Does Kamagra Work for Women?
According to WebMD, a study published in The Journal of Urology has shown that Viagra, which has the same active ingredient as Kamagra, can lead to heightened arousal and lubrication in women. Kamagra is a generic form of Viagra that is made in India, and the effects of the two drugs are similar. Kamagra is not approved for use in the United Kingdom, and similar restrictions may be in place in other countries, such as the United States, so it is important to check with a qualified physician before attempting to purchase the drug.
Kamagra and Viagra have been used in the past to treat erectile dysfunction in men. However, a study on the effects of Viagra on women, headed by Dr. Jennifer R. Berman, co-founder of the Female Sexual Medicine Center at UCLA, has revealed that it can be used to treat different types of sexual dysfunction in women as well. The test results showed that women who were menopausal and those who had undergone hysterectomy greatly benefited from using the drug. It was concluded that women who suffered from Female Sexual Arousal Disorder could have their sex lives improved after taking Sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra and Kamagra.