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Femalefil (tadalafil) is a PDE5 inhibitor used to improve the physical sensation of sex in women, making it more pleasurable and thus making women more interested in sex. It is the same medication found in the erectile dysfunction treatment for men, known as Cialis. In most respects treatment and side effects are the same for both genders.
The medication relaxes blood vessels, particularly in the pelvic area, allowing the clitoris, labia, and other elements to become more engorged with blood. This increases physical sensation, making sex more pleasurable, and also promotes greater natural lubrication. Many women who take Femalefil report greater pleasure from sex and experiencing more orgasms.
Femalefil doesn't work for all women, however. This may have something to do with the cause of lack of interest or pleasure in sex; the medication is not yet well studied in women and it may not address some causes.
Femalefil should only be used by women age 18 and up; effects on still-developing younger bodies are unclear. Likewise effects on unborn or breastfeeding babies have not been studied, and use of the medication should be avoided by pregnant or breastfeeding mothers.
Women should start with 10 mg doses unless instructed otherwise by a doctor. If 10 mg is too strong, or unpleasant side effects develop, dosage may be reduced to 5 mg. If 10 mg is not powerful enough, dosage may be increased to 15 or 20 mg. Do not exceed 20 mg in a single dose. Tablets may be split to acquire the desired dose.
Taking with food is optional, and food may help ease any gastrointestinal side effects, if experienced. However, patients are advised to avoid heavy meals or high-fat foods shortly before or after taking a dose, as these will delay absorption and may reduce overall effectiveness.
Tablets begin working about 30 minutes to 1 hour after being taken. Most women quickly figure out when effectiveness begins and can adjust when to take tablets accordingly. Effectiveness remains for an impressive 36 hours on average---most PDE5 inhibitors last an average of 5 hours.
Take care to not exceed the above limitations unless explicitly approved by a doctor, which is unlikely. The more of this medication is taken the higher the risk of serious side effects, which, in extreme cases, can result in death.
Some patients do not experience significant results the first couple times a PDE5 inhibitor is taken. Though more obvious in men---who fail to achieve an erection---it does apply to women as well. Assuming no serious side effects develop, patients should try Femalefil a few times before deciding it simply doesn't work.
What Femalefil Does Not Do
Femalefil inhibits PDE5 and widens blood vessels, which in turn lowers blood pressure. That's all it does. It will not alter a woman's mental or emotional state, and it is not an aphrodisiac. It will not cause a woman to have sexual interest in a partner she is not attracted when not on Femalefil. It will not cause a woman to indiscriminately seek sex with any willing partner.
Some attraction is required for a woman to desire sex from a partner, and some stimulation---be it physical or emotional---is required for desire to increase. Some women, who are generally uninterested in sexual encounters, find that the increase in pleasure from Femalefil will ultimately cause them to desire sex more often, but this is not a direct result of the medication.
In simple terms, Femalefil only physically enhances the pleasurability of sex. It does not affect desire, and will not turn women into hypersexual beings.
A similar product to Femalefil, but containing the PDE5 inhibitor sildenafil (as found in Viagra), is also marketed toward women, and can be found here.
A different option is Addyi, specifically formulated for women. Unlike Femalefil, which has no effects on the brain, Addyi helps balance brain chemicals and can impact psychological arousal. If Femalefil and other PDE5 inhibitors don't help, Addyi may be worth a try.
Before taking Femalefil, women with other, preexisting medical conditions and/or taking other medications should be sure to speak with a doctor regarding safety, risks, and warning signs.
Conditions of concern include:
And other medications of concern include:
A woman with the above medical conditions or taking the above medications should not necessarily rule out Femalefil use, though a doctor may advise avoiding it. Solutions include dosage modifications, alternative medications, and so forth.
Recreational drugs, including alcohol, can cause a rapid, dangerous drop in blood pressure, and often mask warning symptoms. These drugs are best avoided when Femalefil is taken, and should never be used in excess.
Most women using Femalefil as directed do not experience any side effects, or experience only mild side effects. Common side effects include:
The above are usually mild, and usually fade away within the first few hours of taking a dose. If they become severe, or persist for longer than 24 hours, medical attention should be sought. Do not take more Femalefil, or any PDE5 inhibitor, unless a doctor approves it.
Rarely more severe side effects can develop. Though usually associated with too much tadalafil or taking it more often than advised, they do also sometimes occur in patients who take it exactly as directed. Severe side effects that call for rapid medical attention include:
Note that vision or hearing changes or loss are nearly always temporary; vision or hearing usually returns to normal after the medication leaves the system. In very rare cases, however, they are not reversible. Individuals with a history of vision or hearing issues may want to avoid this medication. If any vision or hearing changes are experienced while taking Femalefil, even if mild and temporary, use of the medication---and any other PDE5 inhibitor---should stop.