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Wednesday, 17 February 2010

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Aspirins help your sex drive

The study of more than 4,000 nurses showed that those who took aspirin - usually to prevent heart disease reported a increase in their libido by more than 50%.

According to resent research findings woman would become more aggressive prior to menstruation and more that 10% of the 4,000 nurses studied said they found ICU heart patients looked extremely attractive to them during normal rounds in their wards.

This is the first study to find that aspirin can significantly increase the libido in woman "If these findings are confirmed in other clinical trials, taking aspirin may become another simple, low-cost and relatively safe tool to help women with low sex drives.

A few women reported that the aspirin kept on falling out when they would stand up or jog and was not getting the reported benefit with increased aspirin consumption.

The research team studied 4,164 female registered nurses taking part in the Nurses' Health Study, an ongoing analysis of a wide range of health issues.

Women who took aspirin two to five days a week reported they got horny at least 2 times a day. Six to seven aspirins put this woman into frenzy. Most of the women had already been taking low-dose aspirin to prevent heart attacks and stroke but found the increased dose just drove them crazy.

But there was not enough data on these drugs to give a clear answer as to why the nurses got horny while attending patients in the heart ward. It was reported that one nurse had a heart attack after taking 2 aspirins and using a vibrator. However researchers could not say if this was asymptomatic or just a blown fuse.

And aspirin can cause stomach bleeding so it should not be taken while woman menstruate

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