Female Viagra (sildenafil) is a newly developed medicine intended for the treatment of female impotence - the lack of sexual desire and orgasms. According to the statistics, about 40 percent of women suffer from sexual dysfunction - which means they do not get satisfaction from having sex. Billions of dollars are spent on consulting health professionals in order to establish the causes, but there is the remedy that can help women regain their libido and intensify their pleasure when having sex. Unless your health care provider recommended otherwise you are supposed to take this medicine 30-60 minutes before having sex, although the period may be different for different women. Some sexual stimulation will be also required as the effects of this drug are purely physical. Do not take Female Viagra more often than every 24 hours to avoid an overdose and unpleasant side effects. Your doctor needs to know as much as possible from your personal or family medical history to prescribe the right dosage and maybe have some additional tests done to establish the safety of Female Viagra in your case. Any health conditions from the list below should be mentioned and discussed before you will be able to take Female Viagra: high or low blood pressure, stomach ulcer, heart rhythm problems, liver disease, history of a heart attack or a stroke, congestive heart failure, physical deformity of the penis, bleeding disorder, blood cell disorder, retinitis pigmentosa, coronary artery disease, kidney disease, and heart disease.