Can I take Viagra for recreational Purposes?

When the Viagra was first invented, it changed the sex lives of many men who suffered from maintaining erections and Erectile Dysfunction

It used to be that only men with erectile dysfunction would use erectile dysfunction drugs—any of the PDE5 inhibitors like Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra. But that hasn’t been the case in recent years.

An increasing number of men in their 20’s and 30’s not diagnosed with ED are trying Viagra to have “Great Sexperience”. Most of them are using it with performance anxiety thinking that they would be better in bed using Viagra.

But any medication that needs prescription can’t be used for having fun or recreational purposes and this is what it can do if you take it.

Side Effects

It’s important to know that viagra has side effects and they are

  1. Headache
  2. Upset stomach or diarrhea
  3. Dizziness
  4. Heartburn
  5. Runny or stuffy nose
  6. Nosebleeds
  7. Flushing
  8. Difficulty sleeping
  9. Muscle or back pain
  10. Numbness or tingling in the hands, arms, feet, or legs
  11. Sensitivity to light or vision changes

Priapism

Another rarer side effect can be having a rock hard erection that doesn’t abate—the medical name for this perma-stiffy is called priapism. While priapism might sound appealing to a guy who has been thumbing-in softies for years, it’s important to know that an erection that won’t go away can cause permanent damage.

Heart Attack

Viagra taken excess without knowing the dosage might cause fatal heart attacks resulting in death. Most of the young men without ED who tried Viagra shared their bitter experiences

“My heart was racing like a time bomb and I thought it was an early onset of heart attack city,” says Matt.

“The veins were bulging out like my penis was going to explode,” says Joel, 36. “It did take away some performance anxiety I had, but it gave me new anxiety over whether I was going to have a heart attack or something.”

Tolerance to that drug

As men age, ED is the most common sexual problem, and if you experience that Viagra might not come for your rescue as your body has developed tolerance to that drug. So taking a drug that isn’t necessary can cause problems in the future.

Your partner might not like boners for hours

If men without ED take Viagra it might give them the boners that last for hours.  Most of the women said they don’t want the boners of 13-year-olds. That’s kind of gross. They’d rather be having sex with men whose boners are appropriate to their age group.

Conclusion
If you think you might have ED, your best bet is to see your doctor. Viagra is one option, but there are many others. Men need to muster up the courage to seek professional help from a doctor or a qualified clinical sexologist. Just taking this step will get them on their way to recover not only their sex life but their relationship as well. They need not worry about their privacy as clinics like “The ED Clinic”  take full care to make sure all privacy details are just that- Private.

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