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Quick laser blast ‘can boost a woman’s sex drive and increase number of orgasms’


A QUICK blast with a laser can boost a woman’s sex drive, scientists say.

Experts found a painless five-minute zap increased libido and the number of orgasms.

Scientists claim a quick blast with a laser can boost a woman's sex drive

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Scientists claim a quick blast with a laser can boost a woman’s sex driveCredit: Getty – Contributor
The 'fractional CO2 laser' involves rotating the device in the vagina, sending pulses of heat to tissue

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The ‘fractional CO2 laser’ involves rotating the device in the vagina, sending pulses of heat to tissue

Around one in three British women have a low libido.

The “fractional CO2 laser” involves rotating the device in the vagina, sending pulses of heat to tissue.

It causes tiny wounds that trigger collagen production and boost blood flow.

The study, in 50 older women, compared regular hormonal cream with three laser sessions, which cost from £1,000.

It found sexual desire soared by 45 per cent and arousal by 56 per cent with the laser.

The cream scores only went up 30 per cent and 27 per cent.

Post-laser satisfaction also rose by 40 per cent, with orgasms up 46 per cent, reported the Journal of Lasers in Medical Sciences.

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London GP Dr Suren Naidoo said: “Menopausal women troubled by dryness are not always willing to take HRT. Finally we have a real solution.”

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