Does Viagra Stop you Cumming?

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So you’re interested in improving your sexual performance? You went to your doctor so he can prescribe you for erectile dysfunction so you can have access to Viagra. Or you availed of BlueChew’s services. So you did all that, and now the time comes to put your efforts to the test. But it’s scary. You’ve never taken Viagra before. You know it helps you get hard, but doesn’t that also mean that it could stop you from orgasming? The answer is no, it does not.


First off, let’s find out more about Viagra. Viagra is an anti erectile dysfunction medication made popular worldwide to help men who can’t get their penises erect. But aside from erectile dysfunction, Viagra also helps with pulmonary arterial hypertension which is inexplicable high blood pressure in the lungs. See, viagra, at its core deals with blood flow.


Viagra works by helping the blood vessels relax, essentially widening them for better blood flow. The common misconception here is that Viagra gets people hard. No, it only helps you get hard. Without sexual stimulation, your dick will be as limp as it is normally. This is where the answer to your question comes in. Viagra doesn’t stop orgasms, it just gets your blood flow going smoothly, it doesn’t have anything to do with the penis in general except if it also has something to do with blood. So no, it doesn’t stop you from cumming, you can cum as frequently as you like. And before you ask the follow-up, yes, it can help you get erect again after cumming as long as it’s still in effect. 


When taking Viagra to make sure you take it at least a half an hour before sexual intercourse. The improved erection susceptibility will last for 2-3 hours depending on your metabolism or how much Viagra you took. Make sure that you only take 1 pill every 24 hours. Taking more than your prescribed dosage will result in you suffering from an overdose that includes priapism, a long-lasting but painful erection, diarrhea, and blurred and distorted vision. 


Of course, like all pharmaceutical products, Viagra has its own side effects. Thankfully, none of them actively blocks you from cumming. The following are the most common side effects: headaches, nasal congestion, impaired vision, sensitivity to light, and indigestion. These are but small things that you have to suffer through just to make sure that your partner can experience you at your best.


Viagra also has some dangerous side effects, though all of them rarely happens. I have listed them here just so you, dear reader, can have the whole picture. Viagra can cause priapism, as I said before the painful longer-lasting erection. It can cause heart attacks and hearing and vision loss. It is unclear why Viagra can cause hearing loss, but nevertheless, it has the small potential to do so.


And there you have it. Viagra doesn’t stop orgasms, but it has some side effects that you may want to take into consideration.

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