'Female Viagra' finally approved, could make you faint
1) The FDA finally approved Addyi - better known as female Viagra - and low-libido women across the nation rejoiced. Billed as the first prescription drug for treating the female sex drive, the "little pink pill' had twice been rejected by the FDA for its underwhelming effectiveness and concerning side effects. What exactely are those side effects? Fainting, mostly, when mixed with alcohol.
2) Addyi's side effects are so severe that the drug will carry a "boxed warning," the most serious type of warning mandated by the FDA. Consequently, consumer watchdog group Public Citizen predicts that Addyi will be yanked from the market "within a few years" due to its harmful side effects.
3) Is Addyi the real deal? Or a real danger?
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