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Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder: What Is It and How Can We Treat It?

Ladies, have you ever wondered: Where’s my ‘little blue pill’?  Since the late 90’s, medications for sexual dysfunction have changed the lives of men around the world.  But what about the better half? Fortunately, Addyi is here to help!  This medication is approved for premenopausal women suffering from Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) which is characterized by a lack of interest in sex that’s causing personal distress for six months or more. 

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