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Endoceutics Puts $300 Million into Intimacy-Enhancing Vaginorm for Women

 - Oct 10, 2010
References: endoceutics & bit.ly
You've heard of Viagra for men, but what about the pink Viagra for women called Vaginorm? This pill for women is meant to solve female sexual dysfunction. Discovered by Quebec City-based Endoceutics, $300 million was invested into research to produce this little pink pill.

Vaginorm does not work in the same way as Viagra, however. During use, the woman inserts the pill into her, um, hoo-ha. The pill liquifies immediately and treats dryness. I suppose it was only a matter of time before something like Vaginorm would be created for women.