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Battle Against Erectile Dysfunction

by Kurt P. Smith
Known and appreciated all around the world, Generic Viagra is a treatment recommended for all men who suffer of erectile dysfunction. In march 1998, FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved Viagra to be the first pill to treat impotence.

The most common question is whether erectile dysfunction can be cured. For the majority of cases the answer is no, but even if it is not totally curable, it can be treated. But, we must first understand the difference between curing and treating erectile dysfunction. When we say erectile dysfunction can be treated, we actually mean that there are ways to help a man finally obtain and maintain an erection. The most used treatments and the most recommended by doctors are those administrated orally, and the most popular is Generic Viagra. Another one is Kamagra and its different presentations. Most of the patients cannot be cured and that means that even on a treatment, the causes that determined erectile dysfunction remain unchanged.

But, the good news is that impotence can be treated and Generic Viagra and Kamagra, the medications that bring back the sexual harmony in a couple. In the USA, Generic Viagra proved to have a success rate of 82% in its patients, showing a major improvement in their erection. Generic Viagra is the first and the most popular drug against erectile dysfunction.

Starting march 1998, when Viagra received the FDA approval, there has been prescribed over 1 million medical recommendations for those affected by impotence only in the USA, making Generic Viagra the most efficient drug in its domain. Generic Viagra proved to be a success in 4 of 5 users, regardless the causes that determined the erectile dysfunction or the age of the patients.

Generic Viagra must be administrated orally, before the sexual intercourse. The effect lasts for 4 hours. Generic Viagra and Kamagra work by increasing the blood flux to the penis, but it is very important to know that these ED meds are not an aphrodisiac or a hormone.

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