The first drug designed to boost a woman’s sex drive was given the green light Thursday by a government advisory panel, which recommended that the pill be approved by the Food and Drug Administration, but only with certain safety restrictions.
The Food and Drug Administration has a message for older men: Just because your testosterone level has dipped as you age doesn’t mean you need to take testosterone replacement drugs. In fact, the drugs could increase your risk of heart problems.
For older men who suspect their flagging energy and sex drive might be due to low testosterone, or "low T," as commercials and advertisements call it, getting a prescription for testosterone gel seems to be an easy way to put the spring back in their step.
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