Viagra success stories

 

Approximately 8 blue VIAGRA pills are given out every second worldwide. With over 5 years of experience helping men overcome the effects of ED, that’s a countless number of success stories.

Below you will get stories and advice from some of the millions of men who take VIAGRA. They speak openly about the frustrations they had in dealing with erectile dysfunction (ED). And they share what they did to make their VIAGRA experience even better.

Never Too Young

I suffered from erectile dysfunction for over 5 years before I asked my doctor for advice. It was tough to talk about my problem because I was only 38. I was not one of those old men I used to think of when I thought about ED. Coming to terms with this issue is not always easy. It can cause anger, embarrassment, and frustration. Being so young, I feel it was that much harder. Luckily, my wife played an important role in my treatment. She surprised me one day and handed me one of the tablets I got from my doctor. I understood what she was suggesting. Spontaneity issues went away after that, and VIAGRA had a positive impact on my marriage. Thanks to VIAGRA I was able to have sex again. My wife and I were recently given the best gift of all—our first son.

Stiv - Age 46

 

It’s Not in Your Head

Five years ago, at the age of 67, I had a hip replacement. The operation left me relatively impotent. I went from having great sex every week to having almost none at all. I wanted to try VIAGRA, because I knew it wasn't all in my head. I met with my doctor, and he wrote me a prescription. After taking VIAGRA, I found the results to be better than I could have hoped for. Today, my wife and I enjoy a great sex life. We thought it was pretty good before my hip operation. Now it’s even better.

Wilson - Age 69

 

Dealing With the Issue

After 46 years of a happy, sexually active marriage, I started having problems performing in bed. I was ashamed and even depressed about the situation. I thought, “How could this be happening to me?” I even faked an orgasm because I did not want to admit that I couldn’t maintain an erection. I kept all this from my wife, who thought I had lost interest in her. She wisely confronted me, and I admitted my problem. She had me see my doctor who prescribed VIAGRA. Today, I remain very interested in my wife. Now I just have the power to act on it.

John B. - Age 65

 

 
  • Attention!

    Remember that no medicine is for everyone. If you use nitrate drugs, often used to control chest pain (also known as angina), don’t take VIAGRA. This combination could cause your blood pressure to drop to an unsafe or life-threatening level. Be sure to ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity.

    If you are older than age 65, or have serious liver or kidney problems, your doctor may start you at the lowest dose (25 mg) of Viagra. If you are taking protease inhibitors, such as for the treatment of HIV, your doctor may recommend a 25-mg dose and may limit you to a maximum single dose of 25 mg of Viagra in a 48 hour period.

    The most common side effects of VIAGRA are headache, facial flushing, and upset stomach. Less commonly bluish vision, blurred vision, or sensitivity to light may briefly occur.