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What Would Happen If Your Wife Takes Your Viagra?

Sometimes by accident or intentionally women decide to experiment with a “male” pill — Viagra. My Canadian Pharmacy decided to give a detailed answer to one of the most frequently asked questions from our regular male customers.

To cut the long story short, Viagra can be taken by women without any harm for their health, but there are certain categories of women who should avoid using it. In other words, there are particular side effects that Viagra may cause in individual cases. Let’s figure out how male Viagra impacts a female body after taking 1 pill.

What effect does Viagra provide on a male body?

When Viagra — a drug that enhances male potency — appeared at the international pharmaceutical markets some women also became interested in its effects. They bravely took this drug, despite the fact that mechanisms of arousal of men and women are totally different.

The active ingredient of this drug is Sildenafil. Its main action is to enhance blood circulation to a male reproductive organ. Sildenafil ensures a good and relatively long blood flow to the cavernous body of a penis. This is how erection naturally appears even if a man experienced differences with getting it without taking Viagra pills.

Viagra is not a panacea. Famous blue pills are not capable of curing erectile dysfunction, even if you use the drug systematically (though Viagra is mostly recommended for occasional use). However, within a few hours after taking the medicine, a man will be able to have a full-fledged sexual intercourse with a normal erection lasting up to 4 hours.

In spite of many misconceptions, Viagra is not a purely “male” drug. There are no hormonal substances in its composition. That’s why theoretically women can use this drug too, without any harm to their health.

Viagra and its effects on a female reproductive system

Viagra does not enhance desire in women. It doesn’t work the same way as it does with male’s sexual organs. In a case of female asexuality or impotence increased blood pressure does not make the woman feel more attracted to her sexual partner or let her experience an orgasm. Still women buy this drug because it may help to improve libido.

Let’s suppose a woman took one Viagra pill. In about 30 minutes after taking it a powerful flow of blood goes to her pelvis, actively saturates the uterine walls and fallopian tubes with oxygen. This has a very positive effect on maturation and passage of eggs — an important stage for a successful conception of a baby.

Increased fluid pressure facilitates the work of woman’s excretory system. A large amount of natural lubricant appears in a vagina — which is also great for women going through a menopausal period. Standard Viagra can improve sensitivity of female organs and prolong the satisfaction from a whole sexual intercourse in some women.

Viagra is aimed at increasing a blood flow to the cavernous body of a male penis. But if woman’s orgasm is initiated in the clitoris, Viagra can also help because it improves the blood flow (if it is a real physiological problem why a woman can’t have an orgasm).

What ladies actually can benefit from taking Viagra pills?

There are several categories who should take Viagra because this drug actually help them. First of all, these are the women who are going through a menopausal period. Together with the hormonal system, they lose not only sexual desire, but also the blood flow in a uterus — it no longer carries any nutrients. After taking Viagra, such a woman feels that she is “there” as if everything is burning with fire, a lubricant appears in her vagina, and despite the years, a lady is again ready to have sexual contact with her partner.

Similar sensations after taking the drug will experience a woman who has gone through a hysterectomy — removal of a uterus. Moreover, for such ladies Viagra will be a real panacea. The absence of a uterus usually leads to the fact that in women the blood supply to the ovaries, which feed from the uterine vessels, is deteriorating.

This provokes the onset of menopause much earlier than that of unsterilized peers. Viagra will help the ovaries to be actively saturated with oxygen, and they will be able to function much longer, producing such female hormones necessary for life and beauty.

Thanks to the same mechanisms, Viagra will help women who have diabetes. Insulin reduces the production of its own female hormones, and this, in turn, has a negative effect on sexual desire. Accordingly, men suffering from diabetes, their intimate life can save only Viagra.

However, no matter how good this drug is, it cannot be used more than once a day. It is also worth remembering that everyone who has high blood pressure should not take Viagra, unless he or she wants to get a stroke. And to increase the intimate desire of women, there are other specialized drugs, and they are very effective for obtaining orgasmic sensations.

Is Female Viagra (Viagra for Women) true or fiction?

Everyone knows that Viagra was developed by Pfizer for the treatment of erectile dysfunction that can happen only to men. The success of Viagra immediately led to the need to develop a similar drug for women, female Viagra. Pfizer has repeatedly explained the use of conventional Viagra for women that Viagra was developed exclusively for men and does not imply any effect when used by women.

Let’s compare now the so-called female Viagra with the male Viagra in terms of price. While the differences of drugs are only in the color of the tablet, the double difference in price looks rather strange, doesn’t it? Female Viagra tablet costs about $5, and a similar tablet for men costs about $2. And if you buy more than 10 tablets, the price can be more beneficial for you, at least, with great deals offered at My Canadian Pharmacy.