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Lovegra – Solution for Every women

Lovegra is a famous tablet containing sildenafil citrate as the active element. This drug hit the market for women suffering from female sexual dysfunction. This medicine is pink in color and comes in a pack of four pills, so it is also called “Pink Pill.” In today’s times, women’s sexual condition has become an open topic to discuss. Sexual problems like FSD (female sexual dysfunction) and FSAD (female sexual arousal disorder) are being considered more normal and common than before.

For women who experience sensitivity and blood flow in the vagina during sexual intercourse can use the medicine to add natural lubrication and make sex less painful. The symptoms and conditions, which affect women, can be either psychological, physiological, or both. The best part is that Lovegra Women Viagra can help in all these conditions. You can start this drug with the small dosage of 50mg, and increase 100mg the dosage if it is important. You can take half the pill or buy a smaller dosage of the drug. You should not consume the medicine in case of pregnancy or seek doctor’s advice if you want to consume it.

The drug will show effects for four to six hours after popping it in, but the time may vary for different people.  The main/active component in Lovegra is Sildenafil citrate, which belongs to the category of PDE-5 inhibitors. The main purpose of this drug is to improve the blood circulation within the blood vessels and arteries to improve the blood flow to the genital area. The drug is not an aphrodisiac means it will not work unless the patient is sexually stimulated and aroused.

FSD/FSAD and Female Viagra

Many women are not happy or satisfied with their sexual life. However, not each one of them suffers from female sexual disorder. Nearly one-third of women experience sexual problems once in their life.

How do I know if I have FSD/FSAD?

The common signs of FSD and FSAD include:

•    No or low sex drive

•    No orgasms

•    Uncomfortable and painful sexual intercourse

Facing sexual problems is a common phenomenon for many women. It makes you and your partner have a troubled sexual life. For identifying the major problems in your sex life, you gotta seek help from a specialist and discuss the matter with your partner.

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Should I take lovegra?

Researchers and studies show that out of 43% of women who have a low sex drive, only 10% of women actually suffer from HSDD. 10 % of cases need to seek medical help.

One of the most important points to note while treating female sexual dysfunction is that you cannot fix the problem by just popping in one pill. You have to follow a proper course, and the drug may take different time for different people to work. Also, many factors, such as your mood, your partner’s mood, stress levels, and relationship problems. Many women see change within 15 days of the course while for some, the drug won’t show any improvement at all.

Female sexual function is not as simple as it may seem. You must consult your doctor if you think you have a low sex drive. Your doctor will conduct some tests and screenings, which will decide the drug dosage that is right for you. Also, you can seek help from a mental health specialist to keep your mental health in the track. Moreover, a healthy session with a sex therapist will be very beneficial for you and your partner.

Will lovegra treat FSAD and FSD?

Taking medicine once will not help your condition. It improves blood circulation in the body. So, proper dosage and course of the drug mean your body will have a better flow of blood. So, as a result, your genital area will receive more blood. This will give you better lubrication and orgasms. It has also proven to improve sex drive and libido.

How to take in Lovegra

Some of the important points to note while taking in lovegra:

•    The only safe dosage lovegra is one pill in 24 hours

•    The recommended dosage for a lover is 50mg per day

•    The medicine may take 40 minutes to one hour to get into your system and show results

•    The effects of the drug will last for almost 6 hours

•    drink one large glass of water along with lovegra

•    do not consume fatty foods along with lovegra as it may minimize the effectiveness of the drug

•    do not consume alcohol along with lovegra as it may produce some unwanted results

Side Effects

Lovegra has the following side effects:

•    Headache

•    Facial redness

•    flushing

•    blocked nose

•    Dryness in eyes

•    Mild nausea

The common side effects of using lovegra are dehydration and need to take in more water.

The less common side effects are:

•    blurred vision

•    Blueness in vision

•    Light sensitivity

The common side effects of lovegra are trivial and can diminish in some time. However, if the side effects do not subside in a week or two then discontinue the medication.

Some serious side effects include:

•    Loss or decrease in vision

•    Severe loss of hearing

These side effects are very rare; however, in case you experience the above side effects, visit the doctor ASAP.


Lovegra does not suit everyone.  If you are taking lovegra or considering including lovegra in your routine, then consult your doctor first. Consult your doctor if you have the following health conditions and want to consume lovegra:

•    Heart-Related & Cardiovascular diseases

•    Aortic stenosis

•    Idiopathic hypertrophic subaortic stenosis

•    General ventricular outflow obstruction

•    Stroke

•    Myocardial infection

•    Serious arrhythmia

•    Coronary artery disease

•    Cardiac failure

•    Unstable angina

•    Hypertension & Hypotension

•    Retinitis pigmentosa

•    Sickle cell

•    Related anemias

•    HIV


Like every other drug, lovegra has its own contradictions. Firstly, underage women should not consume the drug as it has many side effects. Also, the drug is not suitable for women suffering from kidney, liver, and heart abnormalities.

Also, for women suffering from congenital or acquired problems in the genital area, the drug is not suitable. This drug is not suitable for women suffering from a disease that include excessive bleeding or blood loss. The drug comprises of various active and inactive components, so be sure that all these components suit you before you ingest the medicine. Allergies to this drug can cause harm to your body in many ways. Moreover, do not take any drug, which includes nitrates and nitric oxide as it may lower down your blood pressure, and make you feel dizzy. Other contradictions of using this medication are:

•    Nitroglycerin medicines

•    Amyl Nitrate

•    Nitroprusside medicines

•    Myeloma

•    Priapism

•    Leukemia

•    Anemia

•    Ulcer

•    Ischemic neuropathy

•    Retinitis

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