Ok im 23 and have problems with erections.. I know its a stress/emotional related problem cause its not always and its fine when im alone.. will viagra help this?
Psychological impotence (induced by stress / anxiety) usually responds well to impotence medications such as Viagra®, Levitra® and Cialis®
So many things are unsafe, and I just wondered whether it would affect conception.
Yes… actually… if the commericals are to be believed… it should help you when you’re TTC’ing!! Remember that warning about erections lasting up to four hours part?
I have always wondered…
Viagra was originally patented as a blood pressure med, and during the clinical trial is when they discovered the men taking it, that prevouslly had Erectile Disfinction were suddenly getting erections, so I suppose they saw a bigger market for sales there and went that rout with it. That is why it is dangerous for men to take nitroglycerine while using it. So back to your question, it would probably just lower a womans blood pressure. As for a man taking a BC pill, probably not much would happen, as long as it was only once.
some american company called viagra keeps sending me emails and i don’t want them. please help me! =)
its not a company, viagra are medicine to give men erections.
And you can’t stop it, there are a lot of people (including myself) which are getting these stupid spam messages.
If theres a link inside the email which says click to remove subscription, and you have to fill in your email…. Don’t DO IT! it will only get you more spam
I’m not a drug user or anything and have no problems with erections.
Those guys are not correct, My boyfriend and I sometimes use it, and he gets erections by himself and does not need the drug, however when we use it he is ten times harder, and larger than normal. There are side effects like you will get flushed in the face and a stuffy nose. But its fine, try it!
Do zookeepers do that? Or would that not help?
They don’t have erectile dysfunction, they’re just not very interested in sex.
Most male mammals have a penis bone (Baculum), so their erections don’t work by hydrostatic pressure like humans. Viagra wouldn’t have any real effect on Yang-yang’s wang.
I’m in my forties, I don’t have any problems getting erections, but a friend told me that taking half a viagra will boost my sexual performance and also improve my ejaculation quantity. Is it safe for me to do so?
No. Besides your doctor has to prescribe it. You can’t get it without a valid prescription. It’s not to enhance sexual performance—that’s not what it does. It is only to sustain erections for men who can not get them or keep them. That’s it. Has absolutely NOTHING to do with how much you ejaculate. Your friend has really bad information.
Would it get harder than normal? Stay hard longer? Explode?
Viagra is made to work on men with decreased erectile function. In the non affected male, Viagra does not medically enhance erections. Side effects are still possible, visual disturbances, headaches, rare blood pressure changes (drops when combined with alcohol). Basically, you would get no medical benefit and still take all the risk. We deem this to be an unacceptable risk to reward ratio – so Viagra is not to be prescribed to men without erectile dysfunction and it is not to be used as a recreational drug.
Or what would you imagine would happen if a women took a dose of viagra?
I think the jury’s still out on that one. Some women say it helps with arousal, some say it does nothing. Some scientists say it helps with arousal in women because it works the same way erections do in men (increased bloodflow). Other scientists say it doesn’t work because bloodflow isn’t as important a factor in arousal in women as it is in men.
So yeah, seems the jury’s still out on that one.
You see my husband is diabetic and that causes him to sometimes have trouble erections I am worried I will be ovulating and he will not be able to do it and we will miss it that month. Timing is everything when you TTC. That way if he can’t then he can take a Viagra to do it.
It is absolutely ok to take one of the medications for erectile dysfunction while trying to conceive. However, he should obtain a minor physical (to rule out any heart problems) and prescription from either his regular Dr or a urologist. Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra are all suitable to help with his problem and his Dr will know which one is best for him. Hope this helps and lots of luck!