You’d been seeing him for a couple of months, really clicked with him but then he disclosed that he had long history of impotence and needed viagra. What would your reaction be?
Sex is important, but love and compatibility in other aspects of the relationship are much more important for a woman in the overall scheme of things. And if the medicine works, then I definitely would not have a problem with it. I’m secure in who I am. I don’t need a man to constantly have an erection and be pawing all over me to know that I am attractive and desirable.
There have been many younger women older men pairing for years. Some have been married for years and have several children. Some people might argue that the older men use viagra. But there have been many older men younger women relationships thru history who have had children years before Viagra. Did they have natural herbs or supplements? Did good health, exercise and being in shape play a role? I have some older men today don’t need Viagra but the ones that don’t tend to be in good shape and excellent health.
you know that watermelon and maca works as viagra so those old people must had used any one of them.
I’ve been told that Dragon Light herbal male tonic apparently really works as a replacement for viagra, not that i have a problem but it would be nice to keep it up a little longer for my girlfriend. I just want an honest answer from someone besides the guy trying to sell it. Does it keep you aroused and standing to attention or is it all just a farce?
the herbals just do not work, at least they did not for me. now i buy a generic of cialis from http://the-drug-store.com/ and just a half of a pill really works well.
I have been told by some that Viagra helps you to have multiple erections over a span of time thus allowing or helping for multiple sexual episodes in one night.
Is this true, or is it just good for one episode?
i dono i wanna try it sometime but i dont wanna end up gettin ed
I have been told by a few people and also read several times that taking a viagra before heavy aerobic exercise (in my case a bleep test) will help performance.
Can anyone shed some light on this please?
Viagra reduces blood pressure – is that what you want for exercise?
I have been taking 5 mg of lisinopril for about the last 3 years for borderline high blood pressure, i am pretty fit and active 33 yr old, i use the gym 4 times a week, football, cricket, rugby at weekends! But I am worried that taking Viagra might damage my heart permanently. Is it fine to take Viagra while using lisinopril or suffering with High Blood Pressure?
As long as your blood pressure is normal while taking the lisinopril. If you have low pressure pressure due to the lisinopril adding Viagra would not be good. So, clinically look for any headaches, weakness, dizziness(especially when sitting or standing up), heart racing. Those can be signs of low blood pressure. But, if you have no problems and your blood pressure readings are fine then you should have no trouble. Just DON’T take Viagra if you are on nitrates for chest pain. Examples of nitrates are: Imdur, Monoket, nitroglycerin(any form: patches, tablets, paste, capsules), Isordil.
That would be a bad choice.
I’ve been using a generic form of Viagra recreationally for over 5 years, even though I don’t strictly need it. My wife enjoys making love for a long time (several hours), and I find that Viagra desensitises me and so helps my stamina considerably. It also allows me to achieve multiple “pinnacles”. So, it helps us both!
But is it healthy for me to continue using it in this manner?
Actually, as long as you are in good physical health there should be no deleterious effect. The only problem with using Viagra, when it really isn’t needed, is that it can created a psychological addiction. Oftentimes, men who use Viagra, when they don’t really need it, find that long time use affects their ability to get an erection when they don’t have access to this medication,.
I’ve been told by my doctor that it isn’t but for some reason i don’t
believe him cos ive never heard about it. I think he just doesn’t want to per scribe them to me. Does anyone really know the answer? Thanks.
Like dougal said i dont think the doctor would lie to you there might be something in them that lowers the chances of conceiving or something. Try and research it on the internet and you may find your answer on there. To be honest i wouldnt think that it wasnt safe to take it but like i said it must be for your doctor to tell you this! Good luck TTC anyway without viagra LOL
Ok it probably has been asked a million times so this makes it a million and one. But how does products like viagra and cialis affect women who take it? I’m asking because my human sexuality teacher was talking to me about an episode of sex in the city where one of the women takes viagra, enjoys it and continues to take it so much that she can’t enjoy sex with it. I don’t know if that is true. But I thought I’d ask if there was any positive affect at all.
Chemically, it does exactly the same thing to women that it does to men – it makes nitric oxide more available in the genital tissues.
For men, this makes it easier for their penises to get and stay erect, but for women the effect is a bit different:
The extra blood that’s available for engorgement makes a woman’s clitoris and labia a little more swollen than would normally happen and that makes them a little more sensitive to stimulation… and the blood that engorges the vaginal lining is the source of some extra lubricating fluids that will be available – so she’ll be wetter/slipperier than usual too.
A lot of doctors (even though the FDA hasn’t yet approved it for this use) prescribe the stuff to women who have trouble with lubrication, arousal and/or orgasm due to antidepressant medication side-effects.
It does *not* make you hornier or change your sex drive at all…. I’ve been taking the stuff for years (I have MS that makes erections difficult for me) and all it does is make it possible for me to get hard when I *am* horny… but it does make you a lot more responsive.
I don’t want to block my own address. I don’t know who else this may have been sent to under my name and how to warn them not to open it. How do I keep it from happening again?
It is not hard and is in fact common practice for spammers to make an email appear to be from the accounts that they are sending spam to. First off never open SPAM. Secondly, you can report spam to the FTC by forwarding the spam with all headers to: email@example.com Note that they will know that you did not send the spam. Finally you can often filter your messages using key words like Viagra etc. instead of email addresses. I hope that you find this helpful. Have fun! It works! Matthew Miscisin (Author of The Big Book of Gymnastics Games)