Viagra for Women

Viagra is the most common medication for erectile dysfunction in men. It contains helpful ingredients, sildenafil which works by relaxing the muscles of the blood vessels making blood to flow smoothly thus elevating the issue of dysfunction or an erection that does not last long. Men in the UK mostly use the drug, but lately, it has been approved to be used by women.

How does it function in women?

Even after its approval as a safe medication for women, there has not been any proof that the pill has any sexual arousal effects in women. Although there have been some facts supporting that Viagra may increase sexual arousal for women, it is different with the way it works for men since sexual function in men works differently from women.

Men mostly experience erection issues, and Viagra helps solve their problem by increasing blood flow to the penis. It also increases sexual stimulation which allows the man to sustain an erection for a long time to have satisfying sexual intimacy. There haven’t been reports on how the medication affects women or how it works to help them. There are therefore some uncertainties on whether it is safe for use by women or not. Women do not need to have an erection to enjoy sex, and therefore there are no motives of suggesting that Viagra helps in solving sexual dysfunction in women or any sexual problems caused by psychological reasons. Such issues are better solved through counseling or therapy. Viagra works by increasing blood flow which in turn enhances sexual stimulation and libido and therefore there is no reason to believe that it has any positive effects when used by women.

How does Viagra affect women?

There are no exact known effects of Viagra on women as some people believe that when taken, it increases blood flow to the female sex organs and this enhances their sexual pleasure. This theory has not been proven, and it is still under research.

A research was done by the UCLA Female Sexual Medical Center in Law about how Viagra reacted in women and whether it increases their sexual pleasure. The researchers reported that Viagra enhanced sexual pleasure for the first trials. However, there have not been any conclusions on the same, and further studies showed that those results were not accurate and may have been as a result of chance. Also, there are no proves showing that Viagra has any adverse effects or any long-term effects on the female body.

What is female Viagra (Lady Era)?

Currently, many websites are advertising Viagra for women, and many females want to know more about it and how it works. The fact is that there has not been any license for the medication. The term is only used to market some herbal supplements designed to increase libido in women. The medicines are however unlicensed, illegal and have some potentially toxic ingredients. There is no evidence that the supplement elevates sexual dysfunction in men or women.

It is wise to be cautious before buying any online medication as it could be a fraud which could put your health at risk.