Why do women need to take Lovegra?
Women could take Lovegra for wide range of reasons. When women approach middle age and beyond, it is common for them to have a decreased overall sex drive.
A reduction in sex drive can also be because of daily stressors, important life events, or chronic conditions like multiple sclerosis or diabetes.
Though, some women observe a decrease or absence in sex drive due to sexual dysfunction associated with female sexual arousal disorder. As per one expert panel and review, female sexual dysfunction is estimated to affect many adult women.
It’s has following major symptoms:
- limited or no thoughts or sexual fantasies
- Reduced or no response of desire to sexual cues or stimulation
- loss of interest or incapability to maintain interest in sexual activities
- significant feelings of defeat, uselessness, or worry at the lack of sexual interest or arousal
Working of Lovegra
Nitric oxide activates the cGMP formation in the smooth muscle. Lovegra contains sildenafil Citrate that promotes the smooth muscle relaxation, vasodilatation, and enhances blood flow in genital organs. The engorgement of penis in men and clitoris and labia minora in women are the main modifications of genital organs during sexual arousal. Also, the ultrafiltration of plasma through capillary vaginal vessels results in vaginal lubrication and increase in sex drive.
About Usage and Safety Profile of Lovegra
The most commonly advised oral dose of Lovegra is 100mg which is to be taken after consulting a doctor. Lovegra that contains sildenafil citrate is to be taken orally 20-30 minutes before beginning the sexual intercourse. For consuming this medication, the pill has to be swallowed with the aid of water. This medication should not be chewed, crushed, or broken during consumption. Persons with liver or kidney impairment should take a lower dose after consulting a healthcare professional. Apart from this, one should note and remember to keep a gap of 24 hours between two doses of Lovegra 100mg Tablets.
The common side effects are headache, redness in the face, stomach discomfort, vision problems, nasal congestion, muscular pain, nausea, vomiting, faintness, etc. Usually, they occur in men who are using Lovegra for the first time. With time these side effects fade away. The severe side effects of Lovegra are swelling of the hands, feet, and face, breathing difficulty, lengthy erection for over 4 hours, severe chest pain, etc. If severe side effects are observed, stop the medicine and visit your doctor or a neighboring medical center.
It is best to avoid Lovegra if allergic to Sildenafil Citrate or any of its components. Also, during Lovegra therapy, one should avoid eating meals that are high in fat content. Concomitant use of Lovegra with drugs containing Nitrates, alpha-blockers, and other PDE5 inhibitors. This medicine is not to be used by children, teenagers, and women. Only men who have ED can take Lovegra 100mg tablets after getting a doctor’s consent. Do not consume this medicine daily as it might lead to undesired health issues/side effects. It is strictly advised not to overdose on Lovegra.