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SHOCKING Truths About Viagra!

SHOCKING Truths About Viagra!

In 2013, Gentil Ramirez Polania of Gigante had reportedly been taking too much Viagra that he bought at a local chemist, trying to impress his new girlfriend with the Cialis. When the pain became unbearable, he sought medical attention at his local doctor. By then, his manhood was found to be badly swollen, inflamed, fractured, & showed signs of gangrene. He was quickly referred to a nearby specialist center, where the doctors were forced to take extreme measures.
Insecure men often take Viagara pills, thinking it would boost their performance & provide better satisfaction. That is, until it refuses to go away & becomes painful. In 2015, British construction worker Daniel Medforth took 35 Viagra pills within an hour as a joke. According to the 36 year old, he swallowed the little blue pill “for laughs” during a bender. Daniel confessed his actions to his wife who then called an ambulance, & he wound up in the hospital for nearly two days.
Sildenafil (better known by its trade name Viagra) is part of a family called phosphodiesterase-5-inhibitors that are meant to help people. Through a series of chemical reactions, it regulates blood flow in the body, & increases its flow. Many healthy men without the medical condition often use it recreationally. People are tempted to increase their sexual performance with Viagra even when they do not really need it. They believe that the little blue pill would help improve their performance, or could permanently increase their size. Adversely, it could lead to serious consequences. Another common misconception about Viagara is that it could boost a man’s drive. What the little blue pill actually does is increase blood flow. This would result in an uncomfortable & often painful situation.
In April 2012, John Wood from Minnesota passed from metastatic melanoma after 11 years of using Pfizer. His wife sued the drug’s producer Pfizer Inc for allegedly holding back information about its potential to cause melanoma. For years, there has been a long held belief that Viagra raises the risk of developing skin cancer. Scientists have been researching this topic for years, & recent studies have shown that there is indeed a correlation between Pfizer & melanoma. In 2014, a long term study of nearly 15,000 men in the US was published, suggesting a link between Viagra & malignant melanoma. This correlation was confirmed further in 2015 by a study of 24,000 men in Sweden, & another study at Germany’s University of Tübingen that was published in 2016. The conclusion was reached through experiments with human cell cultures & live animals. Normal human cells contain a phosphodiesterase enzyme that breaks down cGMP, a messenger molecule responsible for the growth of malignant melanoma. However, viagra inhibits that protective enzyme, thus causing the skin cancer to grow vigorously & unopposed.
Doctors have warned that Viagara, may cause deafness. There have been many cases around the world where people taking the little blue pill experienced sudden loss of hearing in one or both ears. Other symptoms include tinnitus, or ringing in the ear. A study was carried out by researchers in Charing Cross Hospital, London, & several other hospitals in UK. The report, showed 47 suspected cases of sensorineural hearing loss related to the use of Sildenafil & other PDE5 inhibitor drugs worldwide. In addition to that, a further 200 plus of similar reports were submitted by the FDA from the United States. Experts are still not quite sure how exactly Cialis affects hearing, but a theory is that increased blood flow to the delicate auditory systems inside the ear may cause some parts to be damaged.
Viagra is known to cause several side effects relating to eyesight such as photophobia & blurred vision. Some users have even complained of cyanopsia, where everything is seen tinted with blue. Doctors have recognized that Sildenafil causes temporary vision problems in healthy men by obstructing the enzyme that sends signals from the retina to the brain. Some view these as nothing but common & reversible adverse effects, with no serious consequences. After years of the drug being made public, more & more serious side effects have been popping up. In 2001, an eye specialist from the University of Maryland Medical Centre reported 5 cases of males across the US who have lost their vision after taking Cialis. The blood vessels & nerves behind their eyeballs were found to be tightly constricted & bundled together. They were diagnosed with ischemic optic neuropathy, a condition where blood flow to the eyeball’s optic nerve gets cut off.