Vyleesi: Meet the new drug on the market that boosts women's bedroom appetite

Vyleesi: Meet the new drug on the market that boosts women's bedroom appetite

Scientists from the United States have come up with a revolutionary drug that can improve women's sex drive.

The medication which can be compared to 'magic' blue pill, Viagra will be administered through injections on the abdomen or thigh.

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Scientists approve revolutionary drug that'll help increase women's appetite in the bedroom

The medication which can be compared to 'magic' blue pill, Viagra will be administered through injections on the abdomen or thigh. Photo: bdnews24.com
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According to The New York Times, US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given manufacturers the go ahead to produce and distribute the drug.

Currently referred to as Vyleesi, the medicine is said to cause side effects that include: headaches, nausea, discomfort on injection site and increased blood pressure.

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This is the second sex drug designed for ladies after the inception of Addyi which was released to the markets in 2015.

YEN.com.gh understands for the medication to work, it needs to be taken 45 minutes before a lady gets intimate with her partner.

The drug which belongs to AMAG Pharmaceuticals has been said to improve women's urge for pleasure and greatly reduced discomfort they had before partaking in a steamy bedroom session.

"They are often having mercy or duty sex because they want to maintain their relationship. The problem is they are distressed about sex," Dr Krop from AMAG explained about women with low sex urges.

According to her, most women who responded to the study said all they want is better sex, not necessarily more sex.

However, ladies at risk of cardiovascular diseases and hypertension cannot use the medication.

Vyleesi targets melanorcotin, a brain stimulating hormone that is related to sexual pleasure.

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