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Developed by leading urologists and medical scientists, Viagra (Sildenafil) was created by the pharmaceutical company, Pfizer. Viagra was patented in 1996, and approved for the use of erectile dysfunction by the Food and Drug Administration on March 27, 1998. Viagra has now been on the market for over 10 years, and has helped over 25 million men with erectile dysfunction. Viagra has helped revolutionize the way patients and doctors address sexual health issues. As more and more adult males suffering from impotency realized that Viagra offered them a chance at regaining the sexual intimacy that they had once deemed unattainable, Viagra sales topped the charts. Even former presidential front-runner, Bob Dole, agreed to a nationally televised endorsement campaign geared at letting even the conservative adult male know that there was indeed a treatment for their Erectile Dysfunction.
Viagra is ingested orally in either 50mg or 100mg tablets. It is recommended that patients ingest Viagra on an empty stomach, as the food can slow down the release of the Sildenafil into the bloodstream. Viagra generally takes about thirty minutes to fully work after which an erection can be sustained for three to four hours. Viagra is not intended to be a drug which is ingested every day, and it is recommended that the patient allow for at least 24 hours before taking another Viagra dosage. Although there have not been any conclusive reports of a Viagra overdose to-date, there could be side effects when the drug is taken too often. If you ever experience any serious side effects from taking Viagra, discontinue usage immediately and seek medical assistance promptly.
Viagra is not for everybody and there are some conditions that may prevent you from being able to take this ED drug. Viagra is only intended to treat adult males suffering from Erectile Dysfunction. Anybody who has been diagnosed with Heart Disease or is taking any form of a drug called Nitrates, or Alpha-blockers should consult with their physician before taking Viagra or buying Viagra. As well as anyone who has a history of heart problems, low blood pressure or other circulatory issues.
The maker’s of Viagra will have exclusive rights to sell their blockbuster erectile dysfunction medication for a few more years. A recent court ruling allows Pfizer to sell Viagra until 2020, which means no legal generic forms of the drug can be sold until then.
Before the court ruling, Pfizer’s patent was set to expire in March of 2012. Teva Pharmaceuticals already had the green light from federal health officials to make and sell a generic version of the multi-million dollar drug. Pfizer and Teva Pharmaceuticals have waged a long legal battle over this issue, but now it appears Teva and other pharmaceutical companies will have to wait another seven years before bringing a generic ED pill to the market.
At first, there was only one way for men to treat the symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and that was Pfizer’s Viagra. Then, after extensive clinical reviews and consideration, Eli Lilly & Co. released Cialis, the longest lasting ED drug currently on the market. Cialis offers its users something that other ED treatments cannot, a 36-hour window in which they can have assistance with sexual intimacy. Ever since Cialis was approved for use, men around the world have enjoyed being able to have sex at the spur of a moment, rather than being confined to a set schedule. The benefits of Cialis are obvious: take the pill, and become intimate when you choose, not within 3-5 hours, allowing for a much freer and natural sexual lifestyle.
You should only take Cialis as directed by your physician, as every person’s medical situation is unique. Cialis comes in 20 mg, 10 mg and 5 mg doses your doctor will decide which dosage level is right for you. Cialis is taken orally at least 30 minutes prior to anticipated sexual activity, and lasts up to 36 hours in the system, so you do not have to plan your intimacy.
In clinical studies of Cialis, the drug was shown to have great results in males suffering from ED, even if their symptoms were severe, as compared to a placebo (sugar-pill).
Cialis provided the following benefits to adult males who suffered from impotency.
A recent seizure of counterfeit Cialis in Canada has prompted warnings from Health Canada. Officials say the number of counterfeit pills is increasing and many of these fraudulent medications pose a serious health risk.
This case, coupled with an increase in the number fake medical sites claiming to sell real prescription medications, has prompted health officials to take action. Health Canada and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have issued warnings about these sites, advising consumers to only buy medications from trusted online facilitators.
According to the FDA, it’s estimated that 97 percent of online pharmacies aren’t following state and federal laws. Many of these rogue sites lure customers in with promises of cheap drugs and then ship dangerous counterfeit medications to their door.You can rest assured that Viamedic.com only promotes Safe FDA-Approved Viagra, Cialis and Levitra coming from Licensed USA Pharmacies.
Up until 2003, Viagra dominated the ED (Erectile Dysfunction) market as the only available oral therapy with which to treat ED in impotent adult males. However, while Viagra worked for most people, there were some that it failed to help, and others who it only helped so much. In some cases of illness-related impotency, Viagra showed little or no results in patients. Levitra offered a light at the end of the tunnel for those who had already tried taking Viagra and were still unable to achieve or maintain an erection. Since its release to the public, Levitra has been known to work for many ED patients when other forms of ED treatment have not.
Your physician will recommend the proper dosage for you based upon your medical history and your specific situation, as every person’s situation is unique. The typical starting dosage of Levitra is 10-mg, but your doctor may raise or lower that based upon your health. Levitra comes in 2.5-mg, 5-mg, 10-mg, and 20-mg tablets and is intended to only be taken orally, as directed by your physician.
In clinical studies, which were conducted with usage of a placebo, Levitra was shown to be more than 80% effective for patients who reported a more sustained and firmer erection, which usually lasted through their intimate sessions. While Levitra will work for most people, it may not work the same for everybody. Always consult with your physician as to which of the ED drugs they think will work best for you, and your specific situation.
A new orally dissolving version of Levitra has just been approved in the UK and some parts of Europe. Bayer Schering Pharma, the creators of Levitra, announced that they have received full approval for their new Orodispersible tablets. This new tablet will allow much quicker results for men, and will also avoid needing water to swallow the tablet.The same maker’s of Levitra have also rolled out Staxyn in the United States. This dissolvable pill is getting great feedback from men suffering from erectile dysfunction. The pill takes just seconds to dissolve, no water is needed to take it, and it begins working within 15 minutes.
Both Levitra and Staxyn use the active ingredient vardenafil to increase blood flow and treat the symptoms of impotence.