A hormone-based pill, which at the same time helps increase libido and reduce appetite, was developed by a team of British researchers, according to a study cited by bbc.co.uk. The team of researchers from the Medical Research Council for Human Reproduction in Edinburgh, coordinated by Professor Robert Millar, created this medicine based on the properties of a type 2 gonadotrophin-releasing hormone.
"This hormone is distributed in the brain in areas that influence reproductive behavior," Millar said. The drug has the property to influence the release of this hormone. But psychologists believe that this drug will not affect women whose libido is low due to problems with the couple.
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May 2, 2007