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Byline: Linda H. Lamb
COLUMBIA, S.C. _ Testosterone makes the man, but what does it do for the woman?
Gets her sex life simmering faster than the best paperback romance novel, advocates say.
Or poses unnecessary health risks to address sex-drive problems that probably aren't even hormonal to start with, critics say.
The Food and Drug Administration recently came down on the side of caution. An FDA panel decided more study was needed before Intrinsa, the first testosterone patch for women, could be approved for the U.S. market.
But some women are not waiting for a federal seal of approval. With their doctors' blessing, they are …