Low libido? Here's how to help.
Australian researchers hope so! They’re “currently recruiting women for a new clinical trial that will test a nasal spray intended to boost female sexual arousal,” according to Women’s Health. The drug is called Tefina and is being marketed by Trimel Pharmaceuticals. It’s a “testosterone gel that is absorbed into the body through the nose.” Yeah girl! Finally a neti pot to get your body hot!
Women’s Health notes that users are meant to snort the gel “2-8 hours before a planned sexual event with the hopes of increasing the probability for an orgasm.” Here’s what’s weird about that: testosterone will boost your desire for sex, but it won’t help you orgasm, according to Monnica T. Williams, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychological and brain sciences at the University of Louisville. Additionally, Patti Britton, PhD, MPH, author of The Art of Sex Coaching, says, “If someone has really low energy, it doesn’t matter how much testosterone they have in their body.” So it looks like this drug may not be worth the sniff!
Women’s Health has some great all-natural alternatives if you’re looking for ways to rev your engine, including working up a sweat and switching your birth control if need be. Read more about it here.
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