Lady Era is a sexual stimulant designed to elevate sensations in women during sexual activity. The ingredient that is largely responsible for the effects of Lady Era is sildenafil citrate.
Lady Era helps to achieve sexual satisfaction in women during intercourse. It is particularly useful to women who suffer from certain forms of sexual dysfunction or menopause. Lady Era reduces the time it takes for a woman to be ready to engage in sexual intercourse. It also increases the amount of pleasure that a woman can experience during sexual activity. There is, furthermore, a decrease in any discomfort felt during the act.
Lady Era works by reducing the function of an PDE5, which is an enzyme present in the body. This results in an elevation of the circulation of blood in the pelvic regions of the body. There is a rise in the blood flow to the female genital organs. There is an enhancement in sensitivity of the erogenic areas of the body. This makes it easier to achieve maximum pleasure. There is also an increase in lubrication to reduce any abrasions or discomfort caused by the activity.
Contact a doctor to know if any other benefits may be obtained from Lady Era.
Lady Era should be taken in a dosage that will ensure that only the desired results are achieved. Lady Era should not be taken in an amount that differs from the one that has been prescribed.
Lady Era is to be taken by the mouth.
The total number of tablets of Lady Era should be taken is one tablet.
The effects of Lady Era are typically activated about forty minutes after consumption. You should take Lady Era at least half an hour before you engage in sexual activity.
You should contact a clinic if you have unintentionally taken more of Lady Era than intended.
In certain cases, the negative responses of Lady Era may manifest in addition to the positive effects. Some of these reactions are:
Inflammation of the face
Presence of hives
Problems with vision
Changes in blood pressure
You should seek the appropriate medical aid if you have identified any of these symptoms.
There has not been significant findings about whether or not Lady Era may impede fetus development. It is still advised that women who are with child avoid consuming Lady Era.
Women who take Lady Era on a regular basis should not also breastfeed children as they may pass on the chemicals present in their body.
Lady Era is not to be taken by girls who have not completed puberty or adolescence. Women over the age of 65 should similarly not be prescribed Lady Era.
Women with diseases involving the cardiovascular system, the liver, or the kidneys should avoid taking Lady Era.
Tumors of the female reproductive organs or uterine bleeding may be exacerbated by Lady Era.
Women who experience any fluctuations, elevations, or depressions in their blood pressure should not take Lady Era.
Glaucoma may be significantly worsened by the consumption of Lady Era.
Individuals who have suffered from heart attacks or strokes should not consume Lady Era for at least three months after their last episode.