There is an argument that some oral medications to for erectile dysfunction could be sold OTC (over-the-counter) rather than as prescription only medicines. It is possible that Viagra, for example may be available someday over-the-counter.
The pharmaceutical company that held the patent on Viagra, has considered applying to the regulatory authorities in the Eurozone with the proposal that Viagra be allowed to be sold without prescription.
Allowing greater access to this drug would be beneficial to millions of men worldwide who have used the medication and will continue to use this pill for their erectile dysfunction.
According to doctors however, if there is no longer a requirement for a prescription to be obtained, other underlying chronic health conditions may be missed. Many men notice erectile dysfunction first before other symptoms of chronic health conditions are uncovered, so seeing their doctor may be the best opportunity to check on their general health.
Underlying Chronic Disease
Underlying health conditions such as atherosclerosis or diabetes can cause erectile dysfunction. These kinds of chronic health issues can be recognised during a checkup appointment by their doctor whenever a man attends an appointment for an erectile dysfunction prescription.
Doctors are concerned that if men were able to purchase Viagra and similar medications without having to obtain a prescription, doctors would miss an opportunity for diagnosis of many other chronic health conditions.
Doctors do concede however that it would not be unsafe for men to purchase ED medicines without prescription (OTC) if the chemist ensures that checks were conducted in order to ensure the safety and suitability of the medication for that particular customer.
Seeing the Doctor can be Embarrassing
Most men find that seeing a doctor about sexual performance issues is rather embarrassing. If erectile dysfunction medications can be purchased over-the-counter, most men would find that a preferable option.
Sometimes other factors may be at play in the sexual performance stakes other that getting and maintaining an erection.
If libido is an issue, Viagra will not be able to help because sexual stimulation is necessary for the medication to work. Viagra cannot increase desire.
Women and Viagra
Female Viagra has not worked as effectively for women as Viagra has for men. That is why women’s Viagra has not finished going through the approval processes and safety tests.
Some experts think that female sexual dysfunction may be more often psychological rather than physical in nature.
It is said that men become sexually excited by seeing something that is sexual to them, whereas women may become sexually excited by feeling emotionally connected.
Viagra works by causing blood engorgement in the genitalia. This engorgement allows the penis to become swollen and firm – working well to solve erectile dysfunction issues. Viagra can help women with poor lubrication by increasing blood flow to the lubricating glands thus improving lubrication. It is estimated that between ten to twenty percent of women have difficulties with lubrication and can be helped by erectile dysfunction medications such as Viagra. There are no studies on the larger percentage of women who suffer from sexual dysfunction due to low libido or who are uncomfortable physically during sex.
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