Question: Can Viagra Make Erectile Dysfunction Worse?

Can Viagra cause erectile dysfunction?

Viagra and other phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitors should be taken only by men who have ED.

Men who take ED drugs recreationally for longer and larger erections may find that they actually develop ED.

Risk factors for ED include older age, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure.

What happens if you take Viagra without erectile dysfunction?

Recreational use of Viagra is potentially dangerous and may not increase the strength of your erections unless you have erectile dysfunction. Viagra can cause serious side effects and negative interactions with prescription drugs, common over-the-counter medications, and even natural supplements.

Can male enhancement pills cause erectile dysfunction?

Montague said it is common for a man to monitor his erection after taking an ED drug, and this “spectatoring” can detract from his pleasure. It also can turn up the activity of the sympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for people’s flight-or-fight response.

Will viagra work with nerve damage?

Viagra can be less effective for men with conditions like nerve damage or even diabetes. If Viagra doesn’t work, or it’s not as effective as you’d like, you should speak with your doctor about your options.