Viagra - a booster for the under performers
Till a decade back, we had no oral treatment for Erectile Dysfunction. The nature of disease is such that it is extremely difficult to talk explicitly about it. Man's failure to sexually satisfy his female partner is a big jolt to his ego. A drop in the blood supply to the penile area means less than normal erection of the male sexual organ. Medically, this condition is termed as Erectile Dysfunction (ED) or impotence, in the popular parlance.
Before the advent of Viagra in 1996, doctors relied on giving painful treatments to the patients. These involved vacuum therapies and surgeries, in some cases. There was no known oral pill for the treatment of ED. But all this changed dramatically and for good in 1996, when Pfizer Inc. announced the chance discovery of effectiveness of sildenafil citrate in the treatment of impotence. Sildenafil Citrate had been around for more than two decades and was used for the treatment of angina. However, the angina patients were not too satisfied by the results shown by Sildenafil. But the future of the drug changed forever in one of the clinical trials when it was found that the patients suffering from impotence are showing positive signs with the use of Sildenafil.
It took Pfizer Inc. two years to convince US FDA to certify Viagra (sildenafil citrate). And from that day, Viagra has been dubbed as the ‘magic blue pill' for its potency against ED. A pill of Viagra remain effective in the body for about 4 hours and gives you immense pleasure that was missing between you and your partner. Viagra operates by increasing the blood supply to the penis. An enhanced blood supply ensures firm erection and gives no reason to your partner to ever complain about unsatisfactory sexual experience. Life for impotent men never remains the same with the adoption of Viagra in their lives.
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