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Viagra for Cramps?!

Penn State study says the ED drug may help women.

Penn State researchers say a popular medication for men may help women with severe cramps. A new study finds that Viagra, used to treat erectile dysfunction, may also relieve severe menstrual cramps. That's the conclusion of a research team led by the Penn State College of Medicine.

Scientists say in a small study, when given internally, Viagra alleviated menstrual pain with no apparent side effects. However, in pill form it often resulted in headaches. 

Scientists say the drug  may help with pelvic pain because it can lead to dilation of the blood vessels.

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