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Viagra New Zealand: Myth and Reality

June 20th, 2013 | Posted by New Zealand Pharmacy Support in Erectile dysfunction

Perhaps, nowadays Viagra is one of the best known medicines around the world, at least in developed countries. It even became a topic for plenty of jokes and in some cases a subject of public policy. For example, until last year the Australian army soldiers undergoing military service in war zones could get Viagra on prescription free of charge ($ 120 for 4 pills!). However on Viagra New Zealand changed its policy now as it was decided to stop spending budget funds on the famous blue pills (what a clever idea!), but still there are a lot of excitement, talks and myths around Viagra. Let’s look closer at some of them!

One magic blue pill is enough to immediately bring the sexual organ in “working position”

No way! Viagra doesn’t work alone, if there is no object of desire. The medicine has the effect only when sexual excitement occurs and erection comes due to strong blood flow to a penis. Viagra does not affect libido and acts exceptionally on a physiological level and even in this case it is not a panacea for all causes of erectile dysfunction. That’s why it is senselessly to use Viagra against anomalous venous drainage, fibrosis of corpus cavernosum penis and a range of other diseases.

Women can take Viagra too

It will be rather strange as, you know, women don’t have a penis and the effect of Viagra is based on increasing blood flow to corpus cavernosum penis. But there is some good news for women who suffer from anorgasmia. A drug that is similar to traditional Viagra was developed last year by researchers from Monash University, located in Melbourne. For many females clinical trials of women’s Viagra in New Zealand give hope to finally feel increasing libido and wild orgasm.

Viagra is not available to ordinary consumers because of its high price

Viagra is a brand name of a drug developed by the American company Pfizer and based on such an active substance as sildenafil. It is really rather expensive as well as most of original medicines produced in western countries. But there are some generic drugs based on the same active substance and produced in developing countries, for example in India. They are cheaper and claim to have the same effect as original Viagra without any drug side effects. As for sildenafil Australia, Germany, USA and other «rich» countries tend to prefer original Viagra while in poorer countries men willingly acquire more affordable generic drugs.

Viagra can cause serious side effects

Viagra is a drug and like any other drug it has contra-indications and side effects. Properly selected dosage allows to reduce drug side effects and any discomfort to a minimum. Viagra side effects may show up in the form of headache, flush, stuffiness in nose, palpitation, dizziness, impaired sense of smell. It should be borne in mind that Viagra side effects are enhanced in case of unreasonably increasing dosage. Contra-indications to Viagra include hypersensitivity to the drug, high or low blood pressure, anatomical deformities of penis, diseases associated with bleeding, acute peptic and duodenal ulcer, severe arrhythmias and diseases of the cardiovascular system, liver and kidneys, first 6 months after myocardial infarction and stroke, age under 18, intake of nitrates and nitric oxide donors drugs.

Prescription is required

Prescription is desirable but not required. Nowadays you can easily buy the drug even via the Internet. There are many countries where you can buy Viagra online: Australia and UK, Russia and Japan, USA and Brazil. Still it would be better for your health to consult a doctor about dosage before you buy Viagra at a pharmacy or via the Internet.

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