The business of marketing elixirs that improve the mood and increase sexual excitement is older than medicine. It used to be that old men in apothecaries would sell secret potions, made of unknown ingredients, with the promise of ameliorating whatever it was that kept a young person’s life in such an unexciting state. Today, science is continuing the tradition and developing drugs that will not only promise, but also deliver.
Local 6 (WKMG, Central Florida) reports:
Doctors said women who used the drug PT-141 in test studies felt a tingling or throbbing followed by a strong desire to have sex immediately after spraying their noses.
PT-141 is a synthetic version of a sex hormone that works on both men and women, according to a report.
“In the case of women, what we’re really doing is sensitizing the vaginal tissue so when they get touched or stimulated, they would feel it a little bit more,” Dr. Carl Spana said.
“It’s a very simple product to use,” Spana said. “Essentially, you take off the protective cap and place it at the base of your nostril and then they would just activate the device while breathing normally.
“We know that some women need something — a pill, a nasal spray — to get them going,” Melinda Gallagher said in the report. “We’re all for that. But one caveat that we have about that is they should probably look around themselves before they start taking a pill.”
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