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But the reason they affect her libido is because they have an impact on her ­relationship with her partner and how she feels about her body.’ Researchers into sexual disorders all agree that some women have ­genuine sexual problems that may involve anxiety, pain or difficulty that might respond to medical treatment.But many others might be better helped with counselling.‘At first my husband worshipped me, but now he makes demands on me, then he sulks and I feel guilty, but I just don’t have any interest in making love. If I try to bring up emotional issues he gets annoyed and says I am boring. We don’t kiss any more, we rarely even touch.’ Samantha’s problem is far from unusual.Experts claim that millions of British women suffer from sexual difficulty such as low libido and discomfort.These include nausea, dizziness and a raised risk of heart disease.One drug currently ­applying for a licence can cause depression and even loss of consciousness.Even the author of the study says the figure has been wrongly used.

Any woman who answered yes to just one of them was classified as suffering from sexual dysfunction.

The difference is the potential size of the ­market for female sexual dysfunction drugs - a business report from Datamonitor in 2003 ­predicted it could soon approach

Any woman who answered yes to just one of them was classified as suffering from sexual dysfunction.

The difference is the potential size of the ­market for female sexual dysfunction drugs - a business report from Datamonitor in 2003 ­predicted it could soon approach $1 billion a year.

As leading health journalist Ray ­Moynihan puts it, it’s all part of the drive by drug ­companies to ‘expand the patient pool’ by ‘creating ­markets for ­lifestyle drugs’ for both men and women.

Sex Madness (1938) is an exploitation film directed by Dwain Esper, along the lines of Reefer Madness, supposedly to warn teenagers and young adults of the dangers of venereal diseases, specifically syphilis.

Wild parties, lesbianism, and premarital sex are some of the forms of madness portrayed.

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Any woman who answered yes to just one of them was classified as suffering from sexual dysfunction.The difference is the potential size of the ­market for female sexual dysfunction drugs - a business report from Datamonitor in 2003 ­predicted it could soon approach $1 billion a year.As leading health journalist Ray ­Moynihan puts it, it’s all part of the drive by drug ­companies to ‘expand the patient pool’ by ‘creating ­markets for ­lifestyle drugs’ for both men and women.Sex Madness (1938) is an exploitation film directed by Dwain Esper, along the lines of Reefer Madness, supposedly to warn teenagers and young adults of the dangers of venereal diseases, specifically syphilis.Wild parties, lesbianism, and premarital sex are some of the forms of madness portrayed.

billion a year.

As leading health journalist Ray ­Moynihan puts it, it’s all part of the drive by drug ­companies to ‘expand the patient pool’ by ‘creating ­markets for ­lifestyle drugs’ for both men and women.

Sex Madness (1938) is an exploitation film directed by Dwain Esper, along the lines of Reefer Madness, supposedly to warn teenagers and young adults of the dangers of venereal diseases, specifically syphilis.

Wild parties, lesbianism, and premarital sex are some of the forms of madness portrayed.

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