Viagra As A Treatment For ED In Australia

Viagra As A Treatment For ED In Australia

It has made my life so much better, because I am able to perform so well now

When FDA approved Viagra in 1997, few people had expected it to be such a huge commercial success. In only a few years, Viagra took over the medical world, entered the popular culture, from movies and songs to inevitable jokes. What used to be an embarrassing and rarely publicly discussed topic up to that point, erectile dysfunction became much more socially acceptable diagnosis thanks to Viagra and its popularity. At that time, Viagra became the first erectile dysfunction medication taken orally, further adding to its favorable status.

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Market competitors

Although hugely popular, Viagra is not the only erectile dysfunction treatment drug available on the market. Among competitors, Cialis is a drug that also enjoys worldwide acceptance. Comparing the two, the research shows that Cialis stays longer in the body system and also has a secondary benefit of treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia. While there is no quantified data to determine the final verdict, by virtue of the longer time on the market, Viagra is more popular and accepted by the general populace.

Who experiences ED

Erectile dysfunction is a common problem among men. According to Cleveland Clinic, 40% of males age 40 and younger experience various forms of erectile dysfunction, whether it is of a temporary of more permanent, chronic nature. The same study puts the number of men with same issue at the age of 70 to a significant 70%. The causes of erectile dysfunction can be either of psychological or medical nature. Nowadays, erectile dysfunction is well understood and different treatments for this problem are available.

Active ingredient

Sildenafil, the official medication name better known under brand name Viagra, acts on the medical causes of ED. Specifically, Viagra relaxes muscles in the blood vessels, which in turn increases the blood flow to different areas of the body. It is important to state that, like many other erectile dysfunction medicines, Viagra does not itself trigger an erection, but enhances blood flow to penis, and thus helps maintaining an erection. In other words, sexual stimulation is still necessary in order for Viagra to be effective.

Getting a prescription

One of the most popular characteristics of Viagra is that, in general, it is only to be taken when required. There is no prescribed regime of therapy over certain time interval. In most countries, Viagra is a prescription drug, and following the prescription directives in regards to the dosage and frequency should be followed. Viagra should be taken at no less than 30 minutes before the intercourse, but it is effective even if taken up to 4 hours before. Sildenafil (Viagra) is available in 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg pills. The most commonly used dosage is 50 mg, but many patients find it necessary to increase the dosage to the maximum of 100 mg, and some experiment with decreasing it to 25 mg. It is not recommended to take Viagra more than once a day, regardless of which pill size is taken.

Unlike many other medicines, it is not necessary to take the medication with food.

Are there side effects

Sildenafil has several well documented side effects that patients need to seriously consider when taking this medication. The side effects range from very common ones to the rarely reported ones. The most common side effects of Sildenafil include nausea, headache, abnormal and blurry vision, upset stomach, dizziness or muscle pain. In rare instances, patients reported temporary vision and hearing loss or an erection that lasts for several hours. This condition is called priapism, and it requires the patient to seek medical help immediately in this case – otherwise, permanent damage to penis tissue can occur.

Known conditions that don’t mix well

The most serious consideration to taking Viagra needs to be given to patients with high blood pressure or certain heart conditions since in rare cases the complications may include heart attack and death. Specifically, Viagra should not be taken by patients who are using other medicines to treat pulmonary hypertension or nitrates for heart condition treatment. Additionally, patients with chronic liver or kidney disease, abnormal blood pressure (both high and low) or blood cell disorder, should consult the doctor before taking Viagra. Drugs used for other treatment, such as some antibiotics, drugs used in treatment of HIV patients and anti-fungal medicines can adversely react with Viagra leading to a possible diminishing effect of the pill.

What are the risks

One of the most significant risks in recent years is availability of Viagra on the Internet, which sometime leads to distribution and consumption of counterfeit pills. While most common outcome in those cases is a medication that does not have any effect on the patient, caution should be exercised and some unknown side effects may arise.

15 Responses to “ “Viagra As A Treatment For ED In Australia”

  1. Hayden Lynes says:

    Viagara is an excellent option for men suffering from erectile dysfunction. It does not work for everyone. Some men find that altering their dosage makes the drug more effective whilst others do not find it effective. In my opinion the younger you are and the healthier you are the more likely it is that Viagara will help you. If you are a man and have problems getting an erection there is no good reason not to give Viagara a shot.

  2. Daniel McNeil says:

    I struggle to maintain an erection so my doctor recommended Viagra. What a difference maker! The erections are like when I was 18 years old. Takes effect after 30 minutes and my wife loves it more than I do. I no longer have problems not lasting any longer. The best part is I can get hard 4 or 5 times over 3 to 5 hours and again in the morning. I am in my mid 40s”

  3. Seth Ellis says:

    I did it for recreational use, which has to be done with caution. It’s a medicine and it makes you have all the problems a medicine has”

  4. Leo Green says:

    I’ve used it at a carnival. It was like the best thing in this world. You become a superman. It gets 4 to 7 times a night and no problems for a week in a row (oh Carnival 2013 …), and it just doesn’t do it anymore because it skinns the poor guy and has to take a hard way. I did it for recreational use, which has to be done with caution. It is a medicine and it causes you to have all the problems a medicine has: It may cause dependence if misused, self medication is not indicated, it may cause side effects that a doctor may notice before taking and tell you whether or not , and the amount of the active ingredient has to be followed, as taking too much can cause problems.

    Buying the blue is super easy, just get to the pharmacy and order “Sildenafil Citrate”, which is the active ingredient in generics.

    It has in various sizes from 25mg, 50mg and 100mg. I have a kinda scientific interest in the things I do, so I’ve tried several to compare the effect. For me 25 already gave the degree. 100mg did not increase potency, but increased side effects. So it concludes that it is best to take one out of 100 and divide it into 4. Even because it is much cheaper.

  5. Aidan Noble says:

    I am 27 and I do not have ED problems. If i will ever have any sort of ED related problems I will try Viagra for sure.

  6. Levi Black says:

    I am a 65 year old male who has been struggling with ED for multiple years now. Thanks to Viagra, I am able to combat ED and get back to my life.

  7. Maxwell Hamilton says:

    I am 35 and have a difficult time maintaining an erection. I talked to my doctor about all of my problems, and he suggested Viagra. When I started taking Viagra, my problems went away, with few if any side effects. Talk to your doctor about Viagra today.

  8. Adam Baker says:

    When I first was prescribed Viagra for my ED, I was pretty skeptical and wondered if it would really work. I took my first dose and waited for an hour before I went after my wife for sex, and sure enough, the erection came on with enough force to almost rip my bedsheets. It left me with no side effects except a slight headache, but it was worth it for the awesome sex.

  9. Eli Swan says:

    I used to have ED, but then I started taking viagra. What a life changing event. It took less than a day to start working and it was super duper awesome. One of the best decisions I’ve made in my life. I only take the 25mg dose.

  10. Lewis Black says:

    Viagra has completely restored my sex life. My husband and I are so grateful. He takes the recommended dosage each day and we are able to have incredible sex! It is the next best thing that could have possibly happened to us. Thank God!

  11. Harley Richardson says:

    I took Viagra as a joke when I was 30. However, it worked like a charm. My penis has never been harder. I could have hammered tacks with that thing for at least 47 straight days. Instead, I used it to fuck prostitutes. It was great. Except I got a lot PSTD. Plenty of STDs. I didn’t know what to do, so I just kept fucking the whores. It was great. I would definitely recommend Viagra to any of my friends.

  12. Joseph Spencer says:

    The best part about Viagra is that you almost forget you even take it. I recently took a 50 mg dose and went to town and when I was done I didn’t even remember taking the pill but I had.

  13. Jackson Thompson says:

    I am tired of not being able to have sex with my husband. Up until now, I have been very patient and understanding. But we haven’t had good sex in two years! I am starting to get very fed up. I am so unsatisfied. I need him to go see a doctor but he won’t. I just don’t know what to do about it…

  14. Kai White says:

    Having erectile dysfunction is a serious condition but thanks to Viagra I have been able to continue living as if I don’t have ED. The most easy thing is popping 25 mg when I know I’m going to need it.

  15. Ethan Wall says:

    I didn’t actual believe that I would have ED, but in my 40s, my performance in bed was not up to what my partner was used to over tthe many years. But, now that I am admitting my issue, I know that I can get back on track in the sex and romance department.

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