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18th Apr 2004, 19:26
'Scuse the ignorance - I know why I need to make my penis larger and my breasts bigger, but...

1) What is this stuff and
2) What does/would/might it do for me?
3) Why do so many people think I should have it?


18th Apr 2004, 19:36
Bigger penis AND bigger breasts?

You looking to break into certain movies or something?

18th Apr 2004, 19:51
Goes by the name sildenafil citrate and is commonly known as Viagra!

I think the other questions will answer themselves!!

tony draper
18th Apr 2004, 20:05
Bloody hell!! thats what it is??, I thunk all those emails where to encourage me to drink more orange juice.

18th Apr 2004, 20:06
Does one prefer no pulp, low pulp, pulp, or high pulp? I prefer tomato juice meself, with a dash(es) of Russia's finest and a celery stalk.


18th Apr 2004, 21:03
saw a pen with Viagara on the other day.
Didn't seem to have done a lot for it.
Still normal size!:E

19th Apr 2004, 01:24
It relaxes the smooth muscle in that region, therby enabling more involuntary bloodflow to that area... the rest then happens...

Ascend Charlie
19th Apr 2004, 03:24
Drapes, if you put that in your orange juice, you would have a stiff drink.

Standing by for Mr Carn and his follow-ups.....

19th Apr 2004, 06:06
A man walks into a chemist and says to the guy behind the counter,

'Listen, I have three girls coming over tonight. I've never had three girls at once and I need something to keep me horny... keep me potent.'

The chemist reaches under the counter, unlocks the bottom drawer and takes out a small cardboard box marked with the label Viagra Extra Strength and says, 'If you take this, you'll go mental for 12 hours.'

Very happy and excited, the man says, 'Gimme three boxes.'

The next day the man walks into the same chemist's shop, right up to the same chemist and pulls down his pants. The chemist looks in horror as he notices the man's d!ck is swollen, black and blue, and the skin is hanging off in some places.

The man says, 'Gimme a tube of Deep Heat.'

The chemist replies, 'Deep Heat? You're not going to put Deep Heat on that are you?'

The man says, 'No, it's for my arms. The girls didn't show up.'

19th Apr 2004, 08:45
BOAC, do a Google search on it. There is a wealth of information therein contained.

The original intent of the viagra development program was to find a new drug with which to treat angina pectoris, or cardiac restriction caused by the cramping of the muscles surrounding the heart (rough definition). The thrust (no pun intended) of the reseach, was to find a compound which would cause blood vessels to open up - a powerful vasodilator.

During trials, so many of the guinea pigs - many of them med students - reported erections as a side effect, that the company realised it had hit an unexected jackpot, and Viagra was born.

Men with heart conditions who take nitrate-based medications are warned away from Viagra, because it behaves in a similar way in the body.

Other men, particularly young men, may notice a similar effect from eating lots of sausages and other smallgoods; not just because of the protein boost they provide, but also because smallgoods are preserved with nitrates, potassium nitrate in particular.

Happy thoughts


19th Apr 2004, 09:02
Although as yet, unlicensed for use in the uk in this way, it MAY also work for women.

From BBC News

It has long been suspected that its effect might help many of the women who suffer the equivalent form of sexual dysfunction - an inability to either attain enough sexual arousal or to maintain it.

Sexual dysfunction in women is reportedly more common in women than impotence is in men.

The research concentrated on 53 women in their 20s - all affected by disorders restricting their ability to get sexually aroused.

Over four weeks, they were given either a placebo, or Viagra, then questioned about any changes.

The results suggested that both arousal and the ability to achieve orgasm both improved when Viagra was being taken.

'More satisfied'

The authors of the study, from the Centre for Sexological Research in the University of Catania, found women taking the drug said they were more satisfied by sex than those taking the placebo.

Viagra has been a multi-million dollar moneyspinner for Pfizer, the drug company which developed it, although other anti-impotence drugs are starting to approach the marketplace.

In the UK, the NHS is prepared to pay for a rationed quantity of tablets for men whose impotence is found to have a definable physical cause, or for whom it is causing significant psychological distress.

However, the NHS is not currently prepared to provide Viagra for women.

However, even Pfizer is somewhat sceptical about the latest research.

A spokesman for the company said: "To date, Pfizer's female sexual dysfunction (FSD) studies demonstrate that while Viagra has been well-tolerated, it has not shown a significant increase in reported sexual arousal.

"Salvadore Caruso's research is an interesting study that we will review as part of our ongoing research.

"Other Pfizer studies in FSD are ongoing including a phase II programme which is part of new research providing insight into various aspects of the condition.

"Results of this should be completed within the next year."

The research was published in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

19th Apr 2004, 10:09
BlueWolf - Please correct me if you think I am wrong, but I believe you have it backwards in regard to potassium nitrate.

Good old KNO3 has been the mainstay of many a boys-school kitchen for eons. The idea is that a dash of saltpeter in the daily ration tends to keep those youthful libidos in a fairly quiescent state. It acts in a manner roughly opposite to V.

The trick with the real V is that it encourages production of an enzyme that releases nitric oxide - a short-lived highly reactive compound also found in automotive exhaust and dental offices - in exactly the right place, and then the NO does the useful work. Similar process can work in other parts of the bod and, by relaxing the circulatory bits, may take blood pressure to uncomfortably low levels when overdone.

Nitroglycerin somehow delivers NO to the heart muscle in rapid order, but not all nitrates are similarly helpful.

Nitrogen, per se, is widely present in the body from breathing and from feeding. The 'amino' aspect of amino acids derives from their having some bound-up nitrogen in the right places. We are all aminals in the main.

Hope is not lost in your pub-crawl cure, however. If you have some ale or stronger with the sausage, you may promote an ad-hoc synthesis of some antihistamines (ethanol and nitrates conceivably may do this) and those could clear up your sinusses quite nicely during that long glide before the hangover kicks in.

Ascend Charlie
19th Apr 2004, 10:31
Another way of encouraging nature is the hyperbaric oxygen chamber. People who have had hyperbaric treatment for other complaints, emerge as horny as a hoot-owl and ready for action.

The high-altitude chamber had the opposite effects on us - we all farted ourselves stupid and nodded off.

20th Apr 2004, 14:31
BlueWolf - Please correct me if you think I am wrong, but I believe you have it backwards in regard to potassium nitrate.

Is that ok even on JB?:eek:

Thanks BW, I had already - just thought it might kick off a thread:D

Jerricho - I'm planning to 'cover all my options'

Boss Raptor
20th Apr 2004, 14:59
I took Viagra once with some mates to try it out, not only did it keep me going too long about 12 hours, got bored of shagging after 2 hours...and she begged me to stop :) but more seriously my eyes hurt like hell for a long time after...one of the side effects apparently...wouldnt touch it again :\

PS. Although not supposed to be for women, the 2 women I know who have tried it say the results are good :E