Viagra for Women   Leave a comment

We all know this is an impossible dream – mostly for male dreamers who wish they could make a woman feel as randy as they do, as frequently as they are, and whenever they want it.  Dream on fellas.  Having said that, the pharmaceutical industry is still trying to create this ‘holy grail’, in the hopes of being the first and making a fortune out of it.

We know that male driving forces can be triggered by smell, vision, touch, memories, fantasies, and even if ‘the mind is willing but the flesh is weak’, erections are easily produced with help from a pill.

Not so for the ladies; female driving forces are never simply physical; naturally, physical attraction can play a part but it is mostly the emotional, romantic and loving relationship that triggers a desire to make love.  And there’s no pill for that!  I’m not saying it is always an easy path for men (they have their difficult moments, too), and women – even those within a loving relationship – have nothing to worry about because they have nothing physical to arouse (like the penis for penetration) and can simply lay back and receive it.  A totally ill-conceived view.  Around the time a woman hits her forties, life, and desire as well as penetration, can get tricky.  Add the emotional aspect and you have the makings of some real relationship problems, unless you’re a really good communicator.

But there’s some good news on the horizon – yes, you guessed it, it’s not available just yet.  Dr Sheryl Kingsberg, chief of the Division of Behavioral  Medecine Department at UH Case Medical Center in Cleveland, recognizing that more than half of post-menopausal women experience problems that make sex uncomfortable due to a lack of the hormone oestrogen, conducted a trial, the results of which she presented at the International Society of Women’s Sexual Health Annual Meeting, in Austin, Texas.

The trial used a tear-shaped gel capsule inserted once-daily; the oestrogen contained, and released only in the vagina, was thought to have less affect throughout the rest of the body than conventional HRT treatment, which should mean less chance of side-effects.  And associated emotional upset.

Dr Kingsberg said the treatment (yet to be approved by regulators) was something ‘women may find to be convenient and easy to use’.  Her researchers found 63 per cent of of women using this method, all aged 40-75, reported better quality of life after only two weeks, compared with 48 per cent on a placebo.

The chances of a woman feeling sexy, and with desire to match, must surely improve if she knows that there’s a simple daily ampoule she takes that will make her forget about physical limitations due to ‘normal’ bodily changes as we age, and enable her to get emotionally involved as much as her heart desires.  Won’t that be good news?!

Meanwhile, you don’t have to wait for the regulators to decide; you can read everything you need to know about sex, relationships, sexual chemistry, overcoming problems, and a host of other matters you never knew existed, with personal contributions from both genders in all walks of life, from puberty to those in their eighties!  It’s all there in Exploring Sex, Love and Lust by Clive Peters.  Don’t take my word for it – go Google and see for yourself.

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