Viagra – a blue miracle that has improved the sex life of men

Oct 3, 2018

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Viagra – a blue miracle that has improved the sex life of men

Europe – The erection disorder has been experienced by the second man according to health statistics. While in the past, men who wanted to solve this problem had to eat a powder from the corner of a rhinoceros or a tiger genital extract, a diamond-shaped blue tablet is now effectively aided. Viagra, invented by Pfizer, the US pharmaceutical company and on the shelves of European pharmacies, first appeared 15 years ago, January 29, 1999, it is one of the most successful products worldwide.

One of the “fathers” of Viagra was American pharmacologist Robert Furchgott, who received the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine in 1998 to clarify the role of nitric oxide in the human body, along with two other scientists, and the Furchgott discoveries opened the way for further research that led to a pill Viagra works just like nitric oxide, which releases the penile tissue when excited, so the tension in the blood vessels will fall, and then it will be filled with blood, causing an erection.

The blue pill advertised by former US presidential candidate Bob Dole or the famous Brazilian footballer Pelé has actually emerged as a byproduct. Sildenafil citrate, as it is called viagry, was originally supposed to help with high blood pressure or angina pectoris. During the testing, however, scientists have found that it has a beneficial effect on men suffering from erectile dysfunction. And there is not much, it is reported that it suffers from up to ten percent of the population.

According to the statistics of the State Institute for Drug Control, 8.6 million doses of Viagra were delivered to the Czech Republic for 1.5 years in 1.5 million packs. 2.4 million daily doses of cheaper generics in 240,000 packages. In total, Czech men had nearly 11 million doses of Viagra and its cheaper varieties with sildenafil in a total of 1.74 million packs.

Most men take Viagra for the first time. If that does not happen, you do not have to hang your head, just try again the next day. Otherwise, a healthy person can take Viagra every day. In order to speed up an effect that usually occurs within an hour and requires sexual stimulation, it is advisable not to drink alcohol or eat fatty foods.

Pregnancy and Viagra

The use of the most famous drug for strength is certainly not without risk. People who take some medication to the heart can Viagra even cause death and should therefore always be prescribed by a doctor. However, according to experts, it is not a pill but a sexual activity itself, because men with an erection disorder often have heart problems as well. For heart problems, some people take nitrates, such as nitroglycerin, which may not be taken with Viagra.

Poor Viagra ordinates a physician for problems with prostate, severe liver and kidney disease, and men over 65 years of age. There is a risk of some retinal disorders that have diabetes patients. Viagry also points to the possibility of temporary loss of hearing or impaired vision, with three percent of men experiencing temporary eye problems during testing.

However, Viagra is more versatile than it might seem at first sight. It is used in the prevention and treatment of lung edema, it is tested in patients after stroke, which could help to improve momentum, and Argentine scientists have found that it helps to overcome the problems associated with band disease, which occurs when overcoming several time zones.

Viagra is the most well-known, but certainly not the only remedy that men with erection problems can use today. Five years later, cialis or levitra appeared on the market, offering the same effect, though with another active substance. And after Pfizer has expired patent rights worldwide, the way for cheaper generics has opened. Nowadays Viagry offers a wide range of pharmaceutical companies, including Great Britain, whose pill is up to three times cheaper than the original. According to Pfizer, Viagra also belongs to the most commonly falsified medicines in the United States.