Side Effects of Viagra (that you don't know)

If you are taking or considering taking PDE5 Inhibitors and/or the generic versions this is a must read.

 

Generic Viagra is called Sildenafil.

 

If you are taking Viagra/Sildenafil or considering taking it you are probably aware of the common side effects.

 

Common side effects include:

            

  •    flushing
  •    upset stomach
  •    abnormal vision, such as changes in color vision  and blurred vision
  •   stuffy or runny nose
  •    back pain.
  •   muscle pain 
  •   nausea
  •   headache

 

Chronic Viagra usage is 1 or more years.

 

Here are the chronic side effects:

 

1. 10 times the risk  of developing Glaucoma when taking Viagra long term ( more than 1 year.)

 

2.  Viagra could decrease natural killer cell activity.

Natural killer cell activity are our first line of defense  against cancer.

Which is naturally a concern if you are taking these post prostrate cancer.

 

3. Skin cancer (melanoma) - melanoma can spread quickly and can kill with in a few months.

This happens partly by a gene mutation in the cancer that induces melanoma cell invasion by down-regulating cGMP-Specific Phosphodiesterase Type 5 inhibitor.

 

This is also how Viagra works, it’s Phosphodiesterase Type 5 inhibitor. This Viagra may have the same effect of promoting melanoma growth.

 

In a cohort study by Li WQ, Qureshi AA, Robinson KC, Han J. - Viagra use was associated with an 84% risk of a subsequent melanoma diagnosis. This is a significant association! 

 

This is why I say over and over that PDE5 inhibitors are a last resort and not a 1st choice.

 

Go holistic, there are no side effects and only positive affects. 

 

Shari James RN is a Holistic Sex Coach who specializes in helping men heal erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation with out using pills.

Close

50% Complete

Two Step Sign Up!

Thank you for joining the MALEBOX newsletter. Please fill out your name and email address below. Next, check your email and click the link to confirm your subscription.