Green light to ''Viagra'' for women

 
Green light to ''Viagra'' for women
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The American FDA, yesterday gave the green light for a kind of viagra pills for women.

The drug Addyi, developed by the pharmaceutical company Sprout Pharmaceuticals, is thus approved for the treatment of hypoactive sexual disorder, or decreased libido in women.

Addyi is approved but with a warning that it may cause greatly decreased blood pressure and thus may also cause consciousness by taking the medication.

The risk increases and becomes more serious if one combines the tablets with alcohol.

The FDA writes in a press release that Addyi should be prescription only and that doctors must evaluate whether patients who may be candidates for the medicine, for example have a problematic alcohol consumption or not.

While Viagra for men is blue, the Addyi pills are pink, naturally.

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