No Desire for Sex? A New Research Study Might Help
When was the last time you had sex? If it’s been a while, believe us, uou are not alone. Even though this isn’t a subject everyone feels comfortable sharing, we hear from people all the time who tell us that they’re no longer connecting in intimate ways. In fact, some haven’t had sex in months, or years.
Does this describe you? Is this something that is impacting your life and your relationship? There may be reasons beyond simply being too busy or too tired. The research study below may be helpful not just to you, but to others you are suffering from a real medical condition: Decreased sexual desire — Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder, or HSDD. We hope you’ll take a moment to read the information below, act on it for yourself, or share it.
Alison & Tony, Editors & Advisors of Leatherandlaceadvice.com
HSDD is Personal…We Understand!
Decreased sexual desire is a real medical condition known as Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder, or HSDD.
In the past, many women have felt uncomfortable discussing HSDD with doctors, friends or loved ones. However, this common medical condition affects millions.
If you’ve found yourself feeling like so many other women, see if you qualify for the Reconnect Study – a clinical research study evaluating the safety and effectiveness of a take “as needed” investigational medication for women with HSDD.
- You will receive all study-related medical care at no cost.
- You will be seen by a study doctor who understands decreased sexual desire.
- You may be reimbursed for time and travel.
For more information and to see if you qualify: call 1-844-501-0101 (toll free) or visit www.ReconnectStudy.com.
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