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Link Established Between FSD and High Blood Pressure

A paper was presented in the 21st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hypertension in New York City. This revealed the link between the female sexual dysfunction// (FSD) and high blood pressure. According to the study it is said that mostly women with increased hypertension and increased age ...

Simple Changes in Diet Could Improve Sex Life of Women

... Boosting dopamine levels in the brain has shown to be incredibly successful at treating sexual dysfunction - and several dopamine drugs to treat fsd are in early clinical trials. Seratonin is another important brain chemical. It enhances alertness, improves mood and makes people feel cheerful...

Hypertension linked to Female Sexual Dysfunction

... aged 31 to 60 years with and without hypertension using the questionnaire called the Female Sexual Function Index. Among those with hypertension, fsd was also more frequent in treated (47.8 per cent) as opposed to untreated (32.5 per cent) women. Source: PTI News ...
FSD in Biological Technology

Palatin Technologies, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year End 2007 Results; Teleconference and Webcast to be held on September 18, 2007

...he announcement of results of Part 2 of a Phase 2A pilot study evaluating the effects of bremelanotide in post-menopausal women diagnosed with fsd in which subjects reported an increased level of genital arousal, an increased level of sexual desire and a higher incidence of engaging in se...

Palatin Technologies Announces Reacquisition of Full Rights to Bremelanotide Program

...elanotide for the treatment of ED. "Regarding the fsd program with bremelanotide, we have completed an e...t 150 million men worldwide suffer from ED. About fsd Female sexual disorder is defined by the American... or a lack of genital or other somatic responses." fsd consists of four components, hypoactive sexual des...
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