Cialis for women – is it reality or fake provided by counterfeiters?

Today we can see a lot of websites offering Cialis for women. Let’s try to figure out whether this is true, and whether such drug is safe.

Cialis women called Femalefil

Femalefil is a generic medicament produced in India and containing 10 mg of tadalafil (the main active agent of Cialis). The producer of this drug, Dharam Distributors company, claims that Femalefil “helps female persons to enhance their sex satisfaction” and “contains an inhibitor of phosphodiesterase of fifth type (PDE-5), which is used for curing sexual problems”. Also, the manufacturer declares that the tadalafil blocks the PDE5 and causes relaxation of smooth muscle and blood vessels. Because of this, blood current in the genitals is increased. Inhibition of PDE-5 allows female persons with sexual dysfunction to have a normal sex act. But these statements relate to males. Appropriate studies haven’t been concluded on a woman.

However, the manufacturer states the following effects of the drug:
– it contributes to relaxation;
– it increases the chances of orgasm in women;
– it eliminates the frustration of the sex life of women;
– it enhances sensitivity to stimulation of genitalia.

There are a lot of similar drugs on the Internet, so be careful.

Real situation with Cialis for women

Cialis is approved by the US Food & Drug Administration only for using by male persons. Therefore, it shouldn’t be used by females or children. Probably, clinic experiments on how tadalafil works in the female body and what side effects it can cause will be conducted in the future. Besides, now it is not known exactly how the drug affects the unborn child. Some females who have difficulty reaching orgasm due to antidepressants have discovered that Cialis can improve the ability to achieve orgasm, but not enhance sexual desire. Possibly, this result has been achieved due to a placebo effect. However, it is likely that Cialis does have such an effect in women.
So, can women take Cialis? The answer is obvious – no unless the FDA approves its application for women.

Flibanserin – a new medicament for females

Flibanserin (trade name Addyi) was released to the US pharmaceutical market in August 2016. It was approved by the US Food & Drug Administration for curing inhibited sexual desire in female persons. The medicament was unofficially called “female Cialis” or “female Viagra” FDA approved the production of Flibanserin only at the fourth attempt. Sprout Pharmaceuticals Inc (the drug manufacturer) tried to run the project on production of Flibanserin in 2010, but at that moment the action of the drug hadn’t been clinically proven. Then pharmacists took to the track. Having involved the best marketers, they launched a campaign called “Even the Score”. The main idea of the campaign was as follows: there are 26 official medicaments enhancing male potency, but there are no such drugs for women. Having chosen “26-0 in favor of men” as their slogan, the drug producers began to exert pressure on the public.
Depicting the situation of sexual discrimination against women, Sprout Pharmaceuticals Inc has received strong support from various human rights organizations. After numerous petitions on this issue and politicians’ lobbying, the production of the drug was approved at the fourth attempt.
This medicament improves sex function in females by increasing levels of dopamine and decreasing serotonin levels in the brain.