Viagra is a famous male pill for fighting erectile dysfunction. Millions of men around the world take it. But what happens if a woman takes a blue pill?

The Main Active Substance of the Drug and Its Principle of Action

The original active ingredient of Viagra–sildenafil–was obtained in the process of developing a drug to improve cardiac circulation and treat angina and coronary heart disease.

In sildenafil tests, it was found that the drug most pronouncedly affected the pelvic organs, including the male penis.

However, when used, the drug only increases the natural blood flow, that is, it acts as long as there is a natural arousal.

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Therefore, if a girl or woman takes pink Viagra, the drug will increase blood circulation in the genital area and a rush of blood to the cavernous bodies of the clitoris, but will not ensure the occurrence of sexual desire.

At the same time, the flow of blood will contribute to the natural release of lubricant and also enhance the excitation of the clitoris, which improves sensations during sexual intercourse.

The Use of Sildenafil by Women in Medical Practice

Currently, the market of sexual dysfunction medications is much wider for men. There are a small number of female drugs, but they are usually intended for patients in the menopausal period (Elleste belongs to this group of medicines).

These agents represent hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and have a narrow range of indications and a specific target audience.

At the same time, there are few drugs that can be used to treat sexual dysfunctions, regardless of age.

Therefore, sometimes doctors prescribe male Viagra to women.

This is due to the fact that recent studies, more focused on female pleasure, have shown that both women’s clitoris and labia have the same phosphodiesterase 5 as the cavernous body of the penis.

The conclusion of research, in particular Nurnberg (2008), is that the effect of sildenafil (i.e. the main component of Viagra) on the female body was similar to that of men. This may be the key to solving female libidinal problems much faster than antidepressant-like serotonin receptor agonists (about 5 years ago, American manufacturers released a serotonin-affecting drug flibanserin designed to treat premenopausal hypolibidemia).

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Conclusion

In conclusion, it should be noted that today there is not a single drug in the world with proven effectiveness that can significantly increase sexual desire in women.

Everything that is sold on the Internet and advertised is a hoax. Female satisfaction depends more on the mental state. Flowers, courtship, etc. are necessary for creating the mood.

However, if there are problems with arousal (that is lack of libido), Viagra can help women.

There are even special versions of this medication for ladies such as Lovegra and Pink Viagra.

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