Viagra hit the market in 1998 thanks to a company named Pfizer. One small pill made for some very big results. Men worldwide with difficulties finding permanence and comfort in brevity could now explode in girth and prolongation. Despite this miracle, the market has not been quiet!
See, we heard you! The common complaint was: it takes too long for these damn pills to work! If you take them early, you might still be out at the club and then you risk knocking drinks over when you come off the dance floor. And once you’re at home, if you take too long, your date has fallen asleep waiting. Yes, yes, you could prod her awake with your lovely surprise, but they are peaceful now. And then there’s just you and the one man fireworks display in the shower. Been there, done that!
Viagra super active: is it really cheaper?
The other thing is, you don’t even need to take as much. Just 100 mg works the same as 150 mg of regular Viagra! Less worry about side effects! It’s also so much cheaper. I mean, you’re already paying for the date right? No? Maybe that’s just me.
Side effects and precautions
As with any prescription drug, you should have a chat with your Doctor and disclose any relevant health conditions that might impact on your use. We are looking for a happy ending, here.
If you have:
• Heart diseases, blood pressure problems, or other cardiovascular complications
• Blood cell diseases
• Kidney or liver disease
• Eye diseases
• Stomach ulcers
• Problems with your lungs
• Deformations or injuries to the penis
• Allergic reactions, especially to sildenafil
Have a stiffy, don’t be a stiffy. Have a chat with your doctor first.
Be wary of driving or operating machinery because all that blood flow down south may make you somewhat light headed. No, seriously.
If you’re taking any medications, it’s a good idea to tell your Doctor about those too, so they might check for contraindications. Medications which may interfere with your success include:
• Blood pressure medication
• Medications for seizures
• Antifungal medication, and antibiotics
• HIV protease inhibitors
All our products are tested under to the highest professional pharmaceutical standards. Our safety bar is a high as Frank could reach. He’s the tall one, with the goatee. Viagra Super Active helped him, but like Frank (Frank came out in spots during some unofficial testing with our receptionist, Susan.) you may still need to be on the look out for side effects. We’ve noticed the following:
• Headache, dizziness, changes in vision
• Upset stomach
• Flushing, rashes
• A stuffy nose
• Muscle aches and pains.
Viagra Super Active only contains the active ingredient sildenafil citrate and a filling gel. You should store it at 15-25 C, and keep it out of direct sunlight and the out of the reach of the children. If it’s out of date, chuck it. With the money you’ll save on it now, it’s no biggie!
Male Practitioner in Melbourne. My interests: erectile dysfunction, STD, female libido.