Recently1 we demonstrated a delay
in effect of sublingual testosterone on both physiological and subjective
sexual arousal in women. The delay for these effects was approximately 4 hours.
We suggested that under the condition of testosterone administration, there
were increases in physiological sexual responding during successive measures,
and that the increase in subjective sexual excitement resulted from a heightened
awareness of these alterations in genital arousal.
Tuiten A, van Honk J, Verbaten R, Laan E, Everaerd W, Stam H. Can Sublingual Testosterone Increase Subjective and Physiological Measures of Laboratory-Induced Sexual Arousal? Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2002;59(5):465–466. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.59.5.465
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