Viagra could help women

By | 22.03.2018

An American study has shown that the renowned anti-impotency drug, Viagra, much-lauded by men, could also assist women who suffer from sexual dysfunction, according to a CNN report.

Viagra could help women

According to the report on the study – that was released this week at the annual meeting of the American Urological Association – 35 women aged 50 on average who had sexual difficulties after undergoing hysterectomy reported significant improvements after using Viagra.

The women apparently said they experienced increased lubrication, improved sensation and easier orgasm after taking Viagra for six weeks. The authors of the study maintain the drug works best in women whose sexual difficulties are the result of physical rather than emotional problems. Viagra increases blood flow to the genital area – an important part of female sexual arousal, according to the authors.