The Future of Viagra: Is the Game Over?

Since Viagra pills became available in 1998, they had saved sexual and family lives of many a man. The magic blue pill is now prescribed to millions of males with different ED stages. But things changed by this time and day, and since 1998 there have appeared many new pills and treatment therapies that can move the very first impotence medication aside. So, is the game over for Viagra?

The Newest Alternatives That Change ED Treatment Approaches

ViagraThough blue pills promise great results, some sufferers are tired of taking them when needed. What they want is to be always ready and stop worrying about possible failures. This is why scientists from different parts of the world have already developed new technologies and options, and nanoparticles loaded with nitric oxide are on the list. It is enough to rub them into the penile area and enjoy the results!

Even inexperienced users will understand the benefits of the new technology: PDE-5 inhibitors affect the entire body of a male and this is why some patients suffer from adverse reactions like headaches, flushing, backache and flushing. When the remedy is applied directly to the area that requires engorgement, it works faster and guarantees better results. This new option has all chances to make Viagra and other PDE-5 inhibitors drag far behind on the list of top ED remedies.

The Potential of Viagra in Future

Even if it happens so that new technologies allow forgetting about the intake of pill before intercourse, Viagra is perhaps the only ED remedy that will still remain on the market. Why? The thing is that this medication has some additional medical and non-medical uses. For example, recently, it was discovered to be helpful for people with excessive weight.

The role that Sildenafil – Viagra main ingredient – plays has been recently studied in terms of weight loss. Viagra can be used not only for ED, yet also for high blood pressure, altitude sickness and some other treatments. The drugs can be effectively used by patients with depression and excessive weight.

Can a regular man use Viagra in his weight loss therapy? Definitely not, or should we better say – not yet. Viagra is both an effective and dangerous remedy. It can help people and put their health at risk at the same time. All current experiments are conducted on mice. It means that no one is sure about how the human body will react to the introduction of sildenafil into the weight loss process. It explains why it is impossible to get a Viagra prescription for weight loss just yet.

What is this all about? For someone this information seems to be encouraging, while others are disappointed. Nevertheless, one thing remains clear: even if new technologies and treatment solutions make sildenafil the secondary option for impotence treatment, Viagra will still be trendy as the drugs has much more potential than we know of.

Is Kamagra the Future of Viagra?

Kamagra

Actually, it already is. The thing is that Kamagra is a high quality Viagra analogue with the same active ingredient. However, while others treat Kamagra as Viagra’s nice copy, scientists and doctors know that it has more benefits than the 1st ED pill. How is that? Kamagra has appeared years after Viagra has won the market. It means that it included more improved technologies and secondary ingredients in its content. Today it boasts practically the same results, yet causes fewer side effects, and causes common ones that are slightly milder:

  • migraines – into headache;
  • vision loss – into blurred vision;
  • hearing loss – into partial loss of hearing;
  • fainting – into dizziness;
  • stomachache – into vomiting;
  • penis deformation – into prolonged erection (learn more here).

Another benefit is the price of the analogue. It is much lower than the cost of magic blue pills, which makes it become more available to people from rural areas and with a low income. As long as Kamagra shows more efficacy than Viagra does, it has become popular among men of different age and especially among those with severe health conditions (recent history of strokes or heart attack, liver or kidney problems, diabetes, etc.) who are not recommended to take Viagra. So, even if Viagra does disappear, it will ‘live forever’ as Kamagra.

Viagra Sales Then and Now

After it was first launched in 1998 Viagra became popular in over 50 countries of the world. At that time nearly $400 million worth of the drug was sold in the 1st quarter on the American market. During the very first week over 300,000 prescriptions were written for a magic blue pill. A single pill cost $7. Males who didn’t suffer from impotence tried the medication anyway and experienced the side effects. The adverse reactions and no positive effect made healthy individuals discard the idea of recreational Viagra use. However, this helped researches and doctors get more certain of the fact that Viagra can trigger complication in healthy males and that it never adds to the sexual power or penis length and / or girth, as most men still believe.

Later on an average wholesale price of the prescribed medication was around $8,75 per tablet, while some of its closest counterparts cost much more. The number of prescriptions increased, and the reason was quite clear: men gained and sustained erections even after years of failures, so they were – and still are – desperate for Viagra. In September 1998 Viagra sales began in the greater part of European countries. Today in the UK, the Republic of Ireland and Sweden the government health system covers the purchases of blue pills. It is obvious that 1998 was the year of the initial peak in sales. Most countries displayed leveling off after the peak. In 1999 and 2000 the medication was introduced to the markets of Australia, New Zealand and some Asian countries. Today it is popular all around the globe.

Some researchers have doubts as to whether Viagra is able to hold its position of the ED market leader or not. However, the statistics proves that since 1998 it remains the trendiest and the most widely prescribed impotence medication. It surely has drawbacks, yet today the advantages do prevail.