... for women? Are we destined to fake it our whole lives? Every time I turn on the television or pick up a magazine, I am amazed at how many products there are for men who have trouble getting or keeping an erection. Why does it really matter if we women aren't getting anything out of it anyway? Granted, not all women have to fake it regularly but if the majority were honest, they would admit that an orgasm is either non existent or very few and far between.
Women's sexually responses are often much more complicated than men's. Viagra and the like do not raise men's libido. It has no effect on libido. The only thing these drugs do is increase blood flow into the penis to help a man get a better erection. It doesnt help him ejaculate and it doesnt make him go longer. It doesnt make him feel "horny" on its own. It only helps blood to flow into the penis better with outside stimulation. Women's sexual responses are tied more to emotions. Blood flow into our genitals isnt enough to stimulate sexual desire or help us achieve orgasm. If there is a physical reason for your sexual dysfunction then a trip to the gynecologist may help. They can check hormone levels and such. If it is a matter of hormonal imbalance, you can get hormones to replace them.
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