Researchers are looking for women to try female Viagra nose drops

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By: Aarav Sen 

Volunteers are needed to test the efficiency of new Viagra nose drops for women.

Researchers are looking for women volunteers in the United States, Canada, and Australia, to test the new drug.

The drug is referred to as “Viagra for women.” The drug is designed to help women who have been unable to achieve an orgasm.

In a press release, from the Monash University called for women who had experienced "anorgasmia", the clinical term for being unable to achieve orgasm, to help them in the new study.

Volunteers must have had a sexual relationship for at least six months. It could be a heterosexual or homosexual relationship and were not able achieve an orgasm in the last six months.

They are looking for women between ages of 18 and 49, who are not going through menopause, and they will be required to use an effective method of contraception for the duration of the trial.

"We anticipate that the treatment will work like Viagra for men. Rather than long-term approach based therapy, this medicine can be taken when a woman anticipates sexual activity," Professor Davis of the Women's Health Group at Monash University said.

Anorgasmia is one of the most common female sexual dysfunction. Despite the fact that up to one-third of women are being affected from anorgasmia, so far, the only treatments available to them are psychotherapy and sex therapy.

"We have previously known that for women with low sexual desire, the testosterone therapy not only enhances sexual desire and arousal, but also improves the ability of a woman to reach orgasm," the professor said.

Our new treatment is administered via drops into the nostrils and is effective from two hours after being administered for up to six hours. The research is supported by Trimel Biopharma SRL Canada, which developed the drug.