Monday, June 21, 2010
A survey conducted by the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology found that nearly 40% of woman reported sexual problems during some time during their lives, with low desire being the most common issue.
On Friday, June 18, 2010 a group of health experts at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)will vote on the approval of a new drug called fibanserin. On tests performed, there were not significant improvements over the placebo, so there is no compelling need to approve this pill.
When women experience low libido, they oftentimes blame it on their stress levels, but the problem is usually rooted much deeper. Hormonal imbalances can often lead to low libido in women mainly as a result of their levels of progesterone, testosterone, and estrogen.
Sometimes the problem even stems from a woman’s diet. Nutrition and fitness are just as crucial to a healthy sex drive hormonal balance.
Watch San Diego bioidentical hormones expert Dr. Silva on Fox News as she discusses how to reboot your libido.