Mad scientists have been hard at work trying to develop a sex-drive-enhancement drug for women ever since those wily old coots emerged nearly 15 years ago with a little blue pill called Viagra. Interestingly enough, it appears as if science is no match for men dedicated to breeding a society full of hornier women, because those fiends have done it.

The drug is called Tefina. However, unlike with Viagra, women will not have to subject themselves to taking a pill before they start feeling all tingly inside. That is because the geniuses at Monash University in Australia say they have developed Tefina in the form of a nasal spray and it has a success rate of boosting the sex drive in about one out of every three women.

Researchers say that even though Tefina is a testosterone gel, it will not produce any adverse side effects like bad skin, body or facial hair, or a deepened voice. Tefina is designed to increase the frequency of orgasm in pre-menopausal women with sexual dysfunction or anorgasmia.

"We anticipate the treatment will work like Viagra for women," said lead researcher Professor Susan Davis of the Women's Health Group. "Rather than a long-term, therapy-based approach, this drug can be taken when a woman anticipates sexual activity. We have previously shown that for women with low sexual interest, testosterone therapy not only improves sexual desire and arousal, but also enhances a woman's ability to reach orgasm.”

Clinical trials are currently set to take place in the United States and Canada after the trials in Australia are complete.

[Medical Daily]