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THE NEW YORK TIMES! WE CAN’T BELIEVE THAT ZESTRA IS IN THE NEW YORK TIMES !!!!!!!

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Posted 10:27 am, November 30th, 2009

by Rachel Braun Scherl and Mary W. Jaensch

Well, we have tried to tell literally everyone we know, but in case you haven’t heard – Zestra was in the New York Times Sunday Styles Section yesterday, November 29, 2009.  The Generation B article, In Search of Their Own Elixir of Love, was written by Michael Winerip.  A Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist, Mike Winerip wrote a thoughtful piece about the challenges in sexual relationships when Viagra and different interest levels intersect.  Dr. Susan Kellogg, one of the most caring doctors we have ever met, discussed great success recommending Zestra to her patients.  And several women with real needs and desires, described how Zestra® helped to change their intimate lives. As we like to say with Zestra, “It is low risk, with a potentially spectacular reward.”   Based on the calls, letters and orders we are getting, many women are finding the very same thing.

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Zestra in the New York Times

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Posted 12:05 pm, November 29th, 2009

by admin

Generation B
In Search of Their Own Elixir of Love

Photo Illustration by The New York Times; Photo by Dorling Kindsersley/Getty Images

Photo Illustration by The New York Times; Photo by Dorling Kindsersley/Getty Images

By Michael Winerip
Published: November 27, 2009

PHILADELPHIA
CHARLOTTE McLAUGHLIN was married for 35 wonderful years. “He was the only partner in my life, a terrific guy,” said Ms. McLaughlin, a retired cosmetics consultant. But in 2001, her husband, Bill, died of heart disease at 60, and to help cope with the loss, Ms. McLaughlin, who was in her 50s, began taking an antidepressant.

Then in 2004 she met another terrific guy, a 65-year-old widower named Sanford, and felt an attraction, though she worried about keeping up. Antidepressants can inhibit sex drive. “I was afraid of pain at my age, after three or four years of not having … you know, relations.”

So Ms. McLaughlin did what a lot of middle-aged women here do when they are not ready to give up on sex. She visited the Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute, which treats about 200 women a week, mostly from the Philadelphia-New York City corridor, but some from as far away as Canada, South America and Britain. Half the patients seen by the staff of 20 are boomer women. A lot have husbands and boyfriends who’ve been given a recharge via Viagra or even a penile implant, and, as Ms. McLaughlin said, “We need something, too.”

Read the full article:

In Search of Their Own Elixir of Love
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/29/fashion/29genb.html?pagewanted=all

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