Viagra for women

Generally, arousal problems in women can’t be treated with a pill like Viagra. Viagra works by enhancing the effects of nitric oxide, a chemical that relaxes muscles in blood vessels of the penis. This increases blood flow and allows a man to have an erection in response to sexual stimulation. Although women experiencing loss of sex function due to antidepressants may respond to Viagra, for most women simply addressing difficulties with arousal may not get to the actual problem — which is often a lack of sexual desire.

Many factors can influence a woman’s sexual desire. For example:

  • Many women find that the stresses of daily life deplete their desire for sex.
  • Highs and lows in sexual desire may coincide with the beginning or end of a relationship or major life changes, such as pregnancy or menopause.
  • For some women, orgasm can be elusive — causing concerns or preoccupations that lead to a loss of interest in sex.
  • Desire is often connected to a woman’s sense of intimacy with her partner, as well as a reaction to current relationship frustrations and past experiences. Over time, psychological troubles can contribute to biological problems and vice versa.
  • Some chronic conditions, such as diabetes or multiple sclerosis, can alter a woman’s sexual-response cycle — causing discomfort during sex. Certain infections, such as yeast infections, can have the same effect.

In some cases if you are experiencing changes or difficulties with sexual function  hormones, creams, clitoral-stimulating products or other treatments may be helpful but Viagra for women like Viagra for men does not exist becouse mens and womens sexual desire works different.