Is Viagra (Sildenafil) Addictive?

If you’re regularly struggling to get it up, Sildenafil (the generic version of Viagra) will help you achieve and maintain an erection.

Far from giving you an irreversible diamond cutting erection as soon as you take the pill, Sildenafil ensures your erection shows up when you’re actually aroused, meaning you can enjoy a healthy sex life without feeling anxious about your performance, or about being permanently hard.

Sildenafil is approved by the MHRA, the UK government body that regulates medicine, who concluded that there is no evidence from clinical trials that it leads to dependence or addiction. Once Sildenafil leaves your system, your body will also have no physical dependence on it. But like any drug, it’s wise to monitor your relationship with Sildenafil: always take the prescribed dosage, at the appropriate times. 

In the past few years, a number of scandalous stories about sildenafil-based misadventures have made the rounds—most notably, the UK man who sunk 35 tablets at once “for a laugh”. Like any prescription drug, Sildenafil needs to be respected.

Anecdotal tales abound of otherwise healthy men taking Sildenafil to achieve harder erections, to counter the effects of brewer’s droop, or guarantee they can still get it up after overindulging on illicit substances are widespread. Knowing that Sildenafil will let them perform no matter the substances they’ve ingested can lead to misuse and is not advised.

Long story short, there’s no need to worry about addiction. There’s absolutely no physical dependency on branded Viagra or its more cost effective, unbranded counterpart Sildenafil. Use it appropriately and enjoy easier erections. Happy days.

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