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Flibanserin 04 Dec 2009
Do women want a  female version of Viagra?

A female version of Viagra is now said to be in the pipeline. In trials the drug Flibanserin appears to work wonders in perking up women’s sex drive. It could be approved for use in this country by 2011. But is Flibanserin all good news, how much might it genuinely help women improve their sex lives? Sex psychologist, Dr Petra Boynton and agony aunt, Katharine Whitehorn join Jenni to discuss whether women should and would welcome their own equivalent of Viagra.
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