If there’s a drug directly related to sex, and also famous worldwide, that’s Viagra. Not many people know, but the pills exist by an accident. It was created after some researchers tried to develop a formula to improve blood flow.


At first, erection was nothing but a side effect. But, in the end, it became the main reason for people to want to buy it in the first place.
If you wish to know more about Viagra effects on the body, grab a coffee, cosy up, and keep reading!


How long does the effect last?


That’s one of the main questions related to Viagra. There are several stories of men who said their erection lasted the whole day after taking the blue pill - and that might actually be possible in some cases.

Under normal circumstances, the formula lasts about four hours. Which means that, after this period, it’s normal that the effect is reduced by 50%. In any way, as most medications, this may vary depending on the person.

It is also worth reminding that, in some cases, its effect may continue for hours, and in others may be intermittent (coming and going). In such cases, after 12 hours, for example, the person may have new erections that last an average of 16 minutes.


How does the organism react?


It’s also important to understand how our body reacts to Viagra after its consumption. The Daily Mail has carried out a study in order to gather that information.

They have discovered that nothing happens during the first 12 minutes, since that’s the period during which the pill is absorbed by the body. After that, the effect is quickly perceived by the taker, and the body’s average response period is of approximately 27 minutes. During that time, a medium-height-man usually feels an erection coming.

Its peak occurs after about 57 minutes. That is when the drug reaches its maximum potential, and when there’s the strongest blood flow to the penis.


Is the pill enough?


Taking Viagra won’t work without another mandatory component. In order for the pill to work accordingly, there must be sexual stimuli. If the man isn’t sexually aroused, the blue pill can’t work no miracles.


How long should I take it before sex?


The goal is to enjoy the drug’s effect on its peak. With that in mind, it is recommended that the patient takes a pill at least half an hour before intercourse.

Since it takes about an hour until the erection reaches its best form, that’s the most appropriate period to make us of it. In the end, it’s best to have it with some anticipation so you enjoy its effects at the right time - hopefully, also with the right person.


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Assinante Souza wrote on 2019/04/04
Perigoso !

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