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What is the difference between Stendra and Viagra?

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I heard that Stendra is stronger and better than Viagra. Is that true? How is Stendra different? What are side effects? Does anyone have experience with any of these pills? Thanks in advance.



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I’ve taken both of them as a healthy guy when we had getaway romantic nights with my wife. They are quite similar in getting you to the whole new level. Yet, if you want my opinion – my choice is Stendra. It works faster, you get the results in up to 15 minutes (compared to about 45 minutes you’ll need with Viagra). And Stendra lasts longer. Viagra is ineffective in 4 hours after you take it. With Stendra, you may function sexually within 6 hours or so. And Stendra is cheaper.

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My brother is a GP and he says that Viagra is better known and marketed. And that is the main reason why some folks think it is safer or better. At the same time, Viagra users have reported some side effects, such as hearing difficulties and a more frequently reported problem – seeing a blue tint before their eyes after taking Viagra.
With Stendra, such side effects have not been reported so far. The fact is that it has not been in the market long enough and it is possible that we’ll hear of some rare Stendra side effects later.
By the way, Stendra is not recommended for men who have cardiac conditions and especially those who take nitrates. Anyway, it is better to consult your doctor instead of buying some doubtful stuff online. That’s what I think.

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+1 for Stendra. It has longer duration and limited side effects. What’s important you don’t need any special health condition to get a prescription from your GP. Simply make an appointment and get it.

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