Female sexual dysfunction (FSD) What is FSAD?
Millions of women struggle to reach or maintain a sufficient physical response to sexual stimulation - a condition known as female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD). FSAD is not a lack of sexual desire - rather, women with FSAD have normal levels of sexual desire but just have difficulty becoming or staying aroused.

If you qualify and choose to join the Study, you will be seen by a local women’s health specialist and will receive all study-related care and study medication at no cost. You will also be compensated for your time and travel.

To qualify you must**
  • be a POSTmenopausal woman, 40 to 65 years inclusive;
  • have had a hysterectomy (with or without ovaries removed). We will test menopausal status with FSH lab draw;
  • have had sexual activity at least two times each month during the last 6 months and agree to have sexual activity at least two times each month for the duration of the study. Sexual activity can include any activity that may result in sexual stimulation or sexual pleasure
  • have experienced ‘normal’ past sexual function 
  • be otherwise generally healthy or stable on medications
**Study staff will ask a list of qualification criteria.These represent a few .

Qualified participants receive reimbursement for time/travel.
For  more information or to see if you qualify, please complete the section below to confidentially submit your contact information. Our study is being conducted by area Gynecologists - physicians who specialize in the field of female sexual dysfunction.
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Why Participate?

FSAD is a common condition that makes it difficult for women to reach or maintain sexual arousal. Doctors at select centers throughout the US are studying an investigational medication. If you qualify and choose to join the Study, you will receive:

  • Evaluations from a local women’s health specialist (Gynecologist)
  • Study-related care and study medication at no cost (health insurance is not required)
  • Compensation up to $600 for your time and travel to attend study visits (6-7 visits over an approximate 20 week period)
  • The opportunity to help advance FSAD research to potentially benefit other women suffering from FSAD