Know your Viagra!

 

1989: Pfizer’s laboratories in the UK first synthesized and tested Sildenafil. Sildenafil is a drug that selectively targets and strongly hinders the enzyme phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5).

 

1991: The first experiment of the drug showed penile erection as the side effect of coronary heart disease. Sildenafil had no effect on coronary heart disease.

 

1998: The New England Journal of Medicine published the crucial third phase experiment of Sildenafil ED.

 

1998: Viagra was approved by the FDA and EMA as the oral treatment for ED.

 

2002: The FDA and EMA approved Tadalafil for the treatment of ED in November the following and the November of 2002 respectively.

 

 

2003: EMA approved Vardenafil in March and by FDA in August.

 

2007: A small dose of tadalafil as a single- daily therapy was approved by The European Commission.

 

2008: After the regulatory expresses concern over no medical supervision for ED Pfizer took back the application to EMA for marketing Viagra over the counter, which can also delay diagnosis of cardiovascular disease.

 

2009: Boots was the first Pharmacy ion the UK to provide Viagra without prescriptions under a patient group direction.

 

2010: Viagra is offered under a patient group direction without prescription by Tesco.

 

2010: Vardenafil becomes the first PDE5 inhibitor introduced for ED in an orodispersible tablet.

 

2012: The US FDA approved Avanafil for treatment of ED in April and by the EMA in June the following year.

 

2013: Viagra’s UK patent expires paving the way to a generic version of the drug to be introduced.

 

2014: Lilly, the manufacturer of Cialis, agrees to allow the French firm Sanofi to buy exclusive rights to sell Cialis as a non-prescription medicine in Europe, Canada, the USA and Australia.

 

2014: On the NHS the generic Viagra can be prescribed for any male with ED.

 

2017: Sildenafil 50mg to be available as a pharmacy medicine was recommended by the MHRA.

 

  • If Generic Viagra does not work for the first time, it will not work at all.
  • There are few cases where men have no benefit from the drug but this does not mean that it has to be last time. You can try the erectile dysfunction treatment almost eight times before you see the effect.

 

  • After consumption of the drug, a person gets a full erection until the effect wears off.
  • After consumption of the drug, you will get an erection only if you are sexually stimulated.

 

  • The only treatment for erectile dysfunction is Generic Viagra.
  • Generic Viagra is, with no doubt, the popular drug. But it is not the only treatment for erectile dysfunction. Levitra and Cialis are some among the other alternatives for erectile dysfunction. Other treatments include Caverject injections, Vitaros cream, and MUSE

 

  • Generic Viagra prevents STI.
  • Generic Viagra or any other erectile dysfunction alternatives does not prevent STIs. Condoms are the answer to your question here.

 

  • Generic Viagra is an
  • Generic Viagra is not a medication to increase your libido but to treat erectile dysfunction. It might boost confidence.

 

  • Generic Viagra works amazingly on empty stomach.
  • Generic Viagra’s effect gets tampered with if it is consumed after a heavy meal.

 

  • The more pills intake more is the effect.
  • This could be dangerous. There should be only one dose taken within 24 hours. More than one dose can turn fatal also resulting in death.

 

  • Instant effect.
  • One has to wait for at least 30 to 60 minutes before the pill starts taking effect.

 

  • Bad impact on fertility.
  • Generic Viagra might damage sperm cells but such cases are very rare. Generic Viagra is more likely to have a good impact on the fertility.

 

  • Generic Viagra has side effects.
  • Just like every other medication, even Generic Viagra has side effects. The most common side effect is muscle pain. There has been no notice of any other type of side effects.

 

  • Generic Viagra with any other medication is a bad sign.
  • Generic Viagra can be taken safely with other drugs. But it is advised to consult your doctor before you do so.

 

  • You need a prescription for buying the drug.
  • It is not legal to buy Generic Viagra without prescription. Though there are few sites where you can obtain prescription free Generic Viagra.

 

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