We hear all the side effects that happen to Men, like blindness, continues errections, etc. But what about women.
Many researchers are convinced that hysterectomies, high blood pressure and diabetes lead to circulatory problems and sexual dysfunction in women. The end result of these illnesses and conditions, researchers theorize, is that women have difficulty becoming aroused.
Here is where researchers believe Viagra will help. As in men when blood vessels in the penis become engorged with blood so that an erection occurs, it is true in women that when the blood vessels of the vagina become engorged with blood, the vagina becomes properly lubricated in preparation for intercourse. Viagra does not seem to have any effect on a woman’s desire or sexual appetite. But it is possible that women who have been unable to achieve orgasms may be able to climax with the help of Viagra.
Research on possible side effects for women who take Viagra is still ongoing.
come on serious answers. What would it do to the female body since there’s no penis?
Viagra taken by a woman may just result in some increased blood circulation in her genitals. It is prescribed for some women by some physicians because of these effects. Don’t worry about it when you took it accidentally.
Someone tell me if a teenage girl took viagra what would the result be???? im curious.
Some health care providers have reported prescribing Viagra to women who had physiological sexual dysfunctions. They do not recommend Viagra for women who have psychological sexual dysfunctions.
Men who take Viagra by prescription risk side effects, such as skin flush, headaches, indigestion, and muscle pain. Some men report that high doses cause visual disturbances, including seeing a blue “haze” surrounding objects. Priapism, a prolonged, often painful erection, has also been reported. Serious drug interactions can occur. Viagra users who take heart medications that include nitrates risk dangerously low blood pressure. (Illegal stimulants, such as ecstasy and cocaine, are often cut with other drugs containing nitrates.) Because sildenafil has not received FDA approval for use by women, side effects in women are not known. Women could experience side effects similar to men, but they could also experience others that could potentially be more serious.
My plant is in full bloom and my tomatoes seen to lack size.
I would hope not, since the result might be a plethora of irritating television commercials about tomatoes.
There could be a commercial with men singing “Tasty Tomatoes,” a commercial with and man and wife discarding their remote control and magazines to eat tomatoes, and a commercial of a man dressing up in his wedding outfit to relive the time that they both ate some really good tomatoes.