Table 1 Fast facts about flibanserin Brand name: Addyi Indication: Hypoactive sexual desire disorder
Approval date: August 2015 Availability date: October 2015 Manufacturer: Sprout Pharmaceuticals Dosing forms: 100 mg tablets Recommended dosage: 100 mg at bedtime Table 2 Results of clinical trials evaluating efficacy of flibanserin Study 1 Study 2 Flibanserin Placebo Flibanserin Placebo (n = 280) (n = 290) (n = 365) (n = 372) Number of satisfying sexual events (per 28 days) Baseline (mean) 3.
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Caption: The panel voted 18-6 in favor of flibanserin for hypoactive sexual desire disorder
They were individually assessed by clinical interview, and met the DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for hypoactive sexual desire disorder
(American Psychiatric Association, 1994).
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(HSDD) in pre-menopausal women.
Bupropion sustained release for the treatment of hypoactive sexual desire disorder
in premenopausal women.
At a joint meeting of two Food and Drug Administration advisory panels in June, members of the Bone, Reproductive and Urologic Drugs Advisory Committee and the Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee voted 18-6 that the overall benefit-risk profile of flibanserin supported approval for treating hypoactive sexual desire disorder
(HSDD) in premenopausal women, provided that certain risk management options beyond labeling were implemented.
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The study, which was presented at the annual conference of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in Denver, Colorado, involved 19 women diagnosed with hypoactive sexual desire disorder
and seven women with normal sexual drive.
1,2) Among these is hypoactive sexual desire disorder
(HSDD), a condition that causes marked distress and interpersonal difficulties.
The first step in treating hypoactive sexual desire disorder
is to identify causes that can be treated.
ABSTRACT: This study addressed two issues concerning the clinical and theoretical relevance of depression to hypoactive sexual desire disorder
(HSD): (a) whether reliable differences among depressed, mildly depressed, and non-depressed women with HSD could be identified; and (b) whether depression influenced participation in or outcome following orgasm consistency training (OCT).