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Viagra is the brand name, or fantasy name, of a substance called sildenafil – proven to assist with problems of erectile dysfunction in men. Sildenafil works by inhibiting chemicals that would otherwise prevent an erection and then, providing that sexual arousal is present, it becomes infinitely easier for a man to have an erection. In this definition it is possible to see that Viagra (sildenafil) does not affect directly a person’s libido or sexual desire, only facilitating the mechanics of male erection when some complication is in place which can be making it harder than it should be, or impossible.

With that in mind, no doubt can be raised to the fact that Viagra does not work on females, since even though women also have muscular reactions in their genitals as a by product of sexual arousal, those are not in any way the same as a male erection, neither in an external way, or in an internal (chemical) one.

However, it is possible to hear of a ‘female Viagra tablets‘, which is a way some people refer colloquially to medications that can help women facing complications when they desire to have sexual intercourse. The comparison is quite unfortunate, sadly, because it reinforces the misconception that Viagra (sildenafil) can assist with increasing or provoking sexual desire. That is a harmful notion, because it often leads people with no sexual dysfunction to take Viagra without the supervision of a doctor, believing it is some sort of sexual empowerment substance. Most of the cases out there of people having negative experiences with Viagra refer to its use as a recreational drug, and not to individuals with an actual case of erectile dysfunction taking it under a doctor’s supervision. So this idea needs to be rectified whenever it is found.

In the case of women struggling with sexual problems, it does often mean a lack of desire and not of physical efficiency, and then medications that do stimulate that can be helpful. The most common ones are Flibanserin and Bremelanotide. They are able to help women in many different situations, but are recommended for cases in which there is a physical indisposition towards sex. This means that if someone experiences sexual repression because of psychological complications, depression or traumas, they are better off receiving psychological treatment than taking chemicals. The most common cause for patients who profit out of the use of these substances is menopause.

Flibanserin comes in the form of a pill, and it’s sold under the commercial name Addyi. It affects brain functions to facilitate sexual arousal from the neurological perspective. Patients are recommended to take a pill everyday, and have their functions influenced in an overall situation, which would make sexual arousal more stable and closer to the natural way.

Bremelanotide comes in the form of an injection, and its commercial name is Vyleesi. It also stimulates sexuality from a neurological level, but it should not be taken regularly. Injections should be applied around 45 minutes before sexual intercourse is expected. As a precaution measurement, it is not recommended to take it more than once every 24 hours, and at a limit of eight per month.