I’ve often pondered what is supposed to be so magical about “the little blue pill”? I mean, does it make you last longer in the bedroom? Does it make your erection? Does it turn you into a raging sexual Tyrannosaurus? The issue is, everyone has these thoughts when they see the commercials, but no one wants to talk to their friends or ask questions about it. Unfortunately, this leaves us with only one half of the story. Well, I decided I was going to stop wondering and find out for myself. So I did my research on Viagra, and here’s what I found.
This is your health involved here, your past medical history especially heart related illnesses and diseases. So just go see your regular doctor and say something like, “I’m interested in Viagra, if I’m healthy enough to try it, or that you are just curious about it”. If you are healthy enough, and you have a conversation about your rationale for using it, I’m sure it will be no problem. This conversation can pay dividends, as it will start the process the proper way under doctor supervision, and not supervision like that, but he can look at other medicines you may be taking to check for confections.
Probably 99.9% of men are not aware that there are non-chemical alternatives that seems to work well for many men with ED. You really have to do your research and decide if you want to go the medical route or if you want to try an alternative method, as most who suffer from erectile deficiency, it can be more mental than a physical affliction, and the non-medical route may be more of a sugar pill type situation, the important thing is you find something that works for you.
Now about the medicine itself, first of all, Common uses: This medicine is a phosphodiesterase inhibitor used for treating erectile dysfunction. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. The active ingredient is called Sildenafil. By most medicine label standards, this one seems kind of domestic, doesn’t seem that dangerous. However, possible side effects include: Diarrhea, dizziness, flushing, headache, and heartburn, mild temporary vision changes, blurred vision, sensitivity to light, stuffy nose, or upset stomach. There are several warnings that come with the prescription. Basically, it warns you not to take Viagra with drugs such as nitrates, high blood pressure medication, etc. Also, it you’ve been using any sort of drugs or device to get an erection, or if you have eye problems, ulcers, heart problems you need to stay away from Viagra. They also Caution: This medicine may cause dizziness, drowsiness, light headedness, fainting or blurred vision.
Storage considerations, it’s recommended to store this medicine at 77 degrees, away from heat moisture and light. Brief storage between 59 and 86 degrees F is permitted. Do not store in the bathroom.
Time for you to continue to find out more about Viagra and if its right for you, it’s certainly worth a try, just because you’re getting older, doesn’t mean you have to be old.
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