Can I take Viagra if I dont have ED?

Taking Viagra can open a new world of sexual satisfaction for many men suffering from ED, but it can be dangerous when used recreationally. Men who don’t have ED should not take Viagra for fun. It can, in fact, have a negative impact on your sexual prowess as well as your mental and physical health.

Is it OK to crush Viagra?

You should do this about an hour before sexual activity. You shouldn’t crush or split the tablet. It can be taken with or without meals, but not with liquids. The tablets contain 10 mg of medication that shouldn’t be taken more than once a day.

Can I give Viagra to my girlfriend?

Even though Viagra is licensed to treat erectile dysfunction in men, it isn’t licensed to treat women. You could get potentially serious side effects and you would be putting yourself at risk without any proven benefits. For these reasons, we don’t recommend that women take male Viagra.

Can a 25 year old use Viagra?

Young people may get results from a smaller dose: As little as 25 mg may be enough. The FDA has not approved Viagra for women, but Murdock says, “It’s just a matter of time.” He says he and other doctors who specialize in sexual medicine prescribe it to women, which is perfectly legal.

Does ginseng work like Viagra?

Ginseng also improved sexual desire and arousal in both sexes, raising the possibility that ginseng could be the first known legitimate natural aphrodisiac. Larger studies are needed, however. Ginseng likely works like Viagra in relaxing muscles and improving blood flow to the genital region.

Can I take Viagra 2 days in a row?

It is safe to take every day, starting at 25mg or 50mg per dose with the option to go up to a 100mg dose for those who need it. If you have no problematic pre-existing health issues and you’re not taking other ED medications at the same time, you can take Sildenafil several days in a row.