Viagra For Gay Men?
Viagra has made erectile dysfunction treatment hassle free and effective. Viagra (blue pill) has already helped, and is still helping, many straight men with erectile dysfunction enjoy a normal and healthy sex life. But just in case your sexual orientation is not straight, here is a warning for you: do not take this pill while having sex with a male partner. A recent study has concluded that gay men are at increased risk of transmitting sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV-AIDS, when they use Viagra. The risk multiplies when you take Viagra with other illegal drugs such as poppers or ecstasy.
The survey, conducted at an STD clinic in San Francisco, further highlighted that gay men are more likely to engage in unprotected anal sex than their straight counterparts. It can increase the risk of HIV and other STD transmission. Besides, many gay men frequently change their sexual partners without inquiring about their HIV status. So despite being HIV-negative you can still contract HIV if the man you have recently had sex with is HIV-positive.
Another reason for you to not take a Viagra pill before you get hooked up in bed with a guy is that the Pfizer tablet can increase the risk of strokes and heart attacks, especially when taken with other performance enhancing drugs. But still if you want to take Viagra, make absolutely sure that you stay away from poppers or ecstasy.
Another alarming finding was that majority of the gay men who used Viagra had obtained the drug from their friends or casual acquaintances. This is against the regulation issued by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA approved Viagra only as a prescription medicine for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. So you should always be having a valid prescription issued by a registered doctor before buying Viagra online or from your local drugstore.
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