In South Africa, Viagra is the leading prescribed drug for erectile dysfunction, despite the fact that we’re seeing more competitor drugs flooding the market in recent years. This is because Viagra has millions of users around the world vouching for it’s efficacy, and hundreds of thousands of men continue to use it after experiencing great results their first time.
Viagra is perfect for those who feel they want to have sex but can’t achieve erections. It will not actually give you the desire to have sex as you must already be aroused or “”turned on”” in order for it to work. It doesn’t affect the actual signals in your brain related to sexual desire, but it does improve the blood flow through your veins and arteries which is what causes erections to take place. So it’s best to take each dose with water about an hour or two before you’re ready to engage in sex.
Not only can it greatly improve the stiffness and even the size of your erections, but it can help you maintain them over longer periods of time during sexual activity as well. The effects of Viagra last for up to 5-6 hours, but this depends on many different factors such as body type, diet, and whether there’s any pre-existing health conditions that may affect it’s potency.
In most men, the effects will more commonly begin to wear off after about 3-4 hours. Drinking alcohol while taking Viagra can also have a negative impact on the quality of your erections and how long the medication lasts. Now if you do have any pre-existing health conditions, you should speak to your doctor first about whether it’s safe for you to take Viagra. It’s definitely considered to be a relatively safe drug when you compare it to many other medications on the market these days. But as with all drugs, it can interact with a few other medications and can negatively affect certain health conditions.
Also, Viagra is intended for people who actually suffer from erectile dysfunction, which is the inability to get erections due to a lack of blood flow to the penis. If you’re having difficulty with your erections due to mental problems such as over-worrying about how you will perform sexually in bed, Viagra may not be suitable in your case. While it has helped some people regain their confidence back, it won’t always work for people suffering from performance anxiety.
Viagra’s side effects are not too common or even noticeable in most people, but those that have been reported by users include stuffy noses, acid reflux, headaches, visual changes, and dry mouth. Less commonly reported side effects can vary and should be reported to a doctor as soon as possible. Just keep in mind that Viagra has been used by millions of people worldwide and has remained legal in South Africa and elsewhere for good reason. It has a solid reputation, has been tested and studied more than any other drug of it’s type, and serious side effects are extremely rare and very unlikely in healthy adults.