Lacking Sexual Desire in Women: a Dysfunction Worth Treating?
Drugs would do no good in the case of fear or suppressed anger; the women who suffer from these causes actually have a reason not to want sex. It is ridiculous to think that drugs would solve their problem, when drugs would probably do more harm than good to their mental well being. There is no solid evidence to suggest that there is any real hormonal cause of decreasing sexual desire in women and without this there are no grounds to suggest there is a drug that can be used to treat low sexual desire in women. Even if science can devise a Pink Viagra, the ethics of prescribing a rape victim with drugs to give her an insatiable desire are quite poor. Society has become lazy over the years and if indeed a quick-fix drug is invented, over use will become a problem, as has been seen with many other drugs involved with depression and ADHD. There will inevitably come a time when marital discontent is solved with Pink Viagra and fatigued women will be fed drugs to boost sex drive instead of cutting work rates and revising diets and sleep patterns. Women need to be encouraged to look after themselves and live a balanced life emotionally, physically and sexually rather than just relying on drugs to solve their problems. Sexual therapy should always be the first option and, if a reliable drug is found, it should only be used after exploration of all other avenues.…
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