Herndon, VA (PressExposure) September 22, 2009 -- Sexual dysfunction, in one form or another as well as in varying levels, is just as common in women as it is in men. Based upon some of the most recent studies, an enormous percentage of all adult males and women encounter some form of sexual dysfunction at some period in their lives, making sexual enhancement products more ubiquitous online. As men and women age, the enhancement problems become increasingly more common.
In the case of adult males, sexual dysfunction may take on different forms; for instance, lack of desire, inability to either maintain an erection or even have one and other complications like premature ejaculation and ejaculatory weakness or it could be from a failure to ejaculate while having sexual intercourse. Whatever the case may be, enhancement problems are serious issues that cause a great deal of concerns and raise the question even more so for the use of sexual enhancement products.
Erectile dysfunction can be treated with one of three medications that can be taken orally: sildenafil, also known as the most popular, Viagra; vardenalfil, known around the world as Levitra, and tadafil, introduced as Cialis. All three of these have gotten widespread media coverage on television so they shouldnât be foreign medication to those experiencing enhancement problems. Their primary objective is to heighten the levels of nitric oxide in order to relax your blood vessels and allow your penis muscles to smoothen out. If everything works accordingly, blood flow will increase, and an erection will be achieved and sustained for a considerable amount of time.
Sexual enhancement drugs like the aforementioned one have proven themselves to be extremely effective and helpful for men and women around the world. In Europe, there has been an enhancement drug sited on the market called Uprima (apomorphine); however, it has not been approved by the USFDA (United States Food and Drug Administration). In contrast to the other enhancement drugs on the market, apomorphine works on the brain to generate an erection.
All these enhancement drugs may be helpful but there are stipulations before prescribing to them. Number one, itâs not recommended to take sexual enhancement drugs if youâve experienced a heart problem within the last six months or if you have serious liver problems as well as kidney diseases. Plus if youâre having certain eye complications and high blood pressure extremity, the enhancement drugs should not be taken without physicians consent.
In the case of females, lack of libido, inability to become sexual aroused; lack of orgasms as well as vaginal spasms is the most common sexual discomforts. However, there actually isnât a medication approved to treat women suffering from sexual dysfunctions but research is continuing to be conducted on the issue. Sildenafil is one sexual enhancement drugs thatâs being looked at for treating women.
It has also been reported that a pharmaceutical major has received the green light to pursue the use of testosterone patches for the treatment of low libido in postmenopausal females. The reason for this is because doctorâs believer that the fall on testosterone levels are somewhat responsible, to a considerable extent, for a decrease libido in adult men and women.
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