Viagra, also known as sildenafil, is a commonly used medication in the treatment of erectile dysfunction and in some cases, certain blood pressure conditions. First developed and released in the 1990s, Viagra allows men to safely treat erectile dysfunction as and when necessary, eliminating the need for daily treatment or medication. The enduring popularity of Viagra can be attributed to the relatively low number of side effects most users experience, combined with the fact that in many parts of the world it remains an affordable medication for most people.
To begin, we will take a closer look into the use of Viagra and the sort of side effects that can be expected, alongside commonly asked questions regarding how long it takes to begin working, and how long it may last. The side effects of Viagra are minimal in most users, and are typically light headaches, mild nausea, and a stuffy nose. In very unlikely cases, more serious interactions have occurred. However, for many people, there are not any notable side effects. Continued use of Viagra over extended periods of time is also considered safe as there are no side effects associated with prolonged long term use, and it is not considered habit forming.
Viagra can be taken at any time of the day or night, and will be most effective if taken at least half an hour prior to sexual activity. In terms of how to take it, some doctors advise that Viagra should be taken on an empty stomach as this allows the body to accept the sildenafil into the system faster and more efficiently. However, few users have complained about any issues taking with food. Viagra lasts in the system for around 4 hours, which means that it does not necessarily need to be taken or planned half an hour in advance, it can simply be taken at the start of the evening, or before a date and will remain effective through most of the evening. Newcomers to Viagra often have the question of wether or not the drug will give them an erection at an inconvenient time or place – the answer is no; Viagra simply allows the flow of blood to the penis as and when stimulated.
Buying Viagra in Australia is simple, and costs less than some may think. Because Viagra is not a drug that needs to be taken on a daily basis, the costs associated with it can be broken down into quite an affordable way. For example, in Australia, one pill works out to just under $4 at most online retailers – less than a cup of coffee. Many online pharmacies ship in certain amounts, and in various doses, and it is typical to pay around $50 for approximately 20 pills. For some, this may last a long time as not everybody necessarily needs to take Viagra every time they wish to gain an erection, it is simply a useful aid as and when it is deemed necessary by the user. Most outlets will deliver fast and discreetly, which is important for many customers.
In 2009, the AFP (Australian Family Physician) conducted a study that showed that one in five men in Australia faced issues relating to ED with many more remaining undiagnosed and without treatment. Furthermore, other studies have shown that isn’t just the middle aged seeking the use of Viagra, more and more young people are finding it a useful aid in an increasingly stressful world. Viagra has always been a simple solution to a big problem for a great number of men all around the world, and it’s easier than ever to access treatment.
Male Practitioner in Melbourne. My interests: erectile dysfunction, STD, female libido.