Womenra is specially formulated to target the female reproductive organs and stimulates the clitoris and labia to accentuate sexual activity like never before. Don't let a lackluster sex life affect your relationship, take control of your most intimate moments with Womenra.
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- How to take
- Side effects
- Drug interactions
- Missed dose
Womenra is a specially formulated pill that's meant to stimulate orgasm in women. Womenra works by sending nitic oxide to the genital tissues, increasing stimulation to the clitoris and labia.
Womenra is a high quality medical drug that is approved by the FDA and is also marketed as:
Female Viagra, Sildenafil Tablets, Sildenafil Citrate for Women
Take one pill an hour before sexual intercourse. Womenra is available in both 50mg and 100mg strength tablets. Do not take more than one pill within a 24 hour period.
It is always recommended to read the ingredients on the label to assure that there are no complications associated with allergies and other drugs that you may be taking. Consult a doctor if you experience symptoms associated allergies. This medicine is not recommended for those who suffer from heart-conditions. The most common side effects associated with Womenra are nausea, headaches and facial flushing. Consult a doctor immediately if you experience dizziness, nausea or chest pains during intercourse as a result of this medication.
Note that this is not an all-inclusive list of side effects. For a better, extended understanding of the possible risks involved with Womenra, talk to a medical authority.
It is always recommended to read the ingredients on the label to assure that there are no complications associated with allergies and other drugs that you may be taking. Do not take Womenra if you are allergic to Sildenafil Citrate. Women who have been diagnosed with heart complications, liver conditions, high blood pressure and kidney related diseases should not be taking Womenra. Do not take Womenra if you have been advised not to partake in sexual activity. Do not take Womenra if you are pregnant.
Womenra should not be combined with any nitrate based medication or antihypertensive. It is recommended that users consult a trusted physician before taking Womenra or any other medication, both herbal and otherwise.
Womenra is used only as needed, thus missed dosages are not relevant. However, one should not take more than a doctor's recommended dose, and never more than once in twenty-four hours.
Store at room temperature between 59 and 86 degrees F (15-30 degrees C) away from light and moisture. Keep this and all medications out of the reach of children.