Viagra: How it can it provide you with the sexual experience you desire?

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Viagra is one of many popular erectile dysfunction medications specially formulated to aid men who struggle to be ready when the time comes.

The active ingredient in Viagra is known as Sildenafil and works by expanding blood vessels in the penis, thereby boosting blood flow to the penis to promote a consistent erection for up to four hours. Viagra is easily accessible in Australia with a prescription from a medical doctor. It is affordable by prescription.

Alternatives exist, for example online pharmacies and stores which sell generic Viagra which is economically more affordable and serves the same purpose containing Sildenafil citrate.

The fact is that brand name Viagra (as well as most medications) are exorbitantly expensive for no reason at all besides the name behind them, and in Australia, stringent laws make it difficult to obtain Viagra without a script from your doctor. Viagra is suitable for men of all ages, old and young, who for whatever reason struggle to maintain a strong erection.

Viagra works by relaxing the blood vessels in your penis when you are sexually excited, and erections only occur when sexually aroused.

It is important to note that Viagra will not increase your sex drive. For dosages, Viagra ranges from 25mg, 50 mg, 75mg and 100mg, and occasionally up to 200mg depending on the needs of an individual. With your doctor’s advice this prescription will be customized for your needs. It can take 30 minutes to one hour for the effects of Viagra to set in. It is recommend to take Viagra only once a day, no matter the dosage.

The drug will not give you an erection without sexual stimulation.

When a man becomes aroused the brain sends a signal to the penis to release certain chemicals. Without this signal, erections cannot occur, so you will not have an erection for the entire duration of the drug.

Viagra comes in a tablet form (the blue pill) and must be taken with water, and not chewed.

If you take it with food the effect will take even longer to set in, so it is recommend not to consume anything beforehand. The effects do not take long to set in, and there is no rush. If you think or know something will happen, take a Viagra so you are ready! Taking a single dose of Viagra will allow you to keep a lasting erection as well as feel confident and like a man.

Occasionally, side effects will impact users of Viagra, most are benign and will go away with time.

Side effects include susceptibility to a rash, headache, dizziness, indigestion, dry mouth, heart burn, feeling hot, and irritability. Most men who take Viagra will not have any side effects, and as long as they are fit and healthy, nothing serious should happen. Viagra is an overall safe drug, as safe as most other drugs that help your performance.

Viagra has become one of the most well known drugs on the market today because of its power and dependability.

Once you try this drug, if you had any difficulty with erectile dysfunction, you won’t want to go back. Remember to follow all dosage guidelines and have fun! Viagra is designed to help restore men’s confidence in the bedroom.

I am a doctor from Melbourne

14 Comments

  1. Annete Thomas

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    Can women in their fertile years also take Viagra and what potential positive and negative effects will it have?

  2. Patrick Larkins

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    If I am a younger man experiencing erectile dysfunction, what are going to be any long term affects to my health? How to buy Viagra safely?

  3. Jordan Collins

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    Although Viagra is very helpful to those with erectile dysfunction, it does appear to be economically unfriendly and the prices for it could be lower.

  4. Arthur Robinson

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    I am a younger guy but have suffered from ED problems for many years. I tried some natural supplements like horny goat weed and yohimbe, but none of them worked. I then tried a 25 mg dose of Viagra and it sort of worked, but not like I was expecting. I then doubled up and did a 50 mg dose which was perfect. I now use the 50 mg and I would not change it for the world.

  5. Felix Baines

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    Well, I generally felt bad for him as we were high school sweethearts at the time, but he struggled with this alot. I def would wager that it had to do with his internal anxiety, the doc (both times) he had to go, once for his back, and once for this issue toward the end of our relationship assured him that his bits worked just fine, it was all in his head. It can lead to some emotional breakdowns in other areas for the man, and they should also seek counseling which is something I couldn’t get my former partner to consider. Thanks.

  6. Cooper Kaplan

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    I had experienced the problem sometime in 2012, an year after my marriage. I was on Prozac and had not until then experienced flaccidity. We were trying for a baby, and the sheer pressure of having to do it for the sake of a baby rather than a genuine bodily need probably affected me. I came out of it once I gave up Prozac.

  7. Cody McNeil

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    My husband has been suffering with erectile dysfunction for some time. And it has effected our love life in a very big way. His erectile dysfunction comes from diabetes and high blood pressure. It also has effected his self esteem. He has told me that it has effected him since he was in his early 30’s. His first wife was very judgemental because of his age so he never got any help with it. When we got together it started very soon after we became intimate, and it created a big problem obviously. So in 2015 he saw a Dr that finally addressed the issue. And he was given erectile medication that has helped ever since. He did try viagra in the beginning but it gave him a headache. So he tried Cialis and it worked very well. We both have no complaints and no headaches from the medication.

  8. Ryder Pearce

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    Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to get or keep an erection firm enough to have sexual intercourse. It’s also sometimes referred to as impotence. Occasional ED isn’t uncommon. Many men experience it during times of stress. Frequent ED can be a sign of health problems that need treatment.Obesity and metabolic syndrome can cause changes in blood pressure, body composition, and cholesterol which may lead to ED. Other conditions that may contribute to erectile dysfunction include Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, Peyronie’s disease, sleep disorders, alcoholism, and drug abuse.Most older men suffer not ED but erection dissatisfaction.
    Starting around age 50 (often earlier among smokers and, or, diabetics), erections change. In some men, the process is gradual, in others, it happens more quickly. Either way, older men lose the ability to raise erections solely from sexual fantasies.

  9. Jack Ronin

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    Erectile dysfunction is certainly an issue that not only makes you sexually incapable to please your partner, but it also affects you mentally. It is really hard for people that suffer from erectile dysfunction to have a high self-esteem. Personally, I have suffered about this during a brief period of time, I never found out why but after a few months it disappeared. I must say that for me it was not a big issue since I did not have a partner during that time period so I was not affected.

  10. George Thomson

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    Erectile dysfunction has been a problem I have been dealing with since a couple years ago. It greatly affects my sex driver as well as my partners sex drive. Overall this has become a problem in our relationship as I cannot grand my partner sexual satisfaction. https://genevepharmacie.nu/viagra-en-suisse/

  11. Finn Helman

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    I have dealt with erectile dysfunction since the year 2011. Things have never gotten better but I have gotten used to the shame. I went to a doctor but they gave me medicine for it, but it didn’t help.

  12. Toby Parker

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    Having to take medication after being labeled bipolar by Uncle Sam, my sex was going downhill, if you know what I mean. My wife became frustrated at my inability to perform for her. And I don’t blame her.

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