Never buy internet viagra

Viagra is a very specialized drug, and it use should not be taken lightly. Not taking Viagra in a responsible way can seriously damage your health, especially if you have problems such as a heart condition, or suffer from high blood pressure. The problem with Viagra is that it is now being sold under many different names on the Internet. This is called generic medication and is often produced in places like India or China. Is it safe? No, it isn’t always safe. Maria who works for London escorts, says that her father bought some. He was about embarrassed about his medical condition, and did not want to speak to his doctor. But like so many London escorts know, this is not a drug to be played around with at all.

Maria has worked for charlotte action escorts services for about two years. During that time she has always known that her father has suffered from a heart condition. The condition reduces his circulation quite severely, and makes it difficult for him to maintain a good erection. Most London escorts know that this can happen to men who have circulatory problems, and Viagra is one of the many solutions available. But, you should never take any drug without having spoken to your doctor first.

Maria’s dad took Viagra which he had bought of the Internet and ended up having a heart attack. She says it is complicated, but the Viagra contraindicated with the medication that he was already on. That means that it caused a problem and the two drugs mixed together caused her father to have a heart attack. Maria had to take two weeks off from London escorts services, and go to look after her mom whilst her dad was in hospital. It was a worrying time for my mom, she says, so I simply had to take time off from London escorts. It was the only way to cope.

In the end, Maria’s dad recovered and Maria was able to return to her job at London escorts services. It was scary, she says, and taught be a valuable lesson. You should never take drugs without knowing what they can do, and I am sure that many London escorts appreciate that Viagra should not be played around with just like other medications. The fact is, says Maria, my father could have died. Of course, my mom and I would both have been devastated.

The Internet is full of sexual performance enhancing drugs and you should at all times be careful.

There are some safe alternatives out there such as the amino acids, and herbal alternatives. However, London escorts would like you all to know that the herb Ginseng can be dangerous as well. It can “knock out” some heart medications and raise your blood pressure. This is another online sexual enhancement drug which London escorts warn you to stay away from at all times. If, you do have a concern about your performance, it is always best to see your local GP.


Viagra: Who Should Take It And Does It Work?

In March 1998, the FDA approved the use of Viagra, often referred to as “the little blue pill” to treat impotence. In a matter of weeks, over 40,000 Viagra prescriptions had been filled. Today, a number of celebrities, including Michael Douglas and Ashton Kutcher, admit to having used Viagra more than once. So, who really needs Viagra, who is actually taking it, and does it really work?

Who Needs It?

Intended for men struggling with erectile dysfunction, or the inability to achieve and maintain an erection, Viagra is primarily used by men in their early to mid 50’s, according to Pfizer, the drug manufacturer. However, with approximately 40 percent of men in their 40’s also dealing with some degree of erectile dysfunction, Pfizer is now actively marketing to this age group. For example, Rafael Palmeiro, a member of the Texas Rangers, is appearing in ads promoting the drug, at the young age of 37. Essentially, any man who struggles with impotence, whether on a consistent or irregular basis, can benefit from the use of Viagra.

Who is Using Viagra?

While plenty of men who need Viagra are using it, there are also plenty of users routinely taking it, despite the fact they don’t actually need it. Men, as young as their early 20s, are taking Viagra in an effort to enhance their sexual performance, as well as to decrease how long it takes them to recover after sex and get ready for another round. Referred to as the “refractory period”, it usually takes around 20 minutes or longer for a man to recover, but Viagra shorten this period of time to approximately 10 minutes. Unfortunately, the recreational use of Viagra is more likely to result in a psychological dependence that makes it almost impossible to achieve an erection without it as men become older.

Does Viagra Really Work?

For many men (and women), this is the most important question. The truth is that yes, Viagra does work for the majority of men who try it. Between 70 and 85 percent of men with ED caused by the side effects of medications, physical factors, and even psychological factors, such as anxiety, find that Viagra works very well for them. It is important to note that Viagra, as well as other ED drugs, will not get an erection if they are not aroused or interested in sex. Essentially, while Viagra is not an aphrodisiac, there is a pretty good chance that it will work if a man has a desire to have sex.

Potential Side Effects

Let’s take a quick look at the potential side effects associated with the long term use of Viagra. Interestingly, hearing loss, as well as temporary vision loss and double vision are not uncommon. Viagra can also increase the incidence of gastric reflux and other intestinal problems, such as diarrhea. Finally, cardiomyopathy, irregular heartbeat, and heart palpitations have been reported.

For thousands, if not millions of men, Viagra has had a positive impact on their sexual health. Could it benefit your relationship?