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October 7 2012 1 07 /10 /October /2012 08:53

More than 50 million women in the world experience some type of sexual dysfunction.

The most common sexual disorders are classified into two main groups: orgasmic dysfunctions, which are related to the difficulty in reaching orgasm and the total absence of it; and those disorders associated with lack of sexual arousal. Both diseases are quite common and there are many women afflicted by these.

 

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Viagra, a well-known drug for the treatment of  male sexual dysfunction, is no longer a purely male sexual stimulant. It has become a highly effective drug for both sexes, men and women, helping to reach a more pleasant and bright intimate life. 

 

Viagra is useful in women who have difficulty reaching orgasm (anorgasmia). Viagra for women does not affect the brain, but acts exclusively in the corpora cavernosa of the clitoris, producing there a vasodilation, which increases the likelihood of friction and therefore makes it possible to orgasm. It increases blood flow to the genital area, increases the sensation of warmth, tingling and fullness.

Female Viagra starts working within 15-30 minutes after ingestion, and its duration is up to a few hours.

 

In case of sexual dysfunction in women who have never achieved an orgasm in entire life or have had serious trouble reaching it, Viagra may not bring satisfactory results. This sexual dysfunctions should be treated with psychological support.

However, in case of  sexual dysfunctions in women who until recently performed fine, and some specific problems led to stopping having orgasms Viagra does work well. 

 

Female Viagra side effects are the same as in male Viagra, as it is the same drug with the same chemical structure and mechanism of work. Viagra cannot be administered to pregnant women and women with blood pressure problems and heart failure history.

 

It is important for women to remember that Female Viagra can't overcome mental and emotional barriers to a satisfying sex life.

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