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Posted by: Shy | 2010/10/07

Womans libido

Is there a product that can increase a womans libido / sexual drive?

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No unfortunately not - there is one currently being licensed in the States, but even that only makes a small difference to women. The best way to address this is as follows:
1) try to address anything that could be depressing the libido (side effects of other medication, oral contraceptives, drugs/alcohol, depression, relationship problems, sleep deprivation, stress, etc)
2) try to maximise arousal (use of lubricants, fantasy, feedback to sexual partner so that stimulation is arousing - desire may come in response to arousal)
3) in the context of desire discrepancy between regular partner - the couple need to discuss the differences and try to identify ways to manage and resolve conflict over this rather than blame and personalise the difference.

Claire - SASHA

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Posted by: a | 2010/10/07

See No. 14 in the list of most asked Q''s above

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Posted by: Sexologist | 2010/10/07

No unfortunately not - there is one currently being licensed in the States, but even that only makes a small difference to women. The best way to address this is as follows:
1) try to address anything that could be depressing the libido (side effects of other medication, oral contraceptives, drugs/alcohol, depression, relationship problems, sleep deprivation, stress, etc)
2) try to maximise arousal (use of lubricants, fantasy, feedback to sexual partner so that stimulation is arousing - desire may come in response to arousal)
3) in the context of desire discrepancy between regular partner - the couple need to discuss the differences and try to identify ways to manage and resolve conflict over this rather than blame and personalise the difference.

Claire - SASHA

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