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Make Your Sexual Life Enjoy with Viagra

by: Susan Allen

Sex is one of the precious gifts of god and everyone should enjoy it and without this world cannot be formed.
Men always want to keep their sexual partner happy. Sometimes due to the age, stress, hormonal imbalances and because of several other things men become powerless to get an erection. Viagra increases the body’s ability to achieve and maintain an erection during sexual stimulation. Viagra does not protect you from getting sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV.
Viagra has actually proved ecstasy for that man who experienced from erectile dysfunction. Viagra can not be taken with heart disease, diabetes, or any brutal physical problems. Viagra has absolutely been a hope for take pleasure in sexual pleasure.
Viagra and Cialis, the drugs used to treat impotency, may be associated with an increased risk of optic nerve damage in men with a history of heart attack or high blood pressure, suggests a small study in the British Journal of Ophthalmology. Viagra (sildenafil) improves arousal, orgasm and sexual enjoyment and decreases pain during intercourse for young women with diabetes and sexual dysfunction.
Viagra comes under the class of drug called phosphodiesterase inhibitors, it manipulates and blocks an enzyme called phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE-5), and helps the smooth muscles in the penis to get relaxed and widen, and that allows more blood to flow to the penis resulting in faster and easier erection.
Diabetic women may experience sexual dysfunction due to vaginal dryness, discomfort, and other factors. It was found that Viagra use was associated with significantly improved arousal, orgasm, and enjoyment. Only desire and frequency did not change significantly. A special ultrasound test was used to measure blood flow in the clitoris. Viagra was found to be associated with an improved blood flow. Use of Viagra may cause some side effects, such as headache, flushing, stomach upset, diarrhea, stuffy nose, blurred vision, color blindness of blue and green, and increase light sensitivity etc. Some user may experience prolonged abnormal, painful erections, if these problem persist for longer period, user must consult with a doctor as early as possible. Viagra is the first thing on mind for men trying to cope with erectile dysfunction. The fact is that there are 30 million and more who are facing a risk to potency in the world today. Its dosage varies from person to person, but the most recommended dose is 50mg, some user may require the dose of 100mg. Some men may find it hard to confess that they are impotent. There are so many online pharmacies selling generic Viagra that seems to be the rule of the day due to its cheap pricing. However people who buy Viagra or Generic Viagra online must be aware of legalities of online pharmacies and buy only from the certified ones to do away with the fake drugs.

This article has been published by content writer of http://www.benzer2.com. Susan Allen has experience of many years in writing articles and news articles on various topics related to freebies. She has also started writing articles on health which can be seen in comming days. For more information about this article and product,please visit http://www.sexualhealthnet.info If any error is found in this article, please feel free to contact us at susanallen123@gmail.com

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