Scientists discover the kiss hormone helps women orgasm better
The 'kiss hormone' which fuels libido could help women achieve better orgasms. The 'kiss hormone' is kisspeptin affects puberty and fertility, but new research shows that it could help women with extremely low sex drives, or hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD).
While testosterone is known to help women with this disorder it has 'male' side effects, including facial hair and a deeper voice. However, kisspeptin's side-effects are unknown.
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