Best sex queen (Flibanserin), 6 tabs per 100 mg
Flibanserin, sold under the tradename Addy, is a drug approved for the treatment of premenopausal women with impaired sexual desire (HSDD). The drug increases the number of satisfactory sexual intercourse. HSDD was recognized as a distinct sexual dysfunction for more than 30 years, but was removed from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders in 2013 and replaced by a new diagnosis called FSIAD (Sexual Excitement Disorder). Flibanserin is used for disorders of patients with reduced sexual desire in women. It is one of the few drugs that really works as it should and removes frigidity, increases libido, helps achieve orgasm.
What is hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD)?
- A chronic or ongoing lack of interest in sex to the point that it causes a woman relationship problems and distress
- It can be caused physically – for example by hormonal changes or surgery, or conditions such as diabetes, arthritis or cancer
- It can be caused psychologically – depression, stress, low self-esteem or previous sexual abuse