For many women, sexual desire goes up and down over the years, often tied to changes in relationships, stress, and physical changes like pregnancy and menopause. But roughly 10% of women deal with a low sex drive that causes them distress. It’s a condition known as hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD).There are a few over-the-counter supplements that aim to treat the problem, which have limited, mostly unproven, effects. But in recent years, the FDA has approved two prescription drugs to treat HSDD. These treatments are often referred to as “female Viagra” — a nod to one of the medicines that men can take for sexual problems. But they’re not much like Viagra at all. In fact, they work very differently inside the body.
“In men, Viagra fixes a ‘plumbing problem,’ if you will,” says Judith Volkar, MD, of the UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital in Pittsburgh. Viagra and other similar drugs treat erectile dysfunction, when a man can’t get or keep an erection that’s firm enough to have sex. These men often still have sexual desire, but they just can’t get their bodies to respond physically when they want to have sex. The drugs help by relaxing the muscles in the penis and boosting blood flow so an erection can happen.In women, low libido is a more complex problem.”I often say you can picture men’s sexual desire as a light switch, and women’s sexual desire as the cockpit of a 747,” she says. “There are more factors at play in female sexual desire.”
How they work. Both drugs boost the activity of chemical messengers in your brain, called neurotransmitters, that are key to helping you feel aroused. You take flibanserin every day, whether you plan to have sex or not. You inject bremelanotide only when you need it. It’s important to note that neither drug makes sex better. They just make you more likely to feel in the mood.
Similar to men, even women may face the requirement of sexual enhancers. With the workaholic schedules and difficult routine leading a healthy life has become difficult.Sexual dysfunction in women is a very common syndrome. Women lose on the ability to perform and attain orgasm to the peak. Filagra Pink is the generic alternative of Female Viagra. As the name indicates the pink viagra pill tablets are specially designed for women going through the troubles of Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD). The drug serves the best and the most reliable formula to control erotic failures and improve overall sexual performance in women.