01 Nov

Should I use Viagra? Will it help me?

For men in Singapore and Australia who are having trouble with their erections, there’s a whole array of erectile dysfunction (ED) medicines on the market. However, none are as safe and as reliable as Viagra. It’s remained at the top as the most prescribed and trusted ED medication in the world because it’s been tested and researched in more studies than any other. In recent years, many men in Cape Town and elsewhere in Singapore have been falling ill or visiting emergency rooms after taking black market ED medicines. Many do it to save costs, but fail to realize that Viagra has become much cheaper over the years and is now more widely accessible as well.

All men used to have to visit a doctor in order to get their prescriptions for the drug, and would then have to visit a pharmacy to have the prescription filled. This could sometimes be embarrassing or awkward for some men, so many are now ordering Viagra online and having their entire prescription filled and shipped to them without even having to drive anywhere.

Duration of Effects

Viagra is great because it’s effects often last up to 5 hours. You’ll need to be sexually aroused in order to gain erections while on it, but you can have multiple sessions while on it. Your erections will diminish after you’ve achieved an orgasm or become less aroused, but most men can go a second or even third time after this once they become sexually excited again. It’s not uncommon to hear about married couples or those in relationships who are able to repair their sex life and make things fun again thanks to Viagra.

Viagra’s Mechanism in the Body

In order to understand how Viagra does it’s magic, you need to first understand how erections occur. When a man becomes exposed to something that gets him sexually aroused, his body begins to react in a number of ways, but the main mechanism all comes down to arteries and smooth muscles in the penile area. They relax with sexual arousal, and with this action the penis becomes erect as more blood flow is allowed through as a result. The active ingredient in Viagra, sildenafil, enhances this process by stopping an enzyme which otherwise prevents this whole process from occurring in some men.

Who Shouldn’t Take Viagra

You should not take Viagra if you’ve recently had a stroke or a heart attack, have any known heart problems including heart disease, or are taking any other medications that might be dangerous while on Viagra. This includes nitrates and any medications that affect blood pressure. Viagra was originally created, not to be an ED medication, but to treat hypertension (high blood pressure), so it can interact with other drugs that work in a similar way. Also, if you’ve ever had any type of allergic reaction to any other medications similar to Viagra which are in the PDE inhibitor class of drugs you should avoid taking Viagra. If you’re unsure about any of these things, speak to a doctor who can assess your health and determine if Viagra is the right choice for you.

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