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Men aren’t the only ones with sexual dysfunction issues, there are also women who suffer from sexual disorders but now there’s help. On Tuesday, the FDA approved Flibanserin (FLY-BAN-SERIN), a new drug specifically designed to help boost a woman’s libido. Already known as “the little pink pill,” the drug is a groundbreaking move toward treating female sexual dysfunction.

Along with the announcement comes many questions, “How is sexual dysfunction diagnosed?” “Which women can take it?” and of course, “Are there any side effects?”

Female sexual disorder seems to differ from male sexual dysfunction as women struggle more with the “desire” to have sex and opposed to men who have a desire but can’t get their man part to cooperate.

Here’s a closer look at Flibanserin.

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