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Posted in Viagra on 9th April 2014

What happens if I take Viagra?
I’m a woman and I wanted to know if Viagra would make me have a physical reaction. And are there any risks or side effects if a woman takes it? Thank you.

Best answer(s):

Answer by Jessica Яose
DO NOT TAKE IT. Women aren’t even supposed to touch it. It’s not good for you.

Answer by Icon
It might be a X-type drug (not 100% on that). If it is then you would be at risk for birth defects by just handling it let along consuming it.

Answer by Bob
It was originally made to treat certain heart disorders. Turns out the side effects were more marketable. Talk to a doctor, it could cause major problems.

Answer by Suzaku
i wouldnt know atually. chances are it wont effect you at all since the stuff was made to react only to male hermones and stuff.

but if it does effect women then i would assume it would make them super horny>??

Answer by atstdriver
Pharmacologically, Viagra (sildenafil) is in a class of drugs called PDE5 inhibitors, and these drugs basically ultimately act to dilate arteries (through a more complicated biochemical cascade that isn’t explained here). It just so happens that one of the places in the body where PDE5 is found in greater concentrations is in the erectile tissues, and vasodilation helps to increase blood flow, and therefore increase erection. It has no direct effect on hormones, libido, etc., at least biochemically (psychologically, it probably does, but that’s a different issue). In theory, since both men and women have erectile tissues (penis in men, clitoris in women), it would do basically the same thing, i.e. increase blood flow to those areas. There have been research studies in which Viagra has been tried for treatment of antidepressant-mediated sexual dysfunction in women, though it is not currently approved for that purpose. However, the same drug, marketed under a different name (Revatio), is used in both men and women to treat certain lung conditions.
With that said, like any other drug, you shouldn’t take the drug without consulting a doctor, whether you are male or female. Potential risks and side effects would be pretty much the same for everyone, and might include headache, hypotension (abnormally low blood pressure), priapism (and whatever the female equivalent of that is called), cardiovascular effects, etc., many of which can be potentially very dangerous.

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