Lovegra is an oral treatment recommended for the treatment of sexual dysfunction in ladies. This medicine permits ladies to enter into the lovemaking mood immediately.
Ladies experience sexual dysfunction helping to make their lovemaking life complex with their lover. As a result, the medicine of Lovegra will help ladies to recover their sexual drive by increasing the sensitivity to lovemaking arousal at the time of the sexual act.
How does it Work?
Each film-coated pill of Lovegra contains an active ingredient called Sildenafil citrate, which is the same ingredient used in the branded tablet, Viagra.
This product becomes effective within 45 minutes of consumption and works by increasing blood flow and sensitivity in the vaginal area.
This in turn leads to increased natural lubrication and enhanced sexual pleasure during intercourse and this takes sexual satisfaction to a whole new level.
Each tablet contains 100mg of Sildenafil citrate and it is important to take the correct dosage in order to avoid unwanted side effects.
Directions for Dosage:
The normal dosage of Lovegra is 100 mg.
Women taking this medication should not exceed the recommended dosage to avoid excessive side effects.
It is recommended to be taken 30 to 45 minutes before sexual activity and never more than once within 24 hours.
Always store this medication in a cool and dry place. Keep in a place that is out of the reach of children and pets.
Possible Side Effects
Normally, Lovegra pills do not cause major side effects for most women.
However, you may experience mild headache, facial flushing, sensitivity to light, nausea, stomach upset and a stuffy nose.
These side effects are always mild in nature and pass within a few hours.
Do not take Lovegra if you have any of the following medical problems:
Coronary Artery Disease Congestive Heart Failure Valvular Heart Disease Anatomic Deformation of the Penis Peyronie's Disease Multiple Myeloma Obesity Hypertension Diabetes Mellitus Prostate Cancer Enlarged Prostate Low Testosterone Thyroid Disease Atherosclerosis Liver Disease Kidney Disease Stroke Depression Anxiety Schizophrenia Spinal Cord Injury Endocrine Disorders Sickle Cell Anemia Leukemia If you do then it is strongly recommended that you consult your doctor before taking any medication that is similar to Lovegra/Lovegra-Plus.