Any women here take Cialis?

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  1. RawDog

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    I take Cialis recreationally (half a dose Thursday night and I still feel the effects Sunday night). Last night my wife and I were talking about an article I came across a few years back about some research with Viagra (and other ED drugs) and how it helps with Crohn's disease. She has Colitis (very similar) and she thought she'd try it herself. I figured nothing's probably going to happen except a stiff clit for 3 days.

    So, 4 hours later, she doesn't feel any different and we start messing around. All of a sudden, as if someone flicked a switch, she starts telling me how her whole body's tingling and super sensitive. We decided enough foreplay, let's see how the sex is. We work my cock in her damp pussy and *bam* she cums. I'm thinking this is nice! Then a few thrusts into her cunt, she get wetter, and *BAM* a harder cum! I look down and she is sopping wet. She pushes me over, climbs on top and it's almost like a Gattling gun of orgasms for her. As soon as one subsides, another one shoots in.

    I wish I could say it ended happily, but I came in about 5 minutes, It's somewhat embarassing, as we had just finished a 2 hour marathon just a few days earlier. I told her that the lube she was producing was very very different from what she usually produces and that it fel too damned good. She's saying, unless it's psychosomatic, I can blame the cialis for that.

    So, my question... Has any other woman here taken Cialis? If so, what were the effects?

    Oh, by the way, although it's too soon to tell, her colitis seems be doing better.
     
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    Great news....i love the helper drugs...which basicly enhance blood flow to certain types of tissue in the genital areas for men and women....there is a script availble for ladies that is generic viagra..name i think is lovenox....
    My wife has enjoyed the V with me...not quite those results...dosage may need adjusted...thx for sharing...
     
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    It's definitely NOT Lovenox. Lovenox is a blood thinner for people at risk of thrombosis (blood clot).
     
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    mule...i knew when i wrote that was wrong.....LOVEGRA, is correct name...availble from ALLDAYCHEMIST.com....same as VIAGRA...wife has taken it...but she did not seem affected....i am a fan...100mg...wow i hit new spots regular....VIVIA VIAGRA
     
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    I didn't want anyone taking Lovenox by mistake. That would be very very bad.
     
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    Good catch, Mule.

    Thanks for the info on Alldaychemist, Calambo. I've heard of, but never used them.

    Anyone else have any experience with women on ED drugs?
     
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    I will pass on the sex drugs. But, I wanted to try those lube that they show on t.v. The ones where they show the man and women in the bedroom and then try to do it before the kids come home.
    I was wondering if anyone tryed that?
     
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    Very interesting post muttley. I have noticed that after a long absence of sexual relations, for a variety of reasons, mainly depression, and now on Cymbalta, that the feelings are not intense and often have a hard time with orgasms with my new partner. (it still is too early in our relationship to know if I am experiencing some kind of stress-related dysfunction.) I can bring myself to an orgasm, however it is a bit different with a current sexual partner.

    I have read about Viagra for women, used it once alone in my own home, and that may help with some of the difficulty. I got a prescription from my gynecologist 50 mg, and tried it out twice: once alone and then once with my partner. I must admit there was a positive change in how I felt with foreplay, plus I had a pretty intense G-spot orgasm first, a lot more wetness was produced, but no squirting. I had a second orgasm as well a bit later and was nearly brought to a third, all without intercourse, just adult toys and much touching and kissing!

    I am hoping the Viagra will intensify some of the feelings and bring me to a higher levelof excitement... One interesting thing, after our last playdate, I was left craving, desiring more!

    He also took 50 mg, and there was a difference in the firmness of his erection. Well, we all understand Sedenafil works on men with "desire," but now that there appears to be some beneficial effects for women, hallelujah!

    I understand the FDA may have approved a similar "pink" pill for women, due out next year... Wouldn't that be a blessing for some women who desire it and wish to deal with some dysfunction, whether drug related (as appears to be case with Cymbalta and other known SSRI drugs) or not.
     
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    Thanks for the response, FlowerChick.

    We're still on the fence as far as Cialis helping the colitis, but we're definitely sure of the effect of Cialis on her libido. It's difficult to explain though. She's not exactly hornier, but she is a lot more sensitive around her erogenous zones and cums a lot more easily (g-spot and clit). She used to like a lot of foreplay, but with Cialis, touching her back is enough foreplay now and she just wants to go straight into fucking.

    My ex-wife took a Viagra tablet once and all it did for her was give her a super stiff clit, an enormouse headache and she was just generally pissed off at me.
     
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    Hey Muttley, hope it helps your wife's colitis. My ex-husband has lifelong crone's disease and doctor prescribed Viagra, but that didn't help much with all the medical conditions he has due to crone's. One seems to manifest itself into another, etc. poor guy had no desire, and no erections.. we had a multitude of other problems on top of that. But I suspect if the doctors are prescribing this for your wife for her libido, and/or her physical enjoyment, they must be on to something.

    As far as the headache goes, I have been told about a side effect of headache. In fact one of my doctors was reluctant to prescribe it to me since I have known migraine issues. However, I suspect the headache comes from a different catalyst... mine are mostly hormonal and stres-related. I've tried Viagra three times now, and neither time had a headache, so each indivdual is different, you know. Even my father in his 60s, late 60s was taking Viagra, and complained of headaches, so headaches on Viagra is not for men only, but can very well bother women I am told.

    I agree, I don't necessarily have more "desire," however, definitely felt more sensitive. Don't give up on the foreplay though, make it last longer, and I bet her orgasms, will be that more intense, if you tease her a bit, rather than go to straight f**king... It might be "easier" for you, but don't use Viagra as a crutch for quickie sex with her. Make sure you continue to take the time with her, so you stay connected this way... just my unsolicited opinion, hope it helps and she can get a handle on that colitis, no fun at all, I know.

    Best, FlowerChick:smile:


     
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    Thanks for the input, FlowerChick. My wife's foray into taking Cialis wasn't prescribed by any doctor though. She's had sooo many different drugs to deal with her colitis that haen't worked, we figured as long as we monitored for the usual side effects and gave her a minimal amount, she'd be ok.
     
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    Good Morning,

    Ask your wife to speak to her gynecologist, psychiatrist, or her general practitioner. They may or may not prescribe as I was recently told by another person in health care, that doctors are not allowed to write a prescription for women, since it's not a medicine for women. They could lose their license. However, many doctors are not aware of the drug and research for women, or it could be that they seemingly don't admit to knowing it an attempt not to prescribe for a woman. I did my research, spoke about it with my psychiatrist and my gynecologist, both who prescribed for me.

    Good thing for you your wife still has "desire". I know from my experience with living with a man with Chrin's disease that when someone is on 13+ medications, including exceptionally large doses of heavy narcotics (that would kill an average person in hours!) that a person's physical abilities for sex and desire are unfortunately gone! It's terrible for a man to go through, I suspect not nearly as difficult for most women whose sex drive changes anyhow with age, circumstances, situations, etc.

    I wish you both much luck and good health! Keep up the research on colitis, there are all sorts of new things coming out which could help her. If she is not seeing. Therapist to deal with her illness, I highly recommend it, even if it an occasional visit. Lifelong illness can destroy a person's spirit and you owe it to yourself too to be sure to take care of you, yourself as well.
     
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    I took Viagra. With a few glasses of champagne. When it kicked it, I was sitting on a closed toilet and noticing how hot my crotch was against the cold ceramic.

    I raped the guy who gave it to me and remember my orgasm lasting longer than usual. It was dirty. I'd love to do it again.

    p.s. my bf has Crohn's so bad he's intubated in the hospital every other year and almost always in pain. Full time job loving a sick person! He was prescribed Cialis a while ago, but its because the steroids he has to take for intestinal inflammation ruin his boners. It's not a cure for the disease, just treats the side effects of the drugs.
     
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    After taking the liquid Cialis for 2 weeks, we concluded it wasn't doing anything for her stomach and decided to stop. On the other hand, it did wonders for her orgasmic reaction (her libido's high enough). A better way to put it would be; She didn't get hornier, she got more orgasmic.

    But her doctor did prescribe a new drug for her stomach and that's going well so far. Colitis treatment, and I'm sure Crohn's is the same way, is a hit or miss thing. Some drugs don't work, some drugs do. Of the drugs that do work, some of them aren't effective for very long, so a switching is sometime necessary.

    After reading so many horror stories about going through this, I do consider us fortunate in this regard. I know if I had to go through half of what my wife's going through right now, my libido would be shot to hell.

    Thanks for the kind supportive words. She has a great therapist and a decen doctor. I also know from experience how important it is to take care of myself too.
     
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    My wife said lightly running my nails across her back nearly gave her an orgasm. Kinda interesting how the effect is so different from person to person

    Soooo much fun when both of us are going at it when on cialis. Total orgasmic bliss, can't get enough of each other's body.

    As I told FlowerChick, I do count myself as fortunate her Colitis isn't much worse.
     
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    Hi wldslm, completely understand the "raping" the guy comment. The first time I took it, I couldn't get enough of him. I left wanting more (grin!). I'm taking it now all the time, mostly because the SSRI I take seems to interfere a bit with my orgasms as they are not as intense, so load me up with that Viagra. Can't wait for the "pink" pill to come out... I'll be poppin' 'em like M&Ms, so yummmmmy; am I right?

    Flower Chick
     
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    Have you tried any Cialis, FlowerChick? For me anyway, Cialis is effective far longer than Viagra was. It takes 3 days for Cialis' effect to start whaning.
     
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    I have been told that Welbutrin combined with Symbalta works very well in helping one's sex appetite.
     
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    Wellbutrin for me was almost like the mythical "spanish fly." I take Paxil and have a hard time having an orgasm via sex. My doctor actually gave me Wellbutrin to stop smoking, but OMG did it have a totaly different affect. It was so bad all I could think about was sex non-stop. I couldn't concentrate on work or anything!! I had no "outlet" for my insane sex drive so it was torture. After a week of this, I had to stop taking it.

    I tried it again another time, same thing. I have several girlfriends who have taken it and they all say it really revs up their sex drive dramatically. Maybe not to the extreme it did me, but a big difference.

    My doctor said if someone is taking an antidepressant that kills their sex drive, this can be prescribed in addition to the other to offset that problem. Of course, this won't work for EVERYONE, but it's known as being one of the few antidepressants that won't kill your sex drive.
     
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    I'd like to throw in a little commentary about this, i have not taken Cialis but i have had trouble the last few years with a lack of clitoral sensitivity. This was in part due to some nerve pain medicines i was on to help with arthritic issues in my lower body. It dawned on me if it was helping block pain it was also helping block pleasure.

    Once i got that under control, i discovered i had high blood pressure. This can affect a mans ability to get an erection. Apparently it was making me sexually dysfunctional too, as far as orgasm goes.

    I got on a beta blocker for the high blood pressure and trying to get to an orgasm went from atleast 30 minutes of intense masturbation to about 3 minutes tops when i try. I can tell when i have forgotten to take it prior to wanting to orgasm.
     
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