Male Enhancement Pills
What Do You Really Know About Them?
Viagra made a big statement when it was released a few years ago. Although the initial hype has declined sharply, there is still a lot of market demand. Although the drug is very popular, many men very rarely know much more than just the name.
Here is some information about Viagra that you may not be familiar with.
First, Viagra is a drug that you can only buy on prescription. There are no exceptions to this rule. There are many fraudulent websites out there telling you that they can buy Viagra to you without a prescription, but you're guaranteed to get a fake drug. From what you know, you can just buy a drug from ingredients that you can buy yourself at the local grocery store!
This brings us to the question of how to get a recipe. The simple solution is to see a doctor. He will diagnose your situation and then decide if it is right for you. As embarrassing as it sounds, this is pretty much the only way to get a prescription for Viagra. Most doctors will prescribe Viagra safely once they find you have erectile dysfunction or erectile dysfunction.
Before you get a prescription, you should also learn a little more about Viagra prices. They are quite expensive and the prices depend on the number of tablets you buy. They come in three strengths. 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg. The doctor will prescribe a strength based on your age, physical condition, etc. Not everyone can take the highest dose of Viagra because it has no side effects. The most common side effects of Viagra are usually headache, flushing, upset stomach and vision problems. The doctor will also ask if you are taking nitrates, which are usually prescribed for chest pain. If you are taking nitrates, you are not prescribed Viagra because it can lead to heart attacks if you take nitrates.
Once the doctor determines the strength of Viagra to start with, he will give you a prescription that you can use to buy the drug. You can shop from reputable online sources as long as they are listed on the official Viagra website. Do not start searching with a search engine as you are forced to find yourself on a scam site selling unnecessary pills. Search the Viagra () website to find out more about the authorized distributors.
50 Viagra pills, no matter how strong, cost around $ 860. As you can see, they are certainly expensive. However, they are still very popular because some men need them to appear in bed. For Viagra customers, it is a reasonable amount to pay because they cannot live without it.
Are drugs the best way to restore sexual desire?
Western cultures instinctively look for pills to heal everything that affects them. This explains in part the huge success of Viagra in treating erectile dysfunction in men. Of course, women do not suffer from erectile dysfunction, but often suffer from hypoactive sexual desire disorder (FHSDD), a lack of sexual desire. Viagra does little to treat FHSDD, but the search for a pill for FHSDD is ongoing.
The new main competitor is Flibanserin, which was developed by the German company Boehringer Ingelheim. The drug belongs to the large class of drugs used to treat depression, such as Prozac, Zoloft and Welbutrin. Flibanserin was originally developed to treat depression, but has been shown to be ineffective. Medications that treat depression increase the levels of chemicals in the brain called neurotransmitters. Dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine are the three most commonly manipulated neurotransmitters. Flibanserin has been found to increase levels of domamine and serotonin in the brain.
Fluoxetine (Prozac) and sertraline (Zoloft) mainly work in the brain to increase serotonin levels. One of the many side effects of these drugs is the reduction in women's sexual desire. Although the side effect of decreased sexual desire worries many women who are taking these medications, I have found that very few would stop them for this reason. The beneficial effects of the drug on depression, panic disorders and general well-being are usually an advantage that outweighs the loss of sexual desire.
This brings me to the antidepressant bupropion (Welbutrin). Bupropion increases dopamine and norepinephrine levels in the brain and, like flibanserin, causes an increase in sexual desire in women. In my practice, I have had modest success using bupropion to treat FHSDD. The problem with bupropion is that many patients do not tolerate it very well. High doses of bupropion have long been known to increase the risk of seizures, and low doses (everything that is currently being used) cause a feeling of restlessness. Less common side effects are weight loss and insomnia. Many women on Bupropion tell me that they don't like how they feel.
Flibanserin has been shown to have a modestly positive impact on sexual desire and arousal, and it has been shown that pleasurable sexual activity occurs more often. The side effects appear to be significant, with a dropout rate of 15% in the studies. The effects of flibanserin are not immediate, but can be long-lasting. Flibanserin is primarily intended for pre-menopausal women, with hormone replacement therapy and testosterone being a better choice for post-menopausal women.
As a westerner and doctor, I am naturally inclined to consider pills as the best solution to all of our problems. Flibanserin can be helpful in triggering sexual desire, but when you get there, FHSDD is a mental disorder, not a chemical imbalance. Adjusting brain chemistry to compensate for relationship deficits is not the best line of attack for this problem. For those of you who don't believe that FHSDD is primarily a psychological problem; Think of the widespread finding that a woman with FHSDD who has found a new relationship almost always has a sudden sexual appetite. It comes from the unconscious fulfillment of his true sexual desire.The best way to restore sexual desire is to understand what your true sexual desire is and find ways to achieve it. That is all it takes to release the necessary neurotransmitters. Forget the pills and focus on your relationship.