The FDA Approved A Shot That Makes Women Horny, Finally

If you’ve ever been with your girlfriend and she’s just not in the mood when you’re willing and ready to go, we feel you. It’s a major bummer and sometimes it’s nobody’s fault. But now there’s a way to give women a boner and all it takes is them sticking themselves with a needle.

The Food and Drug Administration recently approved medication that will raise a woman’s sexual desire with an injection. The new drug, called bremelanotide, is basically like what Viagra is for men, but this time it gets your lady going instead of you.

Before you start getting excited about sticking this to her before sticking it to her, know that like any drug, it’s going to come with some potential side effects, including nausea and vomiting, as well as “reactions” around the injection site. Obviously, your girl should tread carefully and discuss with her physician before administering this stuff.

The other downside is the company that makes this drug, Amag Pharmaceuticals, isn’t saying how much it’s going to cost. If you’ve ever had Viagra, you know you’ll need to pay at least triple digits, unless you get the cheaper — and more dangerous — knockoff brand.

Of course, your woman might not need this medication. You might just be a stunningly handsome, funny, successful, talented, confident, goofy stud who makes her engine run by sight alone. If that’s the case, kudos and we will live vicariously through you for all eternity.

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