Stendra without prescription
Several weeks ago the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new
erectile dysfunction (impotence) drug - medical name: Avanafil. And if you're
thinking, "oh, boy, another drug to help men perform," you are correct. Except
the news about Stendra is a bit more newsworthy in that it can work in as little
as 15 minutes. And you know what that means. No more twiddling your thumbs,
making more small talk, or plenty of wishing and hoping.
Some of the other erectile dysfunction drugs that have been saturating the impotency marketplace for a decade or more may not be too happy to know there is a "new kid" on the block, and he's quicker on the draw than you. If all goes well with Stendra, it could give "on-demand" sex a whole new meaning. And if you're wondering why some "Big Pharma" medical companies keep putting out new products like this drug pointed directly at the male population, maybe you need a reminder of the major reason, and it starts with money.
If you think the erectile dysfunction sales market is "chump
change" maybe you should sit down for this announcement! Since the inability
to perform affects more than 30 million men in this country, last year all
the current "treatment" drugs, excluding this new drug Stendra, surpassed
the $50 billion mark! (That’s a B, folks) However, what sets the "new kid"
Stendra from the competition is the ability to work its miracle up to 60
minutes faster than the usual suspects.
Speaking of usual suspects, Stendra common side effects can include nasal congestion, redness in the face, headaches, and minor back pain. Several men who have already tried the drug report some "color-vision changes," loss of vision, and hearing. We presume these are minor irritations and temporary in scope.