• Got Cramps? Dr. Rachael Ross Tells How Viagra May Be Good for Women Too

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    Dr. Rachael Ross discusses how Viagra for women may help menstrual cramps.

    If Viagra makes men go blind, will it do the same to women? Just how was it determined the use of Viagra eased menstrual cramps? Men don’t have menstrual cramps/headaches – unless you count the headaches the get from the women in their lives who are cramping and irritable.

    Viagra is not intended to be used for menstrual cramps.  It was tested on cramps in a clinical trial and showed some promise.  It is not approved and shouldn’t be used for those purposes.  Women will have the same side effects as men.

    My husband takes Viagra and it still does not work for him. What do I do because I am at the point where I need a side lover to fulfill my needs. I am being very patient with him but my patience is growing thin….what to do?

    He should speak to his family physician so hormone levels can be checked.  He can also buy a nice cock ring.  It will increase blood flow to his penis and help him maintain an erection.  All of this has to happen on the backdrop of a supportive partner.  So be supportive, encouraging, and continue to stroke him.  There’s more to sex than just having a hard penis.

    I am going to be 53 in March. My sex drive has tripled. I need to have sex three times a day some days. I am still capable of self lubrication. I can’t seem to get satisfied, even after several orgasms. It scares me sometimes. What is going on?!

    It sounds like your body is trying to get it in before your hormones change.  As we age we have fluctuations in testosterone and estrogen.  It sounds as if you are having testosterone surges.  This can be a great thing, but you may want to speak with your doctor to make sure your levels aren’t too high because it can lead to hair loss and other abnormalities that won’t be quite as fun.   As for your insatiable appetite?  Enjoy it!!!  Because as we know, nothing lasts forever.

    My girlfriend was a virgin when we met. We have been intimate for 3 months and she still complains of pain. Is this normal? or is it possible im doing damage to her?

    Sex takes some getting used to.  Particularly if you have a large or long penis.  Since she is new to it, make things easier on her by buying a bottle of water base lubrication.  Apply some to your penis so that you slide and glide in.  That will reduce the pain.  Also, you have to wait until she is super turned on before you penetrate.  Once inside, swirl your hips more and do the Jack rabbit type of stroke less.  She will enjoy it more that way.  I hope these tips help!

    Why do I get more stimulation from using a vibrator on my clitoris than a penis inserted in my vagina?

    Because you are 100% normal.  Most women do.  But if your partner start to apply more pressure on your clitoris while they penetrate, you can start to enjoy penetration equally!!

    At my annual checkup my doctor told me that my testosterone count has dropped to 86. Am I in danger of turning into a woman?

    No.  But without supplementation you run the risk of having erectile dysfunction, trouble with your weight, hot flashes, irritability, and an increase in breast size.  Testosterone is available as an injectable form or as a gel/patch/cream.  If your insurance doesn’t cover it, speak to your doctor about over the counter options like dhea and lifestyle changes.

    Is it normal for men in their twenties to need viagra or cialis?

    Erectile dysfunction can effect anyone.  But when it occurs in the 20s, we need to figure out why.  Sometimes it’s a psychological thing.  Perhaps he used it once or twice, loved it, and now thinks he is dependent on it.

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