If there is No Desire to Get Physically Romantic, You Could Be Suffering from HSDD

If there is No Desire to Get Physically Romantic, You Could Be Suffering from HS

If you don’t feel the desire to go to your bed and enjoy sex with your partner, then probably you are suffering form hypoactive sexual desire disorder that is caused by a brain chemical imbalance.

This is the message given in a new educational crusade that saw a launch in the preceding week by the Society of Women's Health Research, with actress Lisa Rinna, as a celebrity representative, talking regarding the brain's prospective role in desire.

There are no approved drugs or medicines to treat the condition. But, a new medicine, known as flibanserin, may get the approval by the Food and Drug Administration following its counseling committee conducts a meeting, so as to discuss the drug in the approaching month.

For the time being, flibanserin producer Boehringer-Ingelheim has financially aided an HSDD educational movement, in order to create demand for the drug.

Psychologist, Stanley Althof, Executive Director of the Center for Marital and Sexual Health in West Palm Beach, Fla., said that he has been testing the drug in the producer’s clinical tests and opines that there is a dire need of efficient medication to treat women diagnosed with HSDD.

Usually a happy relationship becomes worse due to the lack of desire. So, it is necessary to find a solution to the problem at the earliest