All you Need to Know About Viagra and its Uses

Viagra Femminile stimulates the sexual desire of female. Flibanserin is the first female Viagra approved by FDA, and it is used for the treatment of female condition named as hypoactive sexual desire disorder or HSDD which is caused by libido disorders. The US FDA approved the drug for women with low sexual desire. Initially, though, this drug was developed as an antidepressant.

Original Viagra

Viagra is a drug that was developed by Pfizer for treatment of hypertension or high blood pressure and angina pectoris, which is a chest pain caused due to heart disease. In the trials of this medication, researchers found that the drug is very effective in treating erectile dysfunction by inducing an erection. At that time there was a huge demand for drugs for ED, and ED was on the rise. So, Pfizer found this as a finance growing opportunity and in 1998 FDA approved the drug, which is the largest selling ED drugs in the world.

In men, the drug acts like a miracle and gives strong erection throughout the sexual intercourse. The drug falls under PDE inhibitors class. After consuming it, the blood flow increases in the body including the penis, and which in turn gives a strong erection.

Like any other drugs in the market, Viagra has side-effects too.

Side-effects of Viagra

If you are consuming alcohol, you are recommended not to take too much alcohol, because Viagra reacts with alcohol and cause low blood pressure and fainting. Other side-effects include:

  • Stomach upset
  • Nasal congestion
  • Facial flushing
  • A headache

Some people can have changed in color in their vision or blurred vision. Also, they may feel their eyes are more sensitive to light.

People can also face side-effects like bloody urine, cloudy urine, increased urine frequency, bladder pain, indigestion, burning sensation in stomach, stomach tenderness and pain, dizziness, and tingling, though they are not very common.

Amongst the rare side-effects, one can have an abnormal vision, increased size of the pupil, bleeding in the eyes, burning of the eyes, sweating, numbness of the hands, confusion, chills, anxiety, thirsty, chest pain, bone pain, breast enlargement, nightmares, etc.

How should Viagra be taken?

Viagra is recommended to be used under the prescription of a registered doctor or physician. If after taking Viagra, you feel strange or uncomfortable, rush to your doctor or physician immediately.

You are recommended to take 50 mg of Viagra 30 minutes to 45 minutes before sexual activity. You should restrict yourself to one dose per day.

Another usage of Viagra

This is a non-hormonal drug of Viagra and should be taken 30 minutes before bedtime every day. It will start working after intake of four weeks. This Viagra targets the neurotransmitters in the brain that impact sexual responses in a human being. This drug is developed for women with low sexual desires and causes depression or anxiety. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder is the condition of the disease, and it causes the person to suffer low self-esteem. This is a pure psychological drug and changes the brain chemicals which regulates the sexual desire overtime.

If you think this condition isn’t real, well they are very real and women suffering from such condition feels no desire for sex.

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