Secret Women’s Business… How to Increase Libido?
We all know a healthy sex life is important to maintain a relationship, this part of the balance that forms a healthy partnership.
Studies show that 1:10 women experience sexual dysfunction. There are a lot of factors that can influence a woman’s libido, things like age, environmental influence, physicality and good emotional wellbeing.
Let’s First Talk About Age
There are two dominant milestones that can seriously impact on the female body and in turn its ability to function. The M word, menopause, there are three stages pre-menopause, menopause and post menopause.
Sadly the impact of menopause can effect women anywhere from as young as thirty, although more commonly between the ages of 45-55. Menopause is the when women cease to ovulate and their bodies no longer produce oestrogen and progesterone.
For some women they may feel little or no side effects, however for most the onset of menopause delivers common symptoms such as vaginal dryness, hot flushes and mood swings. This event is also known as the ‘change of life’ and the event can also be very debilitating on a woman’s self-esteem. Further notable bodily changes may include a wider girth, saggy skin tone and generally aesthetics that clearly note the abandonment of youth.
Environmental Impacts – Are You Too Tired for Sex?
For many women having children can affect their libido, generally the reason mostly is lack of sleep, early mornings, middle of the night demands from children and a busy life taking its toll. Going to bed at this stage means a lust for sleep. Lack of sleep and tiredness leads to irritability with the last thing on your mind is to be amorous!
Unfortunately, this leads to breakdowns of communication and sometimes a very frustrated partner, as such a vicious cycle far from harmony. Of course this time shall pass, but for some relationships it can ultimately lead sadly to a breakdown.
What if There Was a Little Pink Pill?
A medication that you could take and if right for you might;
- Increase your libido
- Increase natural vaginal lubrication
- Have a positive impact on intimacy with your partner
If, this sounds appealing perhaps you should talk to your doctor about Pink Viagra also known as Femalegra or Lovegra!
So What Exactly is Pink Viagra?
Its active ingredient is Sildenafil-Citrate, no different from its male counterpart. This helps with the production estrogen and testosterone, this in turn assists in enhancing sexual desire when stimulated.
Like any drug it comes with potential side effects and warnings on when not to use. As all drugs can be potentially harmful as well as beneficial, this is a conversation that should be had with your medical practitioner.
is taken orally, it should be taken with water and consumed between 30- 45 minutes before any anticipated sexual contact. Effects are reported, generally to last from between one and five hours, obviously this varies from person to person.
When Not to Use Viagra Pink
- If you are pregnant
- If you are breastfeeding
- If you have a heart condition
- You are over 65 years of age
- You are taking medications that may if combined result adversely
- You have consumed alcohol
- You have consumed recreational drugs also known as poppers
- ALWAYS consult your doctor on which medications cannot be combined when using female Viagra.
Possible Side Effects of Viagra Pink
- Facial flushing
- Dry Mouth
- Low blood pressure
Any side effects experience should be discussed with your doctor, in the case of severe side affects you should immediately seek medical help. Do not operate machinery or drive a vehicle. Severe side effects although rare may impact on any of us it is important you adhere to caution.
Is it Worth Trying?
The use of Sildenafil-Citrate for treating sexual dysfunction in women does produce varying results the alternative may well be flibanserin.
Whatever your choice a fulfilled, happy and well balanced life is a worthwhile pursuit. Women do deserve better lives with more options. Anything that combats ageing and assists with general well-being should be explored.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this article or external links are to be used as a reference only, they are not intended or to be used as medical advice. Always consult your physician.