Two experimental drugs that could boost sexual desire and arousal in women are at the center of research in Seattle and elsewhere."I think it's an important problem. We have baby boomers who are not willing to throw in the towel whether it is long-distance running or an active sex life," said Researcher Dr. Robin Kroll.A woman's reduced libido is an important problem, but also an intensely personal one."I love my husband. He is more laid back than me. We get along great," one 36-year-old woman talking on the condition of anonymity said.For the woman, who was trying one of the drugs through a clinical trial, she wrote ABC in a letter "about seven years ago, I noticed that my interest in sex seemed to fade, and it has more or less gone away. Our intimate encounters are about once a month now, and it used to be more than once a week! I hope I can fix it.""Yes, relationships do break up over this. Families do break up," said Dr. Arif Kahn, of Northwest Clinical Research Center.
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