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Can women take Viagra?

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Yes, women can take Viagra (sildenafil), though it is not approved for treating sexual dysfunction in women.

Some important facts about women who take Viagra are these:

  • Viagra was created and approved to help men who have trouble getting or keeping an erection by bringing more blood to the penis. On the other hand, it is used for things like arterial hypertension that are not on the label.
  • Some studies have shown that Viagra might help women with female sexual arousal disorder or female sexual dysfunction to feel more aroused, lubricated, and able to have orgasms.
  • But the evidence isn't all good; some studies haven't found any benefits for women's sexual health. There needs to be more study on how Viagra affects women.
  • The FDA has said that Viagra can only be used by men. When the drug is given off-label for women, it can be hard to figure out the right dose because women process it differently than men do.
  • Headaches, redness, nausea, and changes in vision can happen to women who take Viagra, just like they can to men who do.

Furthermore, Viagra is not officially allowed for women, but some doctors do recommend it for certain female sexual problems if they think it might help, even though there isn't enough proof to show that it works for women. It's best to have proper medical care.


   
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