Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Zestra, the Female Arousal Drug

The over-the-counter drug Zestra has been called the "female Viagra," but it's hard to tell how effective it is. An article in MedicalNewsToday from November says that a study has shown promising results, but I'm not familiar with that publication, and there probably need to be further studies done. However, Zestra has been on sale in many drugstore chains so you would assume that at the very least it's not harmful. Whether it really performs as claimed is something for the consumer to judge .

Unlike Viagra, Zestra is a topical liquid that is applied during foreplay. According to the article mentioned above, Zestra "provides desire, arousal, and sexual satisfaction benefits for a broad, generalized group of women with sexual difficulties."

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