treat women's arousal problems, but according to Pfizer it doesn't work any better than a placebo. The women on TV programs in Britain were quite happy with the effect of Viagra, but the placebo-effect can work in up to 30% of trial participants.
of a new "disease" of Female Sexual Dysfunction. It was a very negative program, under-representative of women who feel that they have some species of dysfunction, and concentrating on the drug industry as the villains in creating a new market based on nothing.
It seems most unlikely that they'd do a similarly negative program regarding the various assistances for men regarding the difficulties arising from age, prostate surgery, high blood pressure, and side effects of medications.
It wouldn't surprise me that women would suffer similar difficulties as men do (except of course for prostate problems) of stress and difficulty relaxing in this over-stimulated world we live in and various forms of drug side-effects.
A really disappointing program about a legitimate question.