Female Sildenafil offers women a solution to distress arising from common sexual dysfunction related conditions like Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (FSAD) and Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD).
What is Female Sildenafil?
Female Sildenafil works by increasing testosterone levels in the blood. This enhances sensitivity, and increases receptivity to stimulation. Female Sildenafil is meant to be taken orally, and comes in the form of a pink colored, 100 mg pill. The pill contains sildenafil citrate, and is meant to be taken at least 45 minutes before beginning sexual activity. The pill's effects last upto 6 hours after ingestion.
The medicine is meant to be taken with a glass of water. Female Sildenafil must not be taken more than once a day. If you take an excessive dose of this drug, obtain emergency medical attention immediately.
Female Sildenafil may not be suited to all women. If you suffer from:
- Vision problems like retinitis pigmentosa
- Cardiac Disease
- Low blood pressure
- History of cardiac disease
- Liver and kidney disease
- History of stroke
- Allergies to Sildenafil citrate
- Any other allergies, including reactions to foods, medicines or preservatives
Consult your doctor, before you begin taking Female Sildenafil. Also, consult your physician if you are breast feeding, pregnant or trying to conceive.
Persons who are taking the following medications must avoid taking this drug
- Methscopolamine nitrate
- Nitrates like amyl nitrate, isosorbide dinitrate, isosorbide mononitrate, nitroglycerin
- Other sildenafil products
- Drugs used for fungal or yeast infections
- Drugs used for high blood pressure
- Drugs for the treatment of HIV infections or AIDS
Your drug might interact with these medications. It is advisable to tell your doctor about all the medications that you are taking, including over-the-counter drugs, and herbal or dietary supplements to ensure that there are no interactions. Also, tell your doctor about lifestyle practices like drinking, smoking or using illegal drugs.
There may be minor side effects like diarrhea, headache, indigestion, flushing and nasal stuffiness. These may not require medical attention, except in cases where they become worse or continue over a long period of time. There may be other side effects like:
- Skin allergies
- Skin rashes
- Swelling and hives
- There may be respiratory problems
- There may be blurred vision
- There may be other vision and hearing problems
- Accelerated heartbeat
- Chest pain
If you suffer from any of these, consult your doctor immediately.