Via gra is a well-known sexual stimulant to most of mankind. People who face difficulty in generating and sustaining an erection are usually administered Via gra for the problem. Via gra, when entered in a male’s system, works by increasing blood flow to the penis and maintaining an erection till the effects of the medication wear off. Just as there is a specific form of medication that stimulates men, there are also medicines that stimulate women.
A significant bunch of women in the world suffers from ridiculously low libido, by which I mean sexual desire. This lack of libido is the leading cause of their extreme disinterest in pleasure and sexual interaction. These women can be categorized under the category of FSIAD, also known as Female Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder, also known as HSDD, Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder. Another thing you must be aware of is that FSIAD/HSDD victims are usually females in their premenopausal stages of life. For helping them get out of this sexually lonely ditch, medical researchers came with pills known as Flibanserin (Addyi) and Bremelanotide (Vylessi). These pills work towards a mutual goal, just like Via gra, which is to increase the female’s desire for sexual activity.
What hormones are affected?
In the case of males, it is all about the penis; Vi agra helps get rid of the flaccidity that Erectile Dysfunction patients are victims of. But women, on the other hand, need excitation, activation, and more production of specific hormones that help in exciting them for further sexual activity. The 2 specific hormones are Dopamine and Norepinephrine. When Flibanserin is consumed in the body, these hormonal levels rise, increasing libido and generating a sudden spark of interest in sexual activity.
When an individual gets sexually excited, a message is sent to the brain, indicating this situation. The brain grasps the emotion and tasks itself with a mission to send excitation signals to the genitals – vagina and breasts. This induces greater sensitivity on such body parts due to the reception of the signal in combination with increased blood flow to the genitals, making them more susceptible to sexual excitation.
Coming back to the exciting hormones, Dopamine and Norepinephrine, there are some points you must remember. Keep reading to have an idea of the precise functionality offered by each affected hormone when a female consumes Flibanserin or Bremelanotide.
- Dopamine – This is the hormone that is responsible for inducing a feeling of enjoyment, happiness, and immense satisfaction at random times. One such situation can be during sexual interaction. The neurotransmitter hormone known as dopamine begins to secrete and activate positive emotions in response to sexual stimulation. Dopamine is the molecule behind all the initiation and pleasures attained during intercourse. Irrespective of age, gender, and libido, dopamine will continue to play its role for women when they consume Flibanserin or Bremelanotide.
- Norepinephrine – Flibanserin and Bremelanotide are consumed by women who have a lack of desire to indulge in sexual activity. These medicines are known to correct the hormonal imbalances present in the body. Neurotransmitters that are responsible for affecting a women’s sexual desireneed to be uplifted, activated, and functioning at all times for willing and effective sexual interaction episodes. Norepinephrine functions by increases sexual arousal; getting turned on by your partner does not seem as hard as it would be earlier.
- Serotonin – This is another hormone that is affected by the intake of V iagra-like medication for women, known as Flibanserin (Addyi) and Bremelanotide (Vylessi). High levels of serotonin are known to put a stop and curb a women’s desire to indulge in sexual activity. Due to the consumption of these medicines, the quantity of serotonin is downregulated and, in turn, lifts the leg off the brakes that restrict sexual arousal, increasing libido in the process. Due to this alternative effect on serotonin (as compared to that of dopamine and norepinephrine), Flibanserin and Bremelanotide do the job they were administered to the female form.
What if a woman consumes male Viag ra?
Yes, it does not sound like an ideal situation. There may be some proper prescription for women that assist them in their journey of sexual arousal? What do women who consume male Via gra experience? Does it contribute to effective and reliable results, and is it worth partaking in this journey of experimenting with Viag ra? Keep reading to know more.
Although it is not suggested by a professional that women can have male Via gra, some people anyway go about what they want to do. Multiple studies at the Urology Department at the University of California, Los Angeles, have conducted experiments on women by prescribing them Via gra (Sildenafil Citrate). They made sure of 2 factors, one being that all these subjects are in their post-menopausal phase and the second being, they are victims of FSAD. On successful completion of their analysis, there were positive results.
According to ReliableMedRx, More than three-fourths of the females mentioned that they experienced a more excellent genital sensation and increased sensitivity on their genitals that were actively used during sexual indulgence. Not only did sensitivity increase during sex, but these women also praised the effectiveness in increasing overall satisfaction and pleasure during intercourse and foreplay.
Every medicine comes with side effects. Especially when a particular gender is consuming a pill that has not been approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) for that respective gender, avoidable to some extent, they can also become severe in some cases where restricted drug interactions occur. Headaches would occur for up to 4 hours post-consumption of Vi agra accompanied by flushing of the skin. Flushing occurs due to greater blood flow. Nausea and rhinitis (inflammation inside the mucous membrane) are also moderately common side effects.
The fact is that low libido in females can be a complex issue. They may love their partner with all their heart, but some females say, “I rather read a book than have sex with my partner.”
We never know, neither does the female ever know – is it a hormonal imbalance issue? Is it a relationship problem? Or is it a loss of interest in sexual activity due to low libido? The problem can range between all these questions. Keep in mind that mental arousal and physical arousal are poles apart. Via gra helps men in physical arousal. Whereas, in the case of women, Vi agra contributes to physical arousal but with the help of mental activity (because of the hormones).