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The decrease or absence sexual desire and arousal is the alteration of the sexual sphere that women most commonly refer to in adulthood and old age. Many women can refer a decrease or absence of desire and / or arousal without having the disorder typified in the DSM-5, but that can cause discomfort, worry and relationship problems in their day to day. Libicare® is a food supplement whose ingredients could have positive effects on the improvement of sexual function in women with low desire and arousal levels. The main ingredients of Libicare® are:
- Trigonella Foenum-graecum (Trigonella) (1)
- Tribulus Terrestris (Tribulus) (2)
- Turnera Diffusa (Damiana) (3)
The main objective is to describe the effectivity of LIBICARE® in the improvement of desire and sexual arousal in women between 45 and 65 years old, in real life.
The secondary objectives of the study are:
- Evaluation of the every domain of the EVAS-M scale during the study period
- Assessment of the safety of LIBICARE® by collecting serious and non-serious adverse events during the study treatment.
- Evaluation of patient satisfaction with treatment
- Therapeutic compliance.
- Study of the hormonal variation in relation to the values of total testosterone, free testosterone and SHBG.
- To evaluate the range of utility of the EVAS-M scale
Female Sexual Dysfunction
Patients' data (baseline characteristics, clinical and outcomes) from routine care visits
Not yet recruiting
Procare Health Iberia S.L.
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-18T11:21:46-0400
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