Adding Viagra or Cialis (any PDE5 inhibitor pill)

What you need to know :

  • Please speak to your Doctor first! There may be other medications you are on that could make this dangerous, or other interactions unique to your medical history. I cannot stress how important it is to always purchase these collection of drugs with a prescription and not from the Internet.

  • There are conditions these pills need to ‘work’ (as in give you an erection, like you see in the movies) when you are aroused, and not stressed. The erection starts in the mind.

  • However, even without awake nerves, the medical literature suggests that adding Viagra or Cialis can help create an even better erection when combined with a VED. As one of my client’s put it in a testimonial: ‘The VED and the cleverly designed ring is superbly effective, especially with a boost from Viagra (although that is not essential)’

  • Take the pill 1-2 hours away from food. Especially heavy fatty meals will slow down absorption.

  • There can be side effects with these drugs. Please ask your doctor for advice (everyone is different, and I’ve heard of clients having side effects to Viagra but not Cialis and vice versa).

Want to try this option? Your next steps :

  • Not currently taking Viagra or Cialis? Book an appointment with your GP or urologist to discuss this option.

  • Already have a script for Viagra and Cialis? Take it as directed by your Doctor.

  • Do The Perfect Conditions Checklist:

    • Am I feeling relaxed and safe?

    • Am I feeling horny, baby? (in an Austin Powers voice if you must) and feeling aroused can be created spontaneously or intentionally through physical stimulation, both are equally normal ways to experience arousal.

    • Did I eat at least one hour ago?

    • What am I expecting? Keep those expectations down to the ground. Remember, if you do not get nocturnal or spontaneous erections that is likely to be from nerve trauma, then the pills might just give you some engorgement and that’s it. The results you are looking for are extra engorgement and enjoyment from the erection you create in the vacuum device, the hope is the pill acts as a sort of ‘icing on the cake’.

  • Do you and your partner want to ‘spice’ this up a bit? One idea that I heard from Richard Wassersug (a Canadian researcher who lives a post-prostate life himself), was to re-purpose or buy a jewellery box and keep one pill in it at a time. Give your partner control over the box. They can then put it out on the bedside table as a signal that they are in the mood for some fun.