The only remedy that comes to mind are nude pictures of really unattractive women. I suppose all the pointing and snickering at the hospital might have the desired effect too.
Any ideas? Does anyone have any experience?
I’m not planning on a visit but do you have to use your real name at the hospital?
I hear cases such as this one all of the time. It is now common practice at the hospital to insert a video of “Golden Girls” and allow the patient to view Bea Arthur in action. However, it has been found that Rue McClanahan was actually having an adverse effect, so this remedy has now been nixed.
It has now been determined that watching Hilary Rodham Clinton’s speeches have had the same effect in relieving post Viagra’tic Stress Syndrome.
However, do note that stealing your roommates wallet and posing as him in order to avoid recognition is fraud and is punishable by having to actually BE in the same room with Hilary Rodham Clinton. My advice to you? Be the bigger man (no pun intended) and stand tall (no pun intended) and rise to the occasion (no pun intended)!!
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What would happen?
A similar effect that it has on guys actually. Since viagra just increases blood flow to certain areas, according to several articles I’ve read, it would do the same for a female. It would make her more aroused and some doctors I believe suggest women take it if they have trouble becoming stimulated.
… or anything similar drugs.
I am just curious.
And please, serious answers only.
Oh, sorry, I have no idea you take it, not drink it.
Because I usually see those herb drinks (from Chinese) which works for erection of the penis.
I was just wondering what might happen to women who will drink it, and now I know that it can be for women too…
u kant drink viagra
I mixed them last night and today my hands went numb and i couldnt use them for a brief period. I also had pain in my stomach and chest. Was curious if i needed to see a doctor or if it was just a one time thing?
Dangerous for the women around…
I just want to know!
Nothing good. Viagra does not increase desire, it’s simply a chemical that allows the type of tissue that your pecker is made of to swell and hold blood. Not for women. Bad and possibly harmful.
It’s true! Why do they need Viagra to make love to their camels, donkeys and goats? Besides the whole reason the Taliban exists is because of their unnatural fear of women and sexuality.
Living together in caves all this time, the Taliban have grown to really like one another.
Ever try Horny Goat Weed? You can buy it at any GNC or online even. My wife has absolutley no sex drive, she takes it and gets horny…its great! Works equally for men & women. I take it too, I assure you it will help. It may not be viagra, but it will make you want to get your freak on
My friend just randomly asked me this once and i had no idea! So…what would happen?
Nothing, really. Men and women are fundamentally different, so it’s unlikely that they’ll experience anything significant from taking the drug.
The FDA’s only approved it for men, not women and many women who have taken the drug reported some strange side-effects: headaches, indigestion, diarrhea, flushed skin, and dizziness. It’s even been known to cause heart attacks and strokes, especially when taken with certain other medications (including recreational drugs like cocaine or ecstasy).
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!