fewer side effects than Viagra. The drug is being developed by Palatin Technologies as a treatment for male and female sexual dysfunction.