Worried that the “female Viagra” could work too well? (Photo via Gabriel Delgado / Wikimedia Commons).
Women looking to get their freak back may soon be able to pop a new breed of lust drug: Lybrido.
But scientists developing the desire pill sometimes called “female Viagra” confided in one writer an unusual worry. They fear the libido-booster may work too well.
(And the problem with that is …?)
Journalist Daniel Bergner, whose story on the still-being-developed wonder drug was published last week in the New York Times Magazine, says researchers worry about creating an orgasm-hungry nympho. Yeah, the author expressed surprise at that, too.
“More than one adviser to the industry told me that companies worried about the prospect that their study results would be too strong, that the F.D.A. would reject an application out of concern that a chemical would lead to female excesses, crazed binges of infidelity, societal splintering,” Bergner writes.
For the rest of the story: http://blog.sfgate.com/hottopics/2013/05/29/scientists-fear-female-libido-booster-too-effective/