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  1. springhere1888

    springhere1888 New Member

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    Anyone take viagra? I'm a healthy mid 20s and have no problem in that dept., and wonder if anyone has taken it..... what does it do with a healthy man?

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    I tried it a couple if times. (Ive got to say, that I certainly don't have a real need.)

    It's pretty cool.

    It doesn't give you a hard on for no reason. Remember when you were 14 and you saw a cirlce and thought of a boob and popped up. It's not like that all.

    But, once you're stimulated, it's right there. Nothing unsual about that. What I did notice is that it stayed hard when it might not otherwise. For example, my GF and I were on the couch. Kissing turned to petting. Flacid turned to erect. On the way up to the bedroom we made a couple stops. She went to the bathroom to do what women do befor sex. I got coffee ready for the next morning and fed the cat. (Yeah, we've been togehter for a while now.) So, ten minutes letter, we get in bed and I've still got the erection. After sex it was still there - not as hard, but still erect. So we did it again.

    I've heard about side effects. The only think I noticed was a slight headache a few hours later. If you can picksome up, it's worth playing with.
     
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    What does yer size have to do with this subject? Secondly, I'm 20, and I haven't taken any. I don't want to. I wouldn't use it unless I pulled a Bob Dole and couldn't get it up. I think it's kinda dangerous to like, take it when you don't need it just because yer sex life is so boring that you think taking Viagra will help get yer rocks off. You people need to like, stop depending on pharmaceuticals. They're bad for you.
     
  4. Imported

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    AzNightSun: your in your 20s and taking that...are you out of your fu*king mined i work in heath care and by taking that you are going to pay for it later on man tust me,

    that drug is not just for play and as most think to get your rocks off

    so stop taking it NOW!

    dam some people..........
     
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    Exactly. But people are fuckin morons dude. Like, I honestly don't trust the pharmaceutical copanies. I don't believe they're in "healh care," I totally believe that they're in "sick care." They're not like, tryin to prevent us fro mgettin sick, they're trying to keep us sick so that we'll use their drugs. Which is why pot, which can be used to treat all sort of diseases, as well as for recreaton, isn't legal. It's because anyone can grow pot, and that means the pharmaceutical companies can't make money off of someting that anyone can grow.

    Not only can pot treat glaucoma, but my dad has Multiple Scerosis. I'll buy him 5 joints for a month so he can feel good. He's in the 5th stage of it. Pot helps. More tomorrow, I'm tired.


    EDIT: Continuing... My dad is in like, consant pain. The steroids they put him on fos his disease ate away at the cartilege in his rotator cuffs. So like, that's bonr on bone. The steroids ate away at some other bone masses. He's on a lot of pain meds. Morphine Sulfate for pain. Valium and Soma for muscle spasms. Percocet for breakthrough pain. Yet like, even on all those meds, he's still in pain. And smoking a joint over the course of a week makes him feel fine. But like I said, anyone can grow pot, which means pharmaceutical companies can't make money off of it, and the pharmaceutical companies have a choke hold on our government. There are plenty other drugs I approve of in use of treating diseases.

    A few years back, I saw a show on MTV called True Life: I'm Addicted to MDMA (Ecstacy). There was this one couple. Well...the dude died, but like, the wife video tapedthe last X amount of months together for their daughter. So like, you see on the tape that this man is in SO much pain from his cancer and treatments, not to mention you can tell what kind of emotional pain he's goin through. So like, you see their tapes, and he progressively get worse, the point where he's talked about suicide. So, one day, the woman comes home with some E. He took it, and let me tell you, he was up again. He'd like, walk around. Something he couldn't do without being in SO much pain. He was happy (well...duh). Now, they didn't abuse it. But it helped make the last month or so of his life worth living. Now, why wouldn't the government approve use of it? That's right! Becuase anyone can make E. Pharmaceutical companies lose money, so of course the government won't approve.

    Pot and Ecstacy so like, be legalized for both recreation and medical purposes. Sorry for the long post guys, but like, I feel very strongly against pharmaceutical companies.
     
  6. D_Humper E Bogart

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    It's usually about treating the symptoms, rather than the cure, isn't it?

    Anyway, on the record, I have taken Viagra. For a photo shoot. But it just made me feel "lubed". You want me to last forever, find me a naked girl with flesh on her bones!
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    As for E, I dunno, I'm rusty with neurochemistry, but I know Cannabis is a decent reliver of "stress", that's for sure.
     
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    # New Viagra eye drops make you look hard.

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    # A man at the pharmacy to pick up his Viagra prescription exclaimed over the $10/pill price. His wife, who was with him, had a different opinion: "Oh, $40 a year isn't too bad."
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    # Rumor has it that when a truck carrying a load of Viagra slid off into the Ohio River, all the lift bridges suddenly went up.

    # The difference between Niagara and Viagra? Niagara Falls.
     
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    While I agree pot should be legalized, Ecstasy is a totally different matter. I had a friend that died after taking one of them, so I think they are the most evil thing man has ever created.

    I know that it depends on where you get the pills, but there is always an uncertainty factor, and the margin of error is always to great
     
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    Ecstasy use in today's recreational drug scene is full of risks, but the accurate medical term should be MDMA. Ecstasy could be anything. It's a terrible term.
    Whereas 10 years ago you could be pretty sure that all Ecstasy was MDMA, today that is not the case at all. It's an old drug: Germany issued the patent for it in 1914 to the German company E. Merck. (Ecstasy wasn't his first name)

    The old MDMA didn't have the hype in the history of psychopharmaceuticals.
    It perhaps had some advantages over a drug like LSD, in that it was milder, easier to control, and facilitated introspection and articulating feelings. It appeared to be effective on people who were alexithymic="without words for feelings."
    People who just could not connect to the feeling states, who were just cut off from their emotional processes, seemed, under the influence of MDMA, suddenly able to access those states and put them into words. And it was thought to be very helpful for relationship therapies. In other words, people like men feeling. Also MDMA is tested as a therapeutic medication for clinical conditions for severe chronic post-traumatic stress disorder who hadn't responded well to conventional treatment.
    Also people with addictive disorders, people with terminal cancer who had severe anxiety and depression and were not responding to conventional treatment for their anxiety or depression.

    However, when you're talking about recreational Ecstasy "THE LOVE DRUG" users, one issue is that they are often taking a lot of different drugs and they often take high dosages. They're up all night, they're sleep deprived, they're nutritionally deprived, they're basically taking the drug in the most adverse environment you could possibly imagine: Hot, stuffy, crowded clubs, not replacing fluids/water, exercising and dancing all night. Also from 1 MDMA/XTC pill you won't die when taken at the correct condictions.

    I'm not going to ignore risks, there are serious risks with recreational Ecstasy
    but it's not the "evil thing" man has ever created.
     
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    I've tried in a couple, three times and have had no results. Found it very odd. Cialis (sp) worked for me though. Have a friend who has gotten samples, so yes they were legit.
     
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    Other than a general distrust of meds, has anyone had a long term downside of using ED drugs for recreation? For instance, did you find that you needed them to get hard at all? Or can you use them for an occasional boost without a lot of risk. FWIW, I am 40 and find there are occassions that my plumbing just isn't up to scratch. However, I don't want to risk what natural function I have left if pills will actually sap me of that virility, as well.
     
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    Nix, it just hit me: that's an interesting point of view for someone who's going to be working at a drugstore!
     
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    Nix, it just hit me: that's an interesting point of view for someone who's going to be working at a drugstore!
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    I'm workin photo, brah. Far away from the pharmaceuticals, interacting with chemicals!
     
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    Could you elaborate please? "Pay for it later on...not just for play" ?????
     
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    # Do you know what happens when a lawyer takes Viagra? .....

    He gets taller! :D
     
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    Cool. Let's get together and see what develops! Can you picture it? I have a feeling we'll click! :lol:
     
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    DON'T use this if you are taking nitrates (heart medications) or use "poppers." Please. The drug interactions can cause a drop in blood pressure that may be fatal. Yes, there have been deaths recorded.

    Learn about other potential side effects. This page lists side effects and has a lot of information. The most frequent side effects are headache and facial flushing. Side effects are dosage related. People with certain medical conditions should steer clear. Learn about these before you use these meds.
     
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    Cool. Let's get together and see what develops! Can you picture it? I have a feeling we'll click! :lol:
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    So cheesy it's adorable!
     
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    I used to take it almost every day. I'm not worried at all. :D
     
  20. jonb

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    Well, Nixxy, it works like this:

    *OTCs generally only treat symptoms. The only OTCs I trust are dietary supplements, pimple cream, and things like condoms and bandages. And of course painkillers, but even then you should be careful with them. (The prescription stuff is stronger and potentially addictive.)
    *Yes, pharmaceutical companies are in the business of making money. So are alternative medicines. It gets worse when free-market fanatics control the FDA.
    *Pardon the pun, but I get sick of ads for medicine. Do I REALLY need to hear about Valtrex when I'm eating?

    The bottom line is to make sure your doctor knows about any side effects.
     
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