Can Viagra cure ED? Take Back Control

Men between the ages of 40 and 65 years are affected by erectile dysfunction (ED). The incidence of ED or impotence rises with age. Viagra could be a solution in some cases.

What Is ED?

ED is a condition where a man is unable to regularly sustain an adequate erection for sexual intercourse. Medical professionals usually use the term “erectile dysfunction” or impotence to describe damage to smooth muscles, arteries, and nerves of the penis.

Ed is different from other conditions that interfere with sexual intercourse, such as premature ejaculation and orgasm, and lack of sexual desire. With ED there is damage to blood vessel and nerves of the penis due to diabetes mellitus. Other causes include low testosterone levels, multiple sclerosis, atherosclerosis (a disease of the nervous system), kidney disease, and even chronic alcoholism. Injury to the penis caused by surgical procedures like prostate surgery that damage the nerves and blood vessels also cause ED. Other external injuries to the penis, pelvis bladder or the spinal cord are also culprits.

Viagra FDA Approved

FDA recently approved the use of Viagra, an oral drug for the treatment of ED. Viagra inhibits the enzyme PDE5 hence allowing the cyclic GMP to stay longer in the system, maintaining sufficient erection. Viagra is not an aphrodisiac and will not induce an erection unless there is actual sexual stimulation!
Kamagra original 100mg is also an excellent alternative to Viagra. One of the most effective generic brands of Sildenafil, Kamagra tablets has developed quite the reputation over the years for its effectiveness and affordability. It is available locally as well as internationally.

Side Effects

Some known side effects of Viagra include headaches, flushing, dyspepsia and abnormal vision (trouble distinguishing the colours blue or green).

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