How does Penegra act?
Penegra acts upon the tissues and blood vessels, making them more elastic and permitting the access of a greater amount of blood. Consequently the penis size increases and it becomes more rigid. The medication reacts in this manner only if there is a sexual stimulus. When the sexual act is over or the excitation disappeared, the drug does not have effect anymore. Women must not take this medicine even if some people say that Penegra can have a similar effect, permitting to the erectile tissue of the clitoris to be intensely vascular. There were performed tests on women and they wee not convincing. Some doctors recommend Penegra to women with physiological dysfunctions, but they mustn’t be taken by women who have psychological disorders under any circumstances. You’d better talk to your doctor if you are a woman and you are tempted to take Penegra. Penegra is not an aphrodisiac and it is not a drug which can be taken during a habitual cure. It is a pill which must be taken orally only w