Can Viagra prevent impotence?

Some urologists say that taking Canadian Viagra can prevent occurrence of erectile dysfunction. Dr. Marvin Freeman, professor of urology at Wisconsin University Medical School, has organized a study in which it became clear that an erection not consciously occurs in men during sleep is very important to preserve erectile function. The fact that the erection of the penis, large amounts of blood rich in oxygen and nutrients needed for normal functioning of organs.

With age, nocturnal erections during sleep occur less often, but men tend not to notice this fact. Judging by the results of Professor, those men who often have nocturnal erections, the overall decrease in sexual function catches up later in life. freeman has also pointed out that online Viagra Canada increases the number of nocturnal erections, and concluded that this drug is suitable for the preventive treatment of impotence – as it is able to prevent the disorder, which has not yet manifested.

“A lot of people are taking nitroglycerin to prevent angina – said Dr.Freeman, answering questions from reporters of NEW YORK TIMES.” – The same can probably be said about Viagra and erectile dysfunction. “

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Of course, prevention of future sexual disorders – not the main purpose of Viagra. Moreover, the theory that regular erections necessary for proper nutrition and blood supply of the penis is just a theory. Given its high cost, Viagra is unlikely to become widespread, “vitamin pill” for those who do not suffer from erectile dysfunction, but wanted to guard against possible trouble in the future.

However, according to Dr. Freeman, regular use of generic Viagra pills from Canada can prevent worsening of sexual disorders in men with moderate and moderately severe erectile dysfunction.

The highest efficacy is achieved when using high doses (up to 100mg.) To be more precise, 63, 74 × 82% of patients taking Viagra in doses, respectively, 25, 50 × 100mg., noted a marked improvement in their erectile function compared with 24% of control patients who received placebo.