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How can we improve on the long standing of the sexual intercourse,there are many medicines available in th market is it safe to take them pls advise
There are various 'improvements' on the market and as we have no personal knowledge of them we cannot advise on their effectiveness, other than to refer you to the marketing information the drugs are accompanied by. Safety is a somewhat thorny issue. There is no doubt that these are safe for the majority of users; there is equally no doubt that drugs such as Viagra can be dangerous and lethal to a minority of users. They certainly should not be bought over the internet or used without seeing your doctor first. In any event, Viagra 'works' in only 70% of men. Specifically, there is no controlled clinical data on the safety of Viagra in the following groups: Patients who have suffered a myocardial infarction, stroke, or life-threatening alteration in normal heart rhythm Patients with too low or too high blood pressure Patients with cardiac failure or coronary artery disease causing unstable angina Patients with certain retinal disorders ...and there are isolated instances of prolonged erections lasting more than 4 hours, and priapism (painful erections lasting greater than 8 hours), and blindness. Tablets sold as (fake) Viagra in shops, stalls and online have been variously discovered to be laxatives, sugar, oral contraceptives, cardiac medication, vitamin B, Johnson's baby powder, anti-malarial drugs, and steroids. These comments are made for the purpose of discussion and should NOT be used as recommendations for or against therapies or other treatments. An individual patient is always advised to consult their own physician.
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