I'm a 32-year old man, I have erection but can't hold that too long to insert. I visited a doctor and he suggested me to use viagra for a couple of days and stop thereafter. I'm new married guy.
Sorry for your troubles! I'm no pharmacist sir but i am a pharmacy technician, here are my suggestions.
I'd suggest to your doctor for ER viagra, its spendy, but thats the price you pay for sex. lol. Another thing, viagra does not have much long term effects. Your young, and assuming, still healthy. Maybe consult with your doctor to try levitra, or cialis, same kinda meds, just work a little different. Hope i helped!
My guess is that the doctor has recognised that you're a newly married young man with a case of nerves. The stress or pressure to perform in your new marriage may be causing distraction enough for your erection to fade. As a result, the doctor has suggested using Viagra to assure that you will stay firm until you "get your sealegs", to borrow an old expression. Once you've had some success "the training wheels" will come off, and you'll be "riding tall in the saddle" regularly.
No, I don't expect there's any long lasting effects of ever having used Viagra.
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