Just like many men suffer from sexual dysfunction, so do women. One such treatment is Generic Viagra Pink.
It has been formulated to treat female sexual dysfunction and arousal disorders. Many women experience sexual dysfunction as a side effect of taking antidepressants and other medications. This can make it so women no longer want to take their antidepressants which is dangerous.
How its works?
Pink Viagra starts working within 1 hour and can last up to 5 hours. Pink Viagra, like regular Viagra is made with Sildenafil Citrate and is the same with regards to quality and strength. It can only be taken once daily. The risk of side effects is significantly increased if the recommended dosage is exceeded. The typical dosage for Pink Viagra is the same as it’s blue counterpart. It comes in a pink diamond shaped pill with a dosage of 100mg. It is recommended to not drink alcohol or take any sort of drugs while taking Pink Viagra. It should also be taken on an empty stomach or after not eating for three hours.
Some medications prevent you from being able to take the medication. You cannot take this medication if you take any of the following nitrate-based medications including: ImdurDurule, Sorbidin, Carvasin, Corangin, Nitrocor, Nitrostat, Nitroderm TTS, ISMO 20, Imtrate, Coronex, Duride, Ikorel, Sodium Nitroprusside, Nitro-Dur, Nitradisc, Transiderm-Nitro, and Minitran. These other drugs could prove harmful if taken with Pink Viagra: nitrate-based sprays such as Nitrolingual, ointments such as Nitro-Bid and Nitrol, injectable Nitronal or Isosorbide or medications such as Dilatrate-SR, Isordil or Sorbitrate, Cimetidine for the treatment of ulcers, anti-fungal treatments like Ketoconazole and Itraconazole, antibiotics like Erythromycin and Rifampicin, HIV medications like Ritonavir and Saquinavir or any alpha-blockers to treat high blood pressure or prostate conditions including Hytrin, Flomax, Cardura, Minipress, Uroxatral, Norvir, Crixivan, Nizoral and Sporanox.
All of these drugs could potentially drop your blood pressure and cause significant health concerns.
Make sure to inform your doctor of all medications you are currently taking to avoid an accidental interaction.
While Pink Viagra is generally safe to take, there are some side effects that should be taken into consideration.
They include: headache, flushing, upset stomach, abnormal vision, such as changes in color vision (such as having a blue color tinge) and blurred vision, stuffy or runny nose, back pain, muscle pain, nausea, dizziness, and rash. Also, do not take this medication if you have any heart related illnesses or blood vessel problems.
Use Pink Viagra cautiously if you suffer from any of the following medical conditions: diabetes, bleeding disorders, stomach ulcers, high or low blood pressure, unstable angina, eye diseases like retinitis pigmentosa or non-arteritic anterior ischaemic optic neuropathy, or kidney or liver problems. You should not consider taking this medication unless you are healthy enough for sex.
Don’t let sexual dysfunction hold you back from having a healthy and productive sex life.
If you are a good candidate for it, Pink Viagra could give you back what’s missing in your life and your relationship. It can give you back the ability to have intimacy with the one you love and not let something treatable get in the way of that.
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