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Female Viagra Intrinsa testosterone patch may increase risk of breast cancer

female-viagra-boosts-older-womens-sex-driveWomen who have had their womb and ovaries removed due to menopause or on HRT (hormone replacement therapy ), will have low sex drive. In order to have a happy lifestyle or better sex life to regain confidence, they will need to rely on female Viagra.

One of the so called female Viagras is a kind of patch, called Intrinsa, which is to be patched on a woman’s belly to increase the testosterone level in her body to boost her sex drive. Study shows that a woman who’s had this patch on, will have increased number of times of having sex in a month. The result was 5 times in a month with the Intrinsa patch on compared to only 3 times a month without the patch.

The Intrinsa patch was out back in 2007 and got the approval in European countries but still pending for approval in the United States. The concern is that the Intrinsa patch could possibly cause higher cancer risk in old women due to increased amount of testosterone. A 2-year study over a number of women seems to have shown that higher risk of breast cancer for women wearing the Intrinsa patch. This is really bad news for old women who wish to enjoy better sex life with their male partners.

So, the best is to say “no no” to the Intrinsa patch, seek for some other alternatives to regain your sex drive. As you don’t wanna risk your life, but maybe some would do so just for the few moments of orgasm in a month.

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