Women’s viagra to be sold soon

It takes two to tango.

Since Pfizer’s release of the drug in 1998, Viagra, otherwise known as Sildenafil citrate, had only catered to the needs of men who experience dysfunction in the bedroom. Otherwise known as “Vitamin V” or “The Blue Pill”, Viagra has been a popular choice of aging men who experience erectile dysfunction.

Recently however, Pfizer’s research team made a breakthrough in their research for women who are also suffering from female sexual arousal disorder.

With the release of Viagra, there had been questions from female groups about the issue with a woman’s say on the matter, since the drug only treats the problem of the men. There is the matter that while the men, who are in the twilight of their years still wildly crave for sexual stimulation, their female partners may also be in their menopausal phase, and may be hesitant to further engage in discomfort.

The study, which was published in the British Journal of Pharmacology, is entitled “Towards Treating Female Sexual Dysfunction: Research Reveals Secrets of Female Sexual Arousal.”

The drug, named UK-414,495, is described to boost female sexual arousal and help a woman achieve orgasm.  However, not all types of female sexual arousal disorder can be treated with this drug. It can only help with those who have circulation problems.