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✪Can Cialis Help Women Overcome Sexual Dysfunction?✪

The pharmaceutical industry has essentially put men’s fears about erectile dysfunction at rest. There are a plethora of drugs and treatment options on the market today designed to help men combat their sexual complications.

Having_orgasmWomen haven’t been as lucky. They have been largely ignored by the pharmaceutical industry. This is despite the fact that they are just as susceptible to sexual problems and complications as men.

Sexual disorders in women take a number of forms and they can manifest a variety of symptoms, from a failure to generate the desire for sex and inability to reach an orgasm to pain that emerges during intercourse. It is no wonder so many women have turned to male sexual enhancers for answers, discovering very interesting results in the process.

Cialis for women

Cialis is a drug primarily designed to fight erectile dysfunction in men. The medication was not crafted with women in mind. As such, it might come as a surprise to some people that women have begun taking Cialis, and with some fervor.

There are rumors suggesting that the Cialis women are taking is actually a different drug from the sexual enhancer used by men, but that is a myth. There is no new variation of Cialis designed specifically for women.

More importantly, along with the fact that Cialis has not been approved for use in women by the FDA, some women still have adopted the habit of using Cialis and claim it works for them. However, there are few clinical studies exploring the effects of this drug on women and its ability to help them overcome their sexual dysfunctions.

What does Cialis do for women?

Cialis is a phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor. That means it can increase blood flow. In women, the drug is supposed to increase the amount of blood flowing to the clitoral and vaginal tissue. The common presumption is that Cialis use can help women solve lubrication problems, this along with improving the swelling response in female genitalia.

A lot of people also believe that Cialis can help women increase their sexual desire. It should be noted that PDE5 enzyme doesn’t exist in the female body. As such, PDE5 inhibitors theoretically should have no notable effect on women. Nevertheless, doctors actually prescribe Cialis to women all the time because it can treat pulmonary arterial hypertension in people regardless of gender. This suggests that Cialis can indeed increase blood flow in women as well as men. As such, some medical experts say that Cialis’ ability to combat sexual dysfunction in women shouldn’t be so casually dismissed.

Some of the women that have used Cialis have revealed that the drug improved their sexual experience. They also reported feeling warm around their genitals, this along with mild swelling of the labia and clitoris.

Precautions

It should be noted that Cialis isn’t without its side effects and women who use the drug are exposing themselves to the potential for headaches, dyspepsia, muscle pains and other health consequences that sometimes manifest as a result of using Cialis.

Though, this drug is safer than most other sexual enhancers and isn’t likely to negatively impact pregnant or breastfeeding women. Nevertheless, women are encouraged to approach Cialis with caution. There is still so much that the medical arena doesn’t understand about Cialis and its impact on women.