Zestra has been established — in two clinical trials — to increase a woman’s feelings of desire and arousal.
Results from the first clinical trial – a small pilot study of women with and without sexual issues — were published in 2003 by the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy. In 2007, a large clinical trial was conducted at 13 leading sexual health centers across the US. Results of this large-scale study were published in 2010.
What you and your patients need to know:
- Zestra is hormone-free and paraben-free.
- Zestra has no reported interactions with any medications.
- Zestra is harmless if ingested.
- Zestra should not be used by women who have a known allergy to any of its ingredients.
- Zestra should NOT be used with latex condoms. Zestra is safe to use with polyurethane condoms ONLY.
- Zestra should not be used by pregnant or lactating women, or women who are trying to conceive.
- Zestra should not be used by women with any type of vaginal infection, lesion, laceration or irritation.