Scientists discover the kiss hormone helps women orgasm better
The study's author Professor Julie Bakker from Liege University, Belgium, said to the Daily Mail, "There are no good treatments available for women suffering from low sexual desire. The discovery that kisspeptin controls both attraction and sexual desire opens up exciting new possibilities for the development of treatments for low sexual desire."
The disorder is believed to affect up to 40 per cent of women at some point in their lives in the US and UK. With 5-15 per cent suffering perpetually.
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