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Flushing, injection site reactions and headache are other common side effects. Women with high blood pressure or heart disease should not take the drug because increases in blood pressure were observed after injections, the FDA said.
It also could interfere with oral naltrexone, a drug for people with alcohol and opioid dependence, the FDA said.
Because so many factors affect sexual desire, doctors must rule out other causes before diagnosing the condition, including relationship issues, medical problems and mood disorders. The condition, known as hypoactive sexual desire disorder, is not universally accepted, Horny women in Hidden Acres Estates some psychologists argue that low sex drive should not be considered a medical problem.
Still, the pharmaceutical industry has long pointed to surveys — some funded by drugmakers — suggesting that it is the most common female sexual disorder in the nation, affecting roughly 1 in 10 women. Amag estimates nearly 6 Sexy milfs Mountville Pennsylvania U.
Those companies and others studied and later abandoned drugs acting on blood flow, testosterone and other targets. Waltham, Massachusetts-based Amag plans to pitch the drug to consumers through social media, including a website called unblush.
Those were only slightly better than what Horny divorced woman ready married and flirting chat taking a placebo reported, but they were ificant enough to meet FDA effectiveness standards. The pink pill — originally developed as an antidepressant — was ultimately approved with a bold warning that it should not be combined with alcohol, due to risks of fainting and dangerously low blood pressure.
It was prescribed just 6, times last year, according to investment analyst data.
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