Mostly because I am unsure what the speaker means when they say a”female Viagra” and I am pretty certain they don’t understand what they mean !


If you mean you are searching for something that will attract a woman’s blood into her clitoral and vaginal region in precisely the same manner that Viagra does for men, you have to look no more. Viagra, good old Viagra (the exact same blue pill the men take) will do exactly the same thing for women. Ta-da. You found that the female Viagra.

However, I suspect many people mean something quite different when they use the expression. I think they are looking for a pill which can make sex”much better” for ladies. However, what does this mean cialis?

It could mean some of these:

1. I am looking for a pill that will make a lady aroused when she’s having sex.

2. I am looking for a pill that will make a woman wish to have intercourse.

3. I am looking for a pill that will help a lady have a better orgasm.

4. I’m searching for a pill which will make women less inhibited when they’re having sex.

Viagra does only one thing for guys: make it feasible to have a difficult and strong erection by allowing blood flow to the penis. Powerful blood circulation to the genitals is stimulation for girls, too. So we’ve got an answer to #1!

If a guy has a low libido, or can’t have an orgasm, chances are Viagra will do little to nothing for him. And the same is true for women. It is just that with guys, the endocrine is such a critical and visible element to sex that it feels just like having an erection signifies all apparent problems are solved. For these men, problems with orgasm or desire will need additional medical intervention and the same holds for girls.

I am aware that it is actually hard to believe, but there are lots of women out there who get aroused easily and also have great orgasms and still find their desire unbelievably low. Additionally, there are girls who are dying to have intercourse, but their bodies simply don’t get aroused by normal stimuli. And there are girls, who want to have sex, get turned on and can not have an orgasm. And we all know women who need sex, get turned on, have climaxes but just can’t appear to feel comfortable using their spouse see them nude. What a complex group we are.

I guess what I am trying to say is that a”one size fits all,” medicine is only a pipe dream rather than realistic in regards to women. (Honestly, I do not think it’s so realistic when we are talking about guys either – and Viagra is often seen as a panacea it’s not –but that’s a subject for a different newsletter.)

What I am searching for, just if anyone is interested… is lots of”Viagras;” that is, many distinct solutions – medical, pharmaceutical, hormonal, behavioral and psychological – which will deal with varied elements of women’s sexuality. Once those solutions exist, you are only going to need a professional savvy enough to know when to use each one.

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