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Guest brandon

I bought viagra while traveling abroad for the fun of it and because one does not need a

perscription. I have not taken it yet because

I was not sure of the dosage.

what are the effects and how many milligrams

should one take for recreational purposes?

On tonite's episode of "Sex in the city" a couple of the characters had a wild time using

viagra including Amanda.

What are the usual results on a man who has no

problems getting an erection and how long does

the drug work?

also, do men ever use this to prevent premature

ejaculation?

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Guest NWDixieboy

Drink a lot of water ( at least a litre) before taking pill and give it an hour to be in system before you need it. Your face and eyes will probably flush red.

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As Viagra was developed in order to help men who have problems with achieving and maintaining an erection, primarily because of vascular constriction, I don't see what the purpose of it would be for a man who enjoys perfectly normal erections. It is certainly counterindicated for someone who might have untreated high blood pressure. However, I take medication for hypertension and have used Viagra without any unpleasant side effects whatever. It comes in a one-dose tablet, and one tablet is what you take, about an hour before you need it. The effects last up to four hours.

 

Contrary to a lot of silly hype, Viagra has no effect whatsoever on the neurotransmitters that modulate our sexual responses. In other words, it is absolutely NOT an aphrodisiac. In fact, the literature that comes with the drug specifically says that Viagra only aids the body's ability to respond to sexual stimulation; it does not, in itself, create or even amplify such stimulation, nor does it affect the emotional aspects of sexual interest. I cannot imagine why a woman would use Viagra -- but then I'm not at all interested to learn. Indeed, one trembles at the prospect!

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Guest HardCore

I have taken Viagra many times for recreational use and loved it each time. I do not need the drug to get an eretion, however, it does provide for a better sexual expereince. Viagra helps you sustain erections even after coming many times. It may not be intended for use by people how do not have erectile dysfunction but it certaintly has taken the gay community by storm.

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Guest Dr. DG

Viagra was developed originally to treat angina pectoris, a name for a group of commonly diagnosed heart diseases. It has the potential for serious side-effects such as hypotension (low blood pressure), cardiac arrhythmias, cardiovascular collapse and potentially death if used with other hypotensive agents such as high blood pressure medications, nitrates, amyl nitrate (poppers) and others. Its side effect profile is NOT benign--it is a prescription only medication for this purpose. It is not appropriate for every patient. As a health-care professional, I cannot support the use of Viagra except if medically appropriate.

 

My husband is a urologist who prescribes the stuff more than I do. He does not advocate improper use of this medication either.

 

I know many men obtain Viagra in Mexico, Europe or other areas where a prescription is required. While I know that there is very real temptation to believe that this medication is not dangerous, unfortunately it has that potential when it is not medically indicated. And the many internet sites that offer mail order erections from Viagra are starting to be closely scrutinized by the various state medical boards. No one really wins.

Sorry HooBoy--I know we differ on this one!

 

The few private patients that I do have generally request Viagra only to "strengthen" or "prolong" their erections and sex. Whether it works for this purpose remains unproven in clinical literature. But what fun it would be to participate in such a clinical trial!

 

Please consider speaking with your physician or your pharmacist before you consider using Viagra. AND NEVER USE VIAGRA WITH POPPERS!

 

Sorry to put in yet another negative word here, but my ethics and professional responsibility do not permit me to advocate any potentially unsafe practices. Thanks for listening, even if you do not agree with my opinions--at least you are thinking about your health. That alone is half of the battle.

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Guest Merlin

50mg or less will be enough. Most guys buy the 100 mg size and bite them in half because the price of the two sizes is the same.

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