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    Women on Viagra? Cialis? (or other ED drugs) 
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    Supposedly, drugs like viagra have been studied in women with some positive results: http://ps.psychiatryonline.org/artic...rticleid=83269

    I am wondering if anyone has experience with this. I am an anorgasmic female, but have used synesthetic drugs to improve sexual function.
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    Bremelanotide might be more effective than viagra type drugs. Currently you have to skin pop it, but there may be other ROA on the way. Check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bremelanotide
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    Slr > bdd
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    Now that this is in BDD, I have removed off-topic posts featuring harmful suggestions (and the replies to those posts). I hope we can please stick to the topic of the thread

    OP - It couldn't hurt to bring it up with your doctor and see what they say. Unfortunately I'm not able to offer any personal experience. There are some herbal remedies you could try as well that might be gentler and with less risk. Hopefully a woman who has tried Viagra or Cialis will see this. It might take a little while so please don't be discouraged.
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    I can attest to the success of Viagra 50mg in improving my own sexual experiences. Previous to my treatment with the tablets I could count my lifetime orgasms on one hand - not so anymore. However, the drug is not cheap and the conversation with the doctor can be uncomfortable. If you have tried OTC stimulant gels with little effect, it could be something worth looking into!
    Last edited by Cro0ked; 26-02-2013 at 07:16. Reason: Really should have confirmed I'm a female...
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    ED drugs like Viagra are vasodialators, they increase blood flow. This is handy for men who can't seem to get enough blood to their erection to keep it erect.

    For women it also increases the amount of blood flow to the genitalia during sexual arousal thus heightening their sensitivity to touch. This often results in increased sexual arousal and response to stimulation.

    Pro tip: ED drugs (Viagra, Cialis, ect) are vasodialators. In particular they are arginase inhibitors. Arginase is an enzyme which plays a role in the body's processing of arginine, the main precursor to nitric oxide which is the primary known controller of human vascular dialation.

    So basically ED drugs increase levels of nitric oxide which leads to vasodilation by increasing the amount of available arginine. They do this by lowering levels of the enzyme which breaks down arginine for processes other than nitric oxide synthesis.

    So you can pay for expensive prescription drugs to boost levels I arginine or you could just take extra arginine in the form of a supplement. To supercharge the process you can add citrulline to the mix, which is a precursor to arginine in the body.

    Trust me, 5g arginine HCl and 3g citrulline maltate will have you feelin' like Ron Jeremy
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