Viagra Has A Higher Body Count Than The Kenyan Men Using It, Is It Dangerous?

 

Viagra Has A Higher Body Count Than The Kenyan Men Using It, But Is It As Dangerous?

Viagra is a drug covered in mystery, admired and frowned upon by Kenyan men in equal measure. 

The blue pill is a man's best kept secret, often bought from the chemist under the cover of darkness.

Many late politicians, some very powerful, in the country are also rumored to have succumbed to the drug in a bid to bite more than they could chew. But what exactly is Sildenafil?

Sildenafil is a medication used to stimulate er3ctioπ in men with er3ctile dysfunction. This medication is supposed to be taken under the instructions of your physician.

People with heart conditions or with recent history of stroke may experience adverse complications when they take it.

Normally er3ction occurs when peπile nerves are stimulated. The peπile nerves then sends signals to the brain which then makes the peπile tissues to relax.

Blood then flows to the peπile tissues with the ultimate outcome of the p3πis eloπgating/thickeπing and becoming firm to enable vagiπal peπ3tratioπ.

Sildenafil therefore works by relaxing the walls of the peπile blood vessels therefore facilitating easy flow of blood in them resulting in er3ction. One will however need to be arous3d s3xua11y for his penis to start erecting.

How long does it take for it's action to start? On average it takes thirty minutes to sixty minutes for it's effects to start being experienced. Its effects on average starts diminishing gradually two hours to four hours after taking it.

Some of the side effects that one may experience after taking it include Headache, Nasal congestion, Dizziness, Strained vision, Indigestion and Priapism (an overly prolonged painful er3ctioπ that may damage the peπis)


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