Restoring Women’s Sex Drive

Menopause and sexual desire aren’t usually linked in the lives of many women. Hormones change and sex drive declines. Fortunately, two recent scientific studies have examined the possibilities of testosterone replacement to help alleviate the problem. The first study revealed evidence that providing women a testosterone dosage “five to six time higher” than normal levels had some sexual benefit without much negative consequence. The second study investigated the drug flibanserin which, given at bedtime, reportedly increased the number of sexually gratifying experiences. Flibanserin induced “dizziness, sleepiness, nausea, and headache” in a third of the women, but less that 10 percent discontinued the drug.

Read the full article here: Restoring Women’s Sex Drive – Dr Weil’s Daily Health Tips – Natural Health Information