FRK Women Viagra?

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  1. TankedOutSuicide

    TankedOutSuicide These aren't the DJs were looking for...

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    Wanted to know if their was such a thing? The GF wants to be more horny more often and has tryed the "hoodie" all natural stuff with no avail. Is their something on the market that ACTUALLY works for women? If so, where can I buy? Any womenly advise I can give her?
     
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    Recent research SUGGESTS that vigra does have a postive effect on libido. Testosterone can know for it as well. However, you dont have to give testosterone to your gf unless u like body hair. And I dont know of any FP/OB docs that will write a script out for viagra for the gf.
     
  3. TankedOutSuicide

    TankedOutSuicide These aren't the DJs were looking for...

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    Not actually talking about mens viagra, asking if their is something like it out on the market for women.
     
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    they tried to make something like that, but it failed
     
  5. RedVsBlue

    RedVsBlue Penguins > *

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    yea..its called foreplay but it doesnt come in pill form and can take a while to digest.
     
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    You know there is a medical condition that can keep a woman from getting aroused sexually. So I wouldnt suggest he would be ok if he was better at foreplay. Im sure he is doing everything he can. An old friend of mine had a smoking hot wife, but she couldnt get turned on due to some chemical unbalance or something.

    I have never heard of female viagra, but you may want to consider going to see a doc. He may have the cure!
     
  7. Lovely Atlantis

    Lovely Atlantis Luscious Lovely Lady!

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    As Mpuck suggested there is a SLIGHT possibility that it is a sexual arousal disorder. According to my Psych text book it says "a woman is said to exerience inhibited sexual arousal if she cannot either achieve or maintain genital responses, such as lubrication and swelling". There is also female orgasmic disorder which is when a woman can't orgasm even though she expereinces arousal. This can be either generalized (in any situation she never has an O) or situation (only in specific situation's she can't orgasm). Both of these arousal and orgasm disorders have psychological basis generally rather than true medical imbalances.

    SOOOOO... my advice would be to talk with her about it. Find out what it is that turns her on and what her feelings are when you're together. Does she have body image problems? How long have you been together and having sex? How many past partners has she had? Was this a problem with them too? My guess is that it is a psychological thing. I would try to fix it that way rather than jumping for the drugs.
     
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    vitamin B i think helps with that but i cant remember if it was B or not...check it out tho
     
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    viagra for women is 90% mental. theres no magic pill to get her all hot and bothered....well there might be a few :mamoru:

    redvsblue is right....foreplay is the anwser
     
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    sigh, please do not listen to the people that say foreplay is the answer :rolleyes:. Foreplay helps, but it is not the end all. A guy needs a 'boner' to have sex....you could have all the foreplay in the world and you may not achieve an erection. There can be many psychological and biological reasons why someone can not get aroused. I would be more inclined to follow the advice of mpuck and Lovely. I would state that foreplay is an obvious one (for both partners) if that is not a regular part of sexual activities, however, there are many MANY other possibilities as well. I would do as Lovely suggested and communicate things first and see what it is. Maybe there is something she really likes that she has not communicated with you. If you communicate, she might express this and you can incorporate it into foreplay. Or you may find it is something else. As we have ALWAYS ALWAYS said in this section, COMMUNICATE. And don't turn to drugs to solve every problem first....that should be a last resort. Drugs just mask the problem, they do not fix it and it is better to fix the problem rather than mask it. If you are just simply hiding the problem, than it WILL show up again in the future. Fix the problem ;)
     
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    My S.O. has had a poor sex drive for over a year and the recent visit to the doctor/gyno has prescribed her with a birth control pill that has a rather high dosage of Androgen, which they think is like Testosterone for men and helps with the sex drive....hey its possible to have Female Androgen Deficiency Syndrome
     
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    most things held constant, we're more mental... a physical fix isnt likely a long term answer if you dont address the mental/emotional needs.



    try a clit cream or something if you want a physical crutch.... but don't be surprised when it stops working after a while....as it was likely the idea of trying something new and less so the actual method.
     
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    I've heard that Horny Goat Weed works for both men and women. I dunno...it's a safe place to start.
     

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