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Viagra – A Reliable Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction

Available in tablet form in 25mg, 50mg, and 100mg doses, Viagra is an effective erectile dysfunction treatment for men who experience recurring erectile dysfunction. The tablet remains one of the most popular solutions for impotence and has been used by over 20 million men worldwide.

Particularly in older men, erectile dysfunction is a common medical condition. Erectile dysfunction causes vary and the problem can occur as a result of psychological or physiological factors. The severity of erectile dysfunction varies and can range from not being able to gain an erection when aroused to not being able to keep an erection for the duration of sexual activity.

Viagra gives men the opportunity to regain the healthy sex life that they desire.

Viagra Benefits

Developed by Centurion, Cenforce was one of the first impotence treatments to come to market and, as such, benefits from extensive clinical studies. These studies have shown that this impotence treatment can be effective in approximately 70% of cases depending on the dosage given.

Viagra has also been tested against specific medical conditions that can be a cause of male erectile dysfunction. The medicine worked in approximately 65% of cases with diabetes, 60% of spinal cord injury cases, and 80% of psychogenic causes.

Providing that sexual stimulation occurs during the period in which the drug is effective, Viagra has been seen to work within as little as 30 minutes.

Does Viagra Work And Create An Erection?

An erection is caused by an increase in blood flow to the penis, and, therefore, an inability to gain an erection is caused by a lack of good blood flow to the penis. Usually, a substance within the body known as Cyclic GMP is released during arousal that causes the blood vessels in the penis to dilate, allowing for extra blood flow. This substance is then broken down by an enzyme called Phosphodiesterase Type 5, allowing the penis to return to its soft, flaccid state.

In many cases of erectile dysfunction, it is large amounts of Phosphodiesterase Type 5 that prohibit Cyclic GMP from doing its job – this can mean that the penis never becomes fully erect, or that it becomes flaccid too quickly for sexual activity to fully occur.

Viagra uses the active ingredient Sildenafil, which is a Phosphodiesterase Type 5 inhibitor. This means that this erectile dysfunction tablet stops Phosphodiesterase Type 5 from removing Cyclic GMP in the bloodstream, allowing Cyclic GMP to keep the blood vessels in the penis dilated for longer. In practice, this helps patients to achieve an erection when sexually aroused and keep that erection for longer.

Who Can Take Viagra?

Viagra can be taken by any male over the age of 18 who suffers from recurring erectile dysfunction. Depending on the medical history of the patient and the specifics of the impotence problem, a doctor will prescribe a dose that suits your requirements if he believes it will help with your condition.

Who Should Not Take Viagra?

Viagra should not be taken by women, people under the age of 18 years old, those suffering from severe heart disorders, or those who have a history of strokes, low blood pressure, or severely decreased liver function. This treatment should also not be used in conjunction with nitrate medications, which include recreational drugs such as ‘poppers.

How To Take Viagra

Viagra should be taken no more than once per day, approximately one hour before planned sexual activity for the best results. The most common dosage of Viagra is a 100mg tablet, although the specifics of this will vary from patient to patient, and, as such, your dosage should only be decided by a qualified doctor. Usually, the starting dose is 50mg, unless other factors are present when 25mg would be more appropriate.

The tablet can be taken with or without food, although taking Viagra alongside a heavy meal may increase the time taken for results to occur. Equally, the consumption of alcohol alongside Viagra may impede the body’s natural ability to gain an erection and, as such, prolong the time before results occur.

Viagra Side Effects

Some minor side effects of Viagra may occur, although these are shown to disappear in patients who continued to use the drug. These side effects include headaches, facial flushing, dizziness, indigestion, and mild visual changes such as blurred vision. Many of these side effects are a direct consequence of the shift in blood pressure that occurs. If you experience any or all of these side effects regularly or in extremes, contact your doctor.

Please note that in the extensive clinical studies of Viagra, there are no recorded cases of a prolonged, uncontrollable erection, known as Priapism. This erectile dysfunction treatment does not instigate an erection, but rather gives the body an increased chance of gaining and sustaining an erection when arousal naturally occurs.

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Tom Perry, M.D., attended Tulane University and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. degree in Parasitology. He received his M.D. degree in 1983 from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, where he gained extensive research experience, including studies conducted through the National Institutes of Health.