Viagra, is it for you
Viagra: “Is It for You”
Advancements in the field of science have a tremendous effect in the lifestyle of people around the world. The things which we were only conceiving in our minds a long time ago came into reality after years of research and testing of the greatest minds of every century. The pursuit for the elixir of life has become a race for most developed countries so a lot of them are investing a lot of money, time and effort just to bring quality life in every household around the globe, most especially to those who can afford.
With these evident realities at hand, it is undoubtedly a fact that aside from the prolonging of life span, production of goods which are luxurious and would give immediate satisfaction is also being held as a primary consideration. In medical science, one such thing that has brought so much change in the lifestyle of people is the manufacture of Viagra, a drug that has been popular among people of all ages and races for adding more color to one of the basic needs of humanity---sex.
It is safe to remember that Viagra is not for everybody. Originally, Viagra was developed by Pfizer as a drug to help men who were suffering from chest pain. However, sildenafil citrate, the active ingredient of Viagra, as a heart medication did not show progress of attaining its purpose and studies were stopped in 1992. Yet, based on published information about some properties contained in sildenafil citrate, Pfizer researchers began to look at it as a treatment for erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction can also be termed as impotence or the difficulty to have an erection or maintaining it among males. Re-evaluation for its effect on the ability of men with ED to engage in sexual activity, and the ability to achieve and maintain erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual activity was taken.
Later, the clinical trials conducted by the researchers found Viagra to be so effective that the FDA approved it only six months after submission, and without consulting an advisory committee of outside experts because there were no troubling questions and no significant side effects. In furtherance to its primary uses, Viagra is being tested against pulmonary hypertension in children and infertility in women.
HOW IT WORKS
Basically Viagra’s appearance is bluish, diamond-shaped tablets with 25mg, 50mg, or 100mg strengths embossed on one side, denoting tablet strength. It works by dilating blood vessels throughout the body, allowing blood to flow more readily to the heart, lungs and other organs. Moreover, Viagra relaxes smooth muscle contractions in the penis. Around 70 percent of men using it reported some improvement in achieving and maintaining an erection. Effects normally begin within 30 minutes and last about 4 hours.
Since Viagra is only for those who have erectile dysfunctions, the drug must be taken orally once a day, one hour before the sexual activity. Viagra is not meant to be taken regularly for a prolonged period. Just take it when you need it.
An important thing to remember also is, you should not take Viagra if you are using nitrate drugs to control angina pain because the combination of the nitrate drugs and Viagra can lower your blood pressure dangerously putting your life in danger. The combinations of drugs are life-threatening for you. If it gives you an allergic reaction, do not use it again. Also, if you have severe heart problems where sexual activity can be a danger to your life, do not take Viagra.
Side effects of using Viagra include headache, flushed skin, and anxiety. Its serious risks can include distorted vision and priapism -- a painful, prolonged erection that may require medical intervention. Historically, 69 deaths were linked to Viagra during its first three months on the market so the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning against using it with amyl nitrate ("poppers"), nitroglycerin, and nitrous oxide since each dilates blood vessels, thus, a dangerous drop in blood pressure can result, leading to possible heart attack or stroke.
Probably yes. Firstly, men who take Viagra to obtain even greater pleasure from their sex life become so much used to the drug that they find their love life uninteresting without the use of Viagra, as compared to earlier. Secondly, to some men, the effect of Viagra may decrease with time hence these men are less likely to have a non Viagra erection as compared to earlier when they did not take Viagra. Moreover, some men with no performance problems except psychologically may take even far larger doses of the drug to satisfy their own perception of a satisfactory sexual performance.
With the facts given, the question now is, “Is it for you?” Think it over. Never rush.
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