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Treating Impotence with Pills


One of the most common conditions that men suffer from is the erectile dysfunction or impotence. In the past, there were less treatments available than today. Therefore, you should know that nowadays impotence is treatable and its treatment is really an easy one.

After the Viagra appearing on the market, this famous blue pill became more and more popular among men all over the world. Viagra is an impotence pill made by Pfizer. Viagra is also known as “the blue pill” because of its color. Viagra is one of the most popular pharmaceutical products in the world today as many men suffer from impotence.

You can find Viagra in dosages of 25, 50 and 100 mg tablets. Usually, patients that suffer from impotence problems are prescribed the medium Viagra, the 50 mg one. The prescription is given depending on the severity of the condition and how it manifests on different men.

The main ingredient that can be found in Viagra is sildenafil from the inhibitors class. The way Viagra works is simple: it regulates the blood flow in the penile area ensuring a proper erection. However, you should know that it does not work if you are not excited.

There were many studies performed on Viagra before and after it was released on the market. The medicine turned out to be extremely effective in the vast majority of the cases. It is very effective at treating all kinds of impotence types such as the diabetic impotence or injury related impotence. It is also helpful in the psychological cases of impotence too.

Consulting a doctor is very important prior to taking Viagra. This is because a medical examination will help you get the proper dosage and will reveal if the current medication you are taking can be taken along Viagra. You have to be sure that taking Viagra will not harm you in any way.

Viagra is the pioneer medicine for treating impotence. It appeared in 1998 and since then it became more and more popular due to its great results at treating impotence. However, there are other medicines that have appeared in the field of treating impotence since 1998. Cialis and Levitra are among these alternatives to Viagra.

Cialis has a much longer effect than Viagra and this is what made it so popular even if it has appeared long after Viagra. The effect of Cialis is of 36 hours after taking it. Levitra is very similar to Viagra in its effects but it is more suitable for older men who suffer from impotence problems.

In conclusion, there are three pills that are very popular when it comes to treating impotence: Viagra, Cialis and Levitra.

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The Main Types of Impotence


Many people suffer from impotence nowadays. If you are one of them you should know that consulting a specialist is the best option for you in this domain. Impotence is curable but in order to cure it you should know exactly what the causes of its appearance are. There are 6 main types of impotence.

These types are listed below in order for you to be informed of the factors that can cause impotence:

a) The venogenic impotence occurs when veins of the penis prevent the erection because of blood leakage. Usually, these veins do not allow blood at all to flow out of the penis. 50 % of the impotence cases are due to this type of impotence. Unfortunately, there are many cases of men who suffer from venogenic impotence even from birth.

b) Diabetic impotence is a very common form of impotence that occurs at diabetic persons. Half of the men who suffer from diabetes suffer from impotence too. Men who suffer from diabetic impotence should see a doctor every month in order to benefit from the best treatment for them.

c) The neurogenic impotence is the third type of impotence. The nerves of the penis are very delicate. Many times, men who suffered injuries of the pelvic area or of the back suffer from this type of impotence too.

d) The psychogenic impotence is caused by a psychological factor. Among these factors we have stress or anxiety. Unfortunately, these days, more and more people suffer from this type of impotence as the level of stress in our lives increases.

e) The arteriogenic impotence is similar to the venogenic one. When arteries do not bring enough blood to the penile area, men are not able to have an erection. This type of impotence is usually found at elderly persons or persons who have problems with high blood pressure or diabetes. Also, bicycle riders may encounter this problem too as the artery region is blocked by sustained friction in the area.

f) The hormonal impotence is not a much encountered type as it occurs in less than 5 % of the total cases of impotence in the world. This type of impotence is due to the imbalance of estrogen and testosterone in the blood. Usually, the erection is not so much affected as the libido in this case.

In summary, there are 6 main types of impotence. These types have psychological, physiological or lifestyle factors that can lead to male impotence.

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