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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
|Chillo - Mon Feb 25, 2008 8:51 am||
Well, its all in the subject name really, I was just curious because I am 17, nearly 18 and I was with my girlfriend watching a film and Viagra was used for a prank but it got us thinking. Sildenafil citrate is for men with problems with erectile dysfunction but I was wondering what would happen if I took it, I'm a sporty young man that doesn't smoke and I just wanted to know if anything bad could happen if I take it. I haven't got an erectile problem or sexual stimulus problem, we simply are curious to see if it has the desired effect of longer sex because I could stay harder for longer, even after I ejaculate! I just feel like I let her down when I ejaculate before she orgasms, which is a real psychological thorn in my brain!
Please could somebody help!
Many thanks, Chillo
|Dr. Chan Lowe - Wed Feb 27, 2008 10:47 pm||
I would advise against taking this medicine if you are not experiencing erectile dysfunction. You are unlikely to get any significant effect if you are not having a problem already. In addition, there can be some significant side effects. Even though the side effects are uncommon they do occur and are not pleasant.
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