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What happens if a Woman Takes Viagra?

My friend is interested in all kinds of sexual experiences, and her questions have been raised recently about what may happen when women take Viagra pills, as it is known that Viagra aims to increase the flow of blood in men, but what happens in women? What are the side effects? Are you going to be different from the man? Is there any safe and legal way for women to get Viagra?
The Viagra experience seems to be similar to a person’s sexual exploration, but it has not actually been used as a sexual aid in women and has unknown side effects.
Sildenafil is the active and essential ingredient of Viagra. It was introduced in to help men with erectile dysfunction (ED).
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replied June 19th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !


I went through your query and i understand your concern.Women dont need erection for coitus. Its role in mood elevation is less likely do wont help in orgasm. Its used for performance issues where erection is an issue. Please consult your sex therapist and let them help.



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