The Female Sexual Response: Current Models, Neurobiological Underpinnings and Agents Currently Approved or Under Investigation for the Treatment of Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder

Kingsberg SA, Clayton AH and Pfaus JG, 2015 – New studies suggest that healthy female sexual function relies on the interaction of both the body and the brain. Various brain pathways and associated neurochemicals are involved in the rewards associated with sexual activity, as well as the excitement and inhibition of sexual responses.