Viagra, Cialis, Levitra better relationships

Date Added: April 29, 2010 09:56:03 PM
Author: Brian Boxer Wachler
Category: Sciences: Search Engines
Sexual health and function are important for most men. As men age, erectile dysfunction is becoming increasingly more important. Since this issue is widely talked about in the media, men of all ages are seeking aid to improve their sexual relationships and experience a satisfying intimate life. Almost thirty mln of males in the United States are reported to be affected by erection problems. There are only 3 oral therapies sanctioned by the U.S. FDA to treat ED: Cialis, Levitra, and Viagra. The medications relax the vessels in the penis allowing more blood to flow to the organ, so that when a male is sexually stimulated, he can have an erection. There are subtle differences in how long and how quickly the medicine takes effect. Levitra works a little longer than Viagra. They both take effect in about half an hour. With Levitra, the effects last for around 5 hours. With Viagra, the effects last around four hours. Cialis works a little quicker (within approximately 15 minutes), and the effects last much longer - up to 36 hours in some cases. Although each drug has proved effective, none is cure-all. Furthermore they can result in problems if used with other drugs, in particular with nitrate or nitroglycerin cardiac medications, as well as trigger more general side effects, such as are bad headaches, giddiness, upset stomach, facial flushing and - in case of Viagra - visual changes. The medications are contraindicated in males with cardiac problems, physical deformities of the penis, in men with a predisposition to elongated erections triggered by blood cell disorders, liver and kidney problems, in males taking certain medications for HIV, in those over 65, in men having a recent history of a heart attack, stroke or heart rhythm disorder. There have been cases when males taking the pills died during sex. Please, speak to your GP before taking the medications. If your medical practitioner has prescribed you one of the medicines, stringently follow the recommended dose.

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