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Doctors Use Creative Methods To Determine Which Patients Are Good Candidates For Viagra

Viagra is a medication that’s been on the market for a while now and because of this you would think that it’s very clear who needs it and who doesn’t. The thing is that more and more doctors want to test men out in different ways in order to ensure they would be a good fit for the drug. Just how are they doing this? Well when a man comes in to see a doctor about erectile dysfunction problems common questions are going to be asked.

 How often do you experience problems with getting an erection?
 How long do you tend to keep an erection?
 Do you have to work extra hard to get it up and keep it up?

All of these are basic, but what doctors are doing now is conducting tests on men in order to see if they can fight ED without having to over rely on Viagra.

Take the case of one man who was asked by a doctor what visual images he likes to see before he partakes in sexual activity. Now this might not seem like an important question, but the reason this is important is because certain men have psychological triggers. Triggers such as what color a women is wearing, the type of clothing a women wears before she comes to bed, certain scents, certain design patters (floral designs or little hearts).

In the case above the man through proper questioning from the doctor found out that he was stimulated when a woman wore certain types of underwear. It wasn’t anything skimpy, just a certain color and style (bikini cut).
Other unconventional cases include men who were asked by a doctor what he likes a woman to say to him before sexual intercourse. Some men liked dirty talk, but the more telling this was that a lot of men preferred talk that made a women seem vulnerable. The theory behind this was that men are programmed to provide and protect. These are things that reinforce a mans need to feel masculine and valuable. These feeling translate into sexual desire, increased testosterone levels and superior sexual performance.

Doctors were willing to prescribe Viagra in the above cases, but they wanted to make sure the men understood how to ramp up the drug’s effectiveness. It would also ensure that they didn’t become too dependent on the drug, requiring higher dosages down the road. No, doctors aren’t psychologists, but this doesn’t mean they can’t use unconventional methods to see if a man would be a good candidate for Viagra or any ED medication.

Taking this approach means more men will be able to get the proper help they need, not just in the form of a pill, but psychologically as well. The only downside to doctors using unconventional methods such as those mentioned here is that not all men are going to feel comfortable to open up about certain things all the time.

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