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  • What Age Groups Must Use Different Generic Viagra types?

    ViagraWe shall be considering the issue with the recent comprehensive study conducted in Moscow that included almost 100 of respondents and revealed interesting results. The total number of participants under supervision was 99 males, with 57 people aged 36 to 60 years (mean age, or second period of maturity) and 42 people at the age from 61 to 75 years. Both groups included males having signs of declining sexual, as well as signs of erectile dysfunction primarily in the form of weak erection and early ejaculation.

    Viagra tablets were prescribed for oral use 1 hour before anticipated sexual connection. The minimum single dose for middle-aged and older men is 50 mg. The maximum single dose is 100mg, the frequency of application 1 times a day, 1-2 times a week during 5 – 6 months period. The results were examined in a comparative way, and compared with those of a control group which included 55 men of the same age with similar complaints of sexual dysfunction and receiving conventional treatment in a clinical setting without the use of Viagra.

    As a result, the positive results of treatment effect were observed in 51 cases (89.4% efficacy) and among older men in 33 cases (78.5% efficacy). These men while taking Viagra have managed to improve erectile function, while tolerability was ‘ranked’ as good. In this case, 2 times better result than men of advanced age was observed in 43 (84.3%) cases middle-aged men. A similar effect of Generic Viagra in elderly men was observed only in 14 cases (42.4%); in these men Viagra action began after 45-50 minutes after dosing and persisted for 1.5-2.0 hours. And although during intercourse sexual sensations were slightly lower compared to their feelings in the past, the effectiveness of Viagra was confirmed. In 19.1% of men in different age groups, the effectiveness of Viagra has been weak.

    Although the intake of Generic Viagra at recommended doses was not fully satisfactory, the reception of drug has still proved its capacity in sexual intercourse erection – it was enough to get the expected result, including the ejaculation process. These men also noted a decrease in the perception of sexual sensation during sexual intercourse, figuratively comparing what they felt with the feelings of wearing a condoms. In 8% of cases the use of Viagra was ineffective, which is interconnected with their alcohol abuse backgrounnd. However, 6 of them, despite the fact that in the coming hours after taking Viagra the erection was not there, found that morning and night erections sufficient for sexual intercourse were there.

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    In men, the application to Viagra was discovered relatively small but statistically significant reduction in blood cocarboxylase (in middle-aged men it was a 2.5-fold reduction, while in older men it was a 3.2 times reduction). In the application of Viagra in 37 cases it was possible to trace the dynamics of cocarboxylase content: as it turned out, the level of cocarboxylase doesn’t provide a significant impact on the oral doses 2 times a week at doses up to 100 mg. At the same time there was normalization of serum cocarboxylase, the nature of which is not different from the normalization of its content in men in the control group not using Viagra.

    Thus, the application of 50mg and 100mg Viagra types in middle-aged and older men having erectile function disorder was effective in 84.8% of cases. Viagra efficacy in middle-aged men was 2-fold higher compared to its effectiveness in elderly men. In 8 (8.0%) of men who abuse alcohol, the use of Viagra has been ineffective. Viagra has no significant effect on blood levels of cocarboxylase when used in single doses orally 2 times a week not exceeding 100 mg per reception.