Lovegra

Lovegra

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Manufactured by : Ajanta Pharma Limited

What is Lovegra?

Lovegra is a pharmaceutical medication that belongs to a group of medications called PDE-5 inhibitors, which are generally used for various types of sexual dysfunction. It is used for a particular type of sexual dysfunction, which is female sexual interest/arousal disorder (FSIAD), a condition in women which is not often talked about but is commonly suffered from.

These pink tablets are manufactured and distributed by Ajanta Pharmaceuticals, a leading Indian pharmaceutical company. Established in 1973, Ajanta Pharmaceuticals starting with the re-packing of generic medications, and in 1979, it started its first manufacturing facility in India. Now it has eight state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, with seven of these being in India and one being in Mauritius. The same manufacturing facilities that manufacture Lovegra have full United States Food and Drug Association approval, so you know that if you are looking to buy Lovegra online, you can rest assured that you are receiving a quality product.

What is Lovegra Used For?

Lovegra is used for the treatment of female sexual dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction in general is where persistent, reoccurring issues with sexual function result in problems with the ability to have satisfying sexual intercourse. The most common of these is erectile dysfunction, which is where someone is unable to achieve or maintain an erection that is hard enough for penetrative sex. This, however, only affects men. Lovegra treats female sexual interest/arousal disorder.

Female sexual interest/arousal disorder or FSIAD for short is described as a lessening or complete loss or arousal or sexual desire in women. This term first appeared in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders (DSM-5). This manual is the gold-standard guide regarding mental health. It was created by international experts to define mental disorders more easily in order to improve diagnoses, treatment, and research.

Previously female sexual interest/arousal disorder (FSIAD) was split into two separate conditions, female sexual arousal disorder and hypoactive sexual desire disorder:

  • Female sexual arousal disorder described when there was not enough lubrication or swelling in the female genitals to facilitate sexual activity. This also resulted in reduced excitement, sensation, or pleasure.
  • Hypoactive sexual disorder described when there was a general lack of interest in sex altogether.

The reason the two conditions were combined, is that scientists put forth the argument that low levels of lubrication and swelling does not automatically suggest low levels of arousal, or always stop sexual activity from taking place. Due to the link between desire and arousal, the conditions were combined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders (DSM-5), to reflect how female sexual function works more accurately.

Female sexual dysfunction complaints are not as uncommon as many women think. It is thought that around 40% of women suffer from some sexual dysfunction in their lifetime. The 1992 National Health and Social Life Survey showed a prevalence of 43 percent, whereas a later large-scale study of women who are between the ages of 40 to 80 years of age found that 39 percent of sexually active women reported an issue with sexual function.

Additionally, a collection of data from other sources have estimated that the number of women in the general population that suffer from hypoactive sexual desire disorder is between 10 and 46 percent. Studies show us though that the percentage of women living with some sexual disorder could be much higher than previously thought. Although the loss of libido comes naturally with age, we know that younger women are experiencing these conditions. The above figures speak for themselves, in that it is quite clear just how common these conditions are. As such, it is no surprise that so many women are looking to buy Lovegra in the UK.

How Lovegra Works

This medication works in the same way that many sexual dysfunction medications work, especially medications such as Kamagra and Viagra, which contain the same active ingredient as Lovegra, Sildenafil Citrate. It is not only used for the treatment of sexual dysfunction, but also for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension too since both conditions require the widening of blood vessels.

Lovegra widens blood vessels by stopping cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) from degrading. cGMP relaxes smooth muscle tissues. In blood vessels, relaxation of smooth muscle tissues leads to a widening of blood vessels and increased blood flow. It prevents cGMP from degrading by inhibiting the effectiveness of cGMP-specific phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5). Once PDE-5 is inhibited, this allows cGMP to widen blood vessels, and increase blood flow all around the body, but most importantly in the circumstance of female sexual interest/arousal disorder, to the genitals. This increased blood flow enhances arousal, lubrication, and sensation in the genitals, which in turn results in increased sexual satisfaction.

How to Take Lovegra

This medication should be swallowed whole with a glass of water. It is important to drink the whole glass of water when taking this medication, as it can decrease the risk of feeling dizzy after taking it. You should not chew or attempt to dissolve Lovegra Tablets. You should take this medication at least 30 minutes prior to sexual activity, but no more than 4 hours before.

The standard recommended dose of this medication is one Lovegra 100mg tablet. If you do not feel like you need to take an entire tablet, you can split the dose into halves, or even quarters. This not only reduces the risk of side effects (the risk of side effects is small anyway), but also helps the medication that you buy last longer.

You should never take more than the maximum dose of this medication, which is one Lovegra 100mg tablet. Doing so can increase the risk of side effects. It is important that you follow all instructions provided in the manufacturer's instructions.

How Long Does Lovegra Last?

Lovegra effects start around 30 minutes after consumption, but some people find they like to ensure they take the medication at least an hour before, so the effects are maximised when sexual activity is initiated. These effects generally last between 4 to 6 hours, although this differs from person to person. The half-life of this medication is around 4 hours, which means it take around 4 hours for half of this medication to be processed and expelled from the body. There are several factors that can affect exactly how long this medication lasts, and how long it takes to leave the body:

  • Dosage - some people do not feel that they need to take a whole Lovegra Tablet, as they may feel that a smaller dose is sufficient for their needs. As an aside, it has been found that taking a smaller dose of this medication, for example 25mg, can mean that the effects do not last for as long as if a larger dose, such as Lovegra 100mg is taken.
  • Age - older people take longer to metabolise medications. The older you are, the longer this medication will stay in your system. Additionally, older people are more likely to be taking other medications which may extend how long this medication stays in the body.
  • Taking other medications - as just mentioned, some medications affect how long Lovegra can last, especially antibiotics such as erythromycin, clarithromycin, and ciprofloxacin.
  • Diet - it is important to note that taking this medication alongside a heavy or fatty meal can delay the onset of effects and reduce the effectiveness of the medication in general. Therefore, it is recommended to take this medication with a whole glass of water only.
  • Alcohol - drinking alcohol to excess not only decreases the flow of blood to the genitals, but also decreases sensation, which can result in a less effective experience with this medication in general.

Side Effects of Lovegra

Sometimes side effects cannot be avoided. Even Lovegra, a medication known for having few side effects, will cause some occasionally. The following are the most common that occur in people. If you experience any of the following side effects, there is no need to worry, unless they increase in intensity, at which point you should seek medical advice.

  • Dizziness
  • Flushing
  • Headaches
  • Nausea

Like any medication, people may be allergic to Lovegra. If you experience any allergic reaction to this medication, you should seek immediate medical assistance.

Is Lovegra Safe?

This medication contains Sildenafil, one of the most extensively studied and understood medications on the market. All the research shows that it is safe for general consumption. However, in the world of pharmaceuticals, there are medications that may have more intense, frequent, severe side effects, and there are those that only cause side effects occasionally, and the side effects that do occur are usually very mild. Fortunately, Lovegra belongs in the latter camp, as the side effects associated with it are weak and rare.

Some people should not take this medication. This is not a full list, but this includes:

  • Women with heart conditions
  • Women with kidney conditions
  • If you take nitrate medications, or nitrates recreationally (such as poppers)
  • If you take certain medications
  • If you are pregnant
  • If you are breastfeeding

For a full list of people who should not take this medication, you should follow the manufacturer's instructions.

Is Lovegra the Same as Sildamax?

Lovegra contains 100mg of Sildenafil Citrate, the active ingredient which is responsible for helping this medication to work. This active ingredient is also contained in similar doses in other sexual dysfunction medications, such as Sildamax and Viagra, but whereas these medications are blue, Lovegra pills are pink. Aside from this, both medications work in the same way due to containing the same active ingredient, by increasing the flow of blood around the body and therefore to the genital region, allowing increased arousal. The main difference is that whereas Sildamax is marketed towards men, the people who buy Lovegra are women.

Does Lovegra Really Work?

Just as Sildenafil Citrate helps men to achieve harder, more long-lasting erections, it has also been found to help women achieve sexual arousal more easily, increasing lubrication, pleasure, and the intensity of orgasms. One study, conducted in 2003, found that taking a medication such as Lovegra could increase sexual satisfaction. The study, conducted over 12 weeks and focussing on 202 post-menopausal or post-hysterectomy women, discovered that the women taking Sildenafil Citrate self-reported increased sexual satisfaction scores in comparison to the control group who were taking a placebo.

These sexual satisfaction scores were based on better arousal, lubrication, and orgasm. The study was conducted so neither the women or the doctors knew who was taking the Sildenafil Citrate or who was taking the placebo, so was completed with the strictest scientific controls in mind. It is safe to say therefore, if you are looking to buy Lovegra online, you can rest assured that this product works.

If you wish to ensure that it works to its maximum capacity, you can take some of the following steps:

  • Get fit - Losing weight increases blood flow around the body, partially achieving the effects that Lovegra does anyway.
  • Drink less alcohol - alcohol is known to decrease sensation and reduce blood flow. Ensuring that you drink as little alcohol as you can, will only serve to increase the effects of Lovegra.
  • Smoking - Smoking can damage blood vessels, which can reduce the flow of blood around the body and to the genitals. Cutting down on smoking, or stopping altogether, could only help to achieve more sexual satisfaction.
  • Reduce stress - One major cause of female sexual interest/arousal disorder (FSIAD) is stress. Reducing stressors has been found to increase libido and sexual arousal.

Where Can I Buy Lovegra in the UK?

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Julie Clark – Aug 15, 2021
I have been very impressed by the service offered by this website. The medication is pleasingly effective and I will definitely be ordering again. Julie Clark
Carrie Sim – Jul 09, 2021
I have been pleasantly surprised by these tablets and would definitely recommend to any woman who may be considering this medication. Carrie Sim

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