Low sex drive? Worry no more! The 'female Viagra' has finally arrived!

Gone are the days when women who have low libido could do nothing but let their sex life and relationships fizzle. With the emergence of the female version of Viagra, fortunately, such problem already has a solution.


Last Tuesday, August 18, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finally approved the female libido drug Flibanserin just at the third attempt.

Flibanserin, also referred to as “Pink Viagra”, is said to treat hypoactive sexual disorder in pre-menopausal women.


While some people believe that sex is overrated, others think that it is as important as the oxygen we breathe when it comes to a relationship.

Marriage and relationship therapists across the board reckon that not having sex in a relationship causes feelings of depression, frustration, self-doubt and low self-esteem.

Low sexual desire is a real disorder for women. It is a very common form of female sexual dysfunction characterized by lack of sexual thoughts and lack of desire that are not caused by any medical or psychological conditions.

Good news for all women today: the magic pill has finally arrived! “Pink Viagra”, in fact, is now the holy grail for drug industries.

It has been 15 years since Viagra hit the market and changed the world of male sexual health. Today, women can already rejoice as a drug that could work wonders for them is soon to be available on the market.

"Pink Viagra" is produced by Sprout Pharmaceuticals and will be sold through the brand name Addyi (pronounced add-ee).

In a press release, Sprout described the “female Viagra” as a once-daily, non-hormonal pill. It is expected to be available starting October 17.