FDA Approves New Sex Drug For Women
There's a condition that affects one fifth of women at some point in their lives. A condition whose causes are often reversible, but nevertheless, irritating to deal with.
The condition is called Dyspareunia and its problem is painful sexual intercourse. Not trying to get scientific on you, but basically, as women get older, their vaginal tissues undergo atrophy, which causes pain during sex.
A lot of women deal with this issue, and I mean a lot, so it's good that the FDA has finally approved a drug to help these women cope with this issue that doesn't really get talked about. The drug is called Osphena, and it helps boost up your vaginal tissues to make them thicker and less fragile, which hopefully, will result in less pain during intercourse.
This drug wouldn't just help with Dyspareunia. There are quite a few vaginal disorders that make sex painful or even to use tampons. This drug could definitely change some women's lives.
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