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Bumps May Grind Female Sex Pill's Sales

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While privately held Sprout Pharmaceuticals has insisted one in every 10 American women have hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) – meaning there could potentially be several million eligible for the firm's newly approved female sex pill Addyi (flibanserin) – the roadblocks the FDA has thrown up in front of the product could potentially damage its sales, no matter how much hype has revolved around it.

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