Unable to Orgasm (Anorgasmia) »

… water-based lubricant might be sufficient to remedy the situation. There have even been trials of Viagra in women with some indication that it can aid in the female equivalent of erection, but there are many more factors to be taken into account with regard to women than men, before the prescription of such a medication is likely to be considered. Non-physical causes may be successfully treated with counselling or therapy.

You should not be embarrassed to talk with your doctor about …

Dysfunction Treatments »

… suitable. Its success rate is less than the other two treatments – 35%.

Oral Medication

Viagra is the brand name for sildenafil and is one of several oral preparations now available (others include Cialis and Levitra). It should be taken about an hour before sexual activity and its effects can last for up to 4 hours or more. An erection is only obtained with sexual stimulation – it does not occur spontaneously. Success rates depend on the cause of the erectile dysfunction and …

Sustained Erection »

… for premature ejaculation. It can also be caused by erectile dysfunction medication like Viagra. More rarely, it can be related to other physical conditions such as sickle cell disease.

How can it be treated?

In the early stages, the erection may respond to quite simple treatments such as exercising – a brisk walk may be enough to resolve the problem. Otherwise a cold compress such as a wet towel, or an ice bag (even a bag of frozen produce from the fridge) held against the …

Heart Disease »

… nitrate medication for your condition, such as glyceryl trinitrate for angina, then also taking Viagra can be dangerous. If you do experience a heart attack and have been taking Viagra, it is important to tell medical staff so that it can be taken into account.

In general, if you are aware you have heart disease and still have an active sex life, it makes sense to be guided by what your body is telling you. Even with angina, if you are capable of, for example, walking briskly up and …

Prescription Drugs »

… (Valium, vallies, blues)

Temazepam (jellies, eggs)

Mogadon (moggies) 

The use of Viagra with other recreational drugs such as cocaine or ecstasy may lead to heart problems or erections that won’t go away for hours and can lead to permanent damage. 

Sexual health is an important part of your whole health; so talking to your partner and negotiating safer sex is always the best way to stay sexy and healthy.

Poppers »

… problems if used with other drugs. In fact using poppers after taking erection drugs such as Viagra  may cause a fatal drop in blood pressure. So-called ‘recreational’ drugs such as ecstasy, speed, cocaine or crystal meth all put a strain on the heart. Taking them with poppers may  stress it even more.  Poppers should not be used by anyone with chest or heart problems, anemia or glaucoma.

While there is no evidence to demonstrate the long term effects of using poppers, it is …