Viagra is a very popular erectile-dysfunction drug, which is used to enhance sexual performance in men. While Viagra has not been recommended for use by women, research shows that the drug has some very useful effects on sexual problems faced by women.
Viagra’s Effect On Women
A recent survey conducted on a group of women shows that more than forty percent of women falling in the age group of thirty to forty seven, experience various forms of sexual dysfunction.This survey claims that like men, Viagra for women will have far reaching effects on the sexual problems of women.
To ascertain Viagra’s effect on women, 202 women were tested for results after they used Viagra for the same periods of time. The age groups of the women varied from thirty to seventy.
The analysis mainly focused on any noteworthy change in vaginal sensation or clitoris at the time of intercourse and the effects of Viagra in making foreplay and the process of intercourse more pleasurable than before. The concluding results on the above research were very encouraging.
Benefits Of Using Viagra By Women
Suffering From FSAD
Women suffering from FSAD or ‘Female Sexual Arousal Disorder’ found the use of Viagra beneficial. FSAD is a sexual disorder symptom in which the victim fails to achieve ‘orgasm’ or advance further into the usual phases of sexual awakening.
The main cause of the disorder has been the hindrance of proper blood flow to the genitals and absence of expected secretion of lubricants by the sex glands. FSAD makes sexual intercourse very painful. Most of the patients suffering from this syndrome, reported a marked increase in their sexual desire and foreplay after using Viagra. The discomfort of an intercourse was also reduced to a great extent.
How Does Viagra Work In Women?
Viagra works by enhancing the flow of blood to the reproductive parts of both men and women. This heightens sensitivity and stimulation of the sexual organs.Women have reported increased sexual desire,vaginal lubrication and more passionate orgasms after they used Viagra.
The survey also shows that women who are taking antidepressants or are being treated for depression due to various physical and psychological problems, feel better after taking Viagra. It acts as a stimulant. In case of a physical disability, the body loses its natural ability to function properly, and Viagra restores this ability of the body causing stimulation and sexual desire.
The effect of Viagra in women is comparatively less than that on men. Researchers believe that the cause might be more psychological than physiological.
While men get sexually aroused and get to satisfy themselves whenever they need to, women are projected as being the submissive, and hence cannot enjoy the same liberty as men.Thus women, who are always forced to have a low sex desire than men, cannot be effectively helped with Viagra.
While Viagra’s effect on women has been mostly beneficial, a small portion of women using the sex stimulant have reported side effects of nausea and vomiting.