Muhammad Saeed

The Surprising Impact Of Viagra On Love And Relationships



In 1998, Viagra was first introduced to the world, and it is fair to say

that the world will never be the same since. The impact of this

medication has been enormous, not just in the narrow area of treating

erectile dysfunction (ED) for which it was approved, but also in

the way we think of sex and sexuality, and even in the realm of

relationships between men and women.Sidegra 


Millions of men in the united states have tried Pfizer's wonder

drug, sildenafil, better known as Viagra, and there are thus millions

of women who have also seen its effects on their husbands,

boyfriends, and lovers. Many other millions of men and women

wonder about whether Viagra can offer a solution for their own

sexual and emotional problems or for the problems of their partners.

We human beings are sexual animals, after all. And unfortunately,

our sex lives are not always the way we wish them to be. So

it's no surprise that when sex goes sour, relationships suffer in other

ways as well.


Everyone wants to know about Viagra, and many want

in trying it, whether or not they think they have an penile erection problem.

There are always a good number of Viagra questions, such

as, "What happens when a young, healthy man with normal sexual

function takes Viagra? " Or "Can girls tell while having sex that her

partner has taken Viagra? " Or "Is it true that Viagra increases a

people's sexual prowess? "


Viagra quickly utilized into a collection of wishful fantasies that mirrored

our culture's hunger for certainty and the quick fix. Supported

by stories that described elderly men gained to such sexual energy

by Viagra that they abandoned their life partners in favor of younger

women, a standard wisdom arose that Viagra was a fountain of

youth, a sure cure, the real deal. Middle-agers could now look forward

to fabulous sex well into their nineties. Men shared Viagra

stories with each other at alcoholic drink parties or around the office water

cooler.


"All we can say is 'Wow! '" says one man, and other men listening

in wonder how their lives might be different if they also took

the magic blue pill.


Women too have been targeted to confirm Viagra's power to

create satisfaction and quiet within a relationship where frustration

and chaffing had once been the rule. One of the most successful

early Pfizer ads showed a series of couples gladly dancing

together after Viagra apparently cured the losing of habit in their

relationship.


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