Top Ten Frequently Asked Questions About Viagra

Oct 5, 2018

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Top Ten Frequently Asked Questions About Viagra

Editor’s Note: It is the wish of many men to make sex time longer and erect. Among the many ways to improve the erection state, men have a special liking for the magical little pill, Viagra. However, in the process of use, it will inevitably encounter various confusions and doubts. To this end, “Life Times” summed up the top ten most common questions in the process of taking Viagra, and interviewed the deputy director of the Chinese Medical Association’s male science branch, Jiang Hui, director of the Men’s Center of Peking University Third Hospital, Beijing. Zhang Zhichao, deputy director of the Men’s Center of the First Hospital of the University, and Li Hongjun, the chief physician of the Department of Urology, Peking Union Medical College Hospital, asked them to give guidance on authoritative science.

1. What kind of drugs does Viagra often say?

The common people often say that Viagra refers to Viagra. At present, there are three kinds of “Viagra” drugs commonly found in the Chinese market: Viagra, Elida, and Xiaili. The chemical composition of these drugs is a type 5 phosphodiesterase (PDE5) inhibitor. After taking the drug, under the action of sexual stimulation, the drug can promote blood flow into the penis and enhance the erection hardness. Most pharmacies are available for sale and are easy to purchase.

2. Can people without erectile dysfunction (ED) enhance their sexual ability by serving Viagra?

Viagra is not an aphrodisiac. Taking Viagra itself does not cause or increase sexual desire. Its role is to help patients with erectile dysfunction to return to normal erectile function when they have impulsiveness. Simply put, it is to help restore a person’s normal sexual function, so that patients naturally erect when they have sexual impulses. There is research evidence that Viagra can effectively prolong ejaculation latency, improve erection hardness, long-term break or uninterrupted use, can improve penile vascular endothelial function and further improve erection quality. People with general erectile function can try to use Viagra to improve erection, but people with good erection should not abuse it. It is best for first time users to consult a doctor first.

3. Will eating Viagra be addictive?

“Addiction” refers to the fact that certain drugs or chemicals have a special toxicity, which makes people in a special state of mind, and there is a “euphoria”, which has a strong “craving” for the substance. Driven by cravings, there are “drug behaviors” and frequent “medication behaviors”. If they are interrupted, they will behave as hard as self-control by drug users. By consulting the World Health Organization’s Adverse Drug Reaction Database, no reports of Viagra drug addiction have been found, so male friends do not have to worry about this.

4. Does eating Viagra have side effects?

Any drug will inevitably have some adverse reactions, as well as Viagra, sometimes causing mild expansion of the surrounding blood vessels, manifested as facial flushing, dizziness, headache, nasal congestion, indigestion and so on. Sensitive people are more likely to occur, but most of them are one-off, short-lived and mild, and will not affect sexual life, nor affect cardiovascular function. After taking it for a while, these adverse reactions will disappear or reduce on their own.

5. How much is it appropriate to eat before sex?

Viagra can be taken at any time within 0.5-4 hours before sexual activity, but depending on the metabolism of the drug in the body, it is recommended to take the best 30 minutes to 1 hour before sexual activity; older patients due to drug absorption Slow, take 1 hour or more in advance.

6. Which effect is better for long-term and short-term effects?

The so-called long-acting and short-acting means that the drug is metabolized in the body. The drug with short half-life and fast metabolism is generally called “short-acting” Viagra. The drug with long half-life and slow metabolism is called “long-acting”. Viagra, so to determine which type of drug is suitable for patients, but also according to the specific clinical diagnosis and the specific needs of patients. Whether short-acting or long-acting Viagra is a very effective and effective drug, patients can try it under the advice and guidance of a doctor and gradually find a drug that suits them.

7. For the first time, paying attention to Viagra?

Viagra must not be mixed with nitrate drugs (such as nitroglycerin and heartache) for the treatment of heart disease. Otherwise, it may significantly lower blood pressure and cause life-threatening. Drinking alcohol will seriously reduce the erectile function of Viagra, so do not drink excessively when taking it. In addition, it is best not to take the medicine immediately after showering. Some people may not be successful in taking Viagra for the first time. They can adjust the dose and make multiple attempts at the same time. It is generally recommended that about 4-6 attempts can achieve the best effect.

8. Will eating Viagra affect fertility?

There is currently no evidence that Viagra will reduce the quality of semen or cause adverse effects on unborn children. At the same time, some studies have shown that Viagra can improve the quality of semen and improve fertility by increasing the volume and vitality of each ejaculate semen. Ability to increase the chances of conception. Some young people of childbearing age, due to various pressures such as life, work and childbirth, will cause “ovulation ED”, that is, erectile dysfunction occurs during the planned conception period. At this time, the birth task can be successfully completed by using Viagra.

9. Who can’t touch Viagra?

Before using “Viagra” drugs, patients need to know two things: First, whether he has more serious diseases, and second, whether the user can afford the enormous energy and physical expenditure required for sex life. If you have heart disease, stroke, retinitis pigmentosa, kidney disease, liver disease, blood disease, penile malformation, etc., you must consult an expert before taking it. People who are taking nitrates such as nitroglycerin and heartache cannot eat Viagra at will. Finally, people with poor physical strength and poor cardiac capacity cannot use it.

10. Where can I buy Viagra?

At present, Viagra drugs are available in hospital pharmacies and pharmacies. However, in the country, Viagra is a prescription drug and needs to be presented at the time of purchase. In order to achieve the best therapeutic effect and avoid dangerous situations, it is best for the first time users to go to the hospital to find a specialist to diagnose and use it under the guidance of a doctor to avoid misuse. When used for a while and the effect is positive, you can buy it at the pharmacy. It should be noted that some pharmacies will recommend some so-called “aphrodisiac” and health care products to patients. Most of these drugs are added with western medicine ingredients, and their safety is difficult to guarantee. Please do not buy and use them at will. (Special correspondent Mao Jiaming reporter Tang Zhen)