Viagra review from patients

“That love pill, the blue one, took me to the clouds”

 

This is how Carlos sums up his first experience with Viagra. He did not need it, he is 18 years old, but he did it motivated by his friends who told him how good he feels and how pleasant it is for the girls.

The young man says that night was the first of many; I was in a rumba and, between flirting and flirting, the moment occurred. “I stayed very well and I stayed like a prince with the girl, but I felt very comfortable with the heat on my face and my heart was pounding with the quick thought that I felt rumbling in my head”.

This use is not new. This is stated by the urologist Roberto Iv├ín Giraldo, who warns young people about the drug’s use. “They do not need it, because of their age, they do not suffer from erectile dysfunction and they do not have an obvious comorbidity that prevents them from having a pleasurable erection”.

Comorbidity refers to diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, coronary problems, hypercholesterolemia and neuropathies that do affect sexual performance.

Also, he explains, it does not generate any benefit, and its erection, in itself is already good. “The drug is excellent for people over 50 who suffer from a degree of erectile dysfunction.

About the effects, much is said. Apart from prolonging the erection, vasoactive agents such as Viagra or its generics produce increased nasal congestion, headache, blurred vision, redness of the face and other unnecessary adverse reactions in adolescents.

However, there is a percentage of people with these drugs may suffer from priapism, ie a sustained and painful erection, and others, especially in black men, may suffer damage to their red blood cells.

Although the effect of the pill in the first phase, according to patients, is very good, the urologist Giraldo says that as the distention of the corpora cavernosa increases in the penis, there comes a time when there is so much blood that the albumin compresses the arterial blood supply and there may be oxygenation disorders, fibrosis and even necrosis.

The treatment, according to Giraldo, is based on injections to tear down priapism, including drainage surgeries to remove the clots that remain inside, and as a result, almost all are left with large losses of erection. “In conclusion, they go from having everything to having nothing.

master in sexual therapy and teacher at the University of Caldas, ensures that the use of these oral vasodilators in young people may be motivated by that desire for experiences and feel new things. However, it clarifies that it can happen that anxiety about sexual performance generates a vasoconstriction process that prevents them from achieving erections or when they already have it, they lose it due to anxiety and anguish.

“It is in these cases that they go to Viagra and, although it sometimes works and regains confidence, this can generate dependency, because they will be requiring the medication for a good operation.”

For Arcila there are other boys who do not even take these pills get erections, which causes them discomfort, insecurity and sometimes come to feel so bad that they consider to take their own lives. “A young man comments that if he is not going to be able to function as a man, what is the meaning of life?”

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