Increase libido in women
The not-so-sexy truth:
In the past decade, researchers have found that hormonal contraceptives–including the Pill, the Patch, and the vaginal ring–can dampen how often women want, think about, and even respond to sexual stimulation. And an online Women’s Health poll backs that up: It found that 36 percent of woman firmly believe the Pill muffles their mojo.
Unfortunately, no official stats are available on how prevalent this problem really is. When asked to estimate how many of their patients on the Pill have suffered a blow to their libido, doctors’ answers range from 10 percent to 40 percent–though some sexual-health specialists argue that 40 percent is a lot closer to reality.
The phenomenon may be underestimated because many docs simply aren’t clued in to the, well, ins and outs of their patients’ sex lives. “Sex drive is not a subject most doctors are comfortable discussing, because it’s not something they learn about in detail in medical school,” says Irwin Goldstein, M.D., director of sexual medicine at Alvarado Hospital in San Diego. And while some European countries, including Germany, list decreased desire as a side effect on birth-control packages, there are no printed warnings about it in the United States.
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