I have had a decreased sex drive for almost 2 years now. I have tried to ‘force’ myself to have sexual activites thinking that it would increase my sex drive, and so far, nothing is successful. I have heard of products like Avenavin, and Sentia for women, but are these types of products safe? The claim to be all natural… Does anyone know, Can anyone help?
There is a female version of viagra which has just been licensed in the UK I think and it was mentioned on GMTV by Dr Hilary Jones a while back. I think it is only available through a GP as it is for women with a serious low libido problem. Hope this helps!
My birth control has the side effect of decreased sex drive. Mine didn’t decrease, it vanished. Is there an equivalent to viagra? Is it costly?
there is a female version, starts with an “A” but it isn’t the one suggested above…the name escapes me, I’m looking for ti right now…
Would it get harder than normal? Stay hard longer? Explode?
Viagra is made to work on men with decreased erectile function. In the non affected male, Viagra does not medically enhance erections. Side effects are still possible, visual disturbances, headaches, rare blood pressure changes (drops when combined with alcohol). Basically, you would get no medical benefit and still take all the risk. We deem this to be an unacceptable risk to reward ratio – so Viagra is not to be prescribed to men without erectile dysfunction and it is not to be used as a recreational drug.