Drug Options For Pro-Sexual Effects:
If you are looking to increase your prowess in the bedroom with help from something other than steroids, there are three main types of Drugs For Pro-Sexual Effects you should consider:
- PDE5 inhibitors,
- Melanocortin agonists,
- Pramipexole (Mirapex).
Each performs the task in different ways with different benefits and drawbacks. Please read carefully and consider all the side effects before choosing what is best for your body and bedroom activities.
What Causes An Erection?
An erection occurs when arousal triggers a series of reactions in the body that lead to the enzyme guanosine cyclase being released. Every particular enzyme only fits one substrate (compound affected by the enzyme). The substrate for guanosine cyclase is guanosine triphosphate (GTP). When guanosine cyclase is released, it joins with GTP, creating cGMP. cGMP relaxes the smooth muscles of the penis, allowing increased blood flow.
PDE5 Inhibitors: How the Little Blue Pill Packs Its Punch?
PDE5 inhibitors such as sildenafil (Viagra) and tadalafil (Cialis) are the most talked about drugs in the discourse about erectile dysfunction (ED). The intended effect of PDE5 inhibitors is to stop the breakdown of cGMP (cyclic guanosine monophosphate) in blood vessels. By stopping the breakdown of cGMP in blood vessels that fill the penis, these drugs increase the amount of blood flow to the penis.
Side Effects and the Truth about PDE5 inhibitor Erections:
Despite what some commercial and drug companies would have potential customers believe, these are not miracle drugs. Their increase in blood flow is only relative to how the user would usually perform without them. Consider the effects of the drug on a scale from 0 to 10.
Viagra and other PDE5 inhibitors will not take an erection from a 4 to a 10. The user at 4 will see an increase to a 6 or maybe a 7. One thing to note is the PDE5 inhibitors do not have an effect on the libido. It is not recommended to take them daily as your body can acclimate to the effects of the drug.
Common Side Effects Include:
- muscle pain,
- blurred vision.
With More Serious Side Effects Being:
- loss of vision, hearing,
- or an erection lasting longer than 4 hours.
Melanocortin Agonists: Working From One Head Down to The Other:
The most common Melanocortin Agonists are Melanotan II and bremelanotide (PT-141). They come in the form of injections and, unlike the PDE5 inhibitors, do not target the penis directly. Instead, they work from the brain down into the nervous system.
Sunny Side Effects:
The recommended dose of Melanotan is 1-2 mg. The injection can take up to 8 hours before fully effective. Those who use Melanotan II can experience an increased ability to tan as well as darkening of skin impurities such as moles.
Those who use PT-141 will not see an increase in ability to tan and should know it can cause nausea and backaches. The recommended dose of PT-141 is .5 to 2 mg.
Increasing Dopamine as a Pro-Sexual Solution:
Pramipexole (Mirapex), a dopaminergic drug, will have the best results through daily use. A safe dose is .25 mg and anything over .5 mg is not encouraged or recommended unless prescribed to you by a doctor. A safer choice would be selegiline (Deprenyl) at 2.25 mg a day.
You May Does Not Need ED Drugs:
High Estradiol can also cause erectile dysfunction. Aromatase inhibitors can correct the imbalance and have a pro-sexual effect. If testosterone or estradiol is too low, one can sometimes get a pro-sexual effect from HCG through correcting the deficit. While it will only increase estradiol slightly, it may be enough to get levels back to normal.
Seek to fix any sexual related problems before turning to ED drugs. But if it happened to got in such situation be sure the above-mentioned tips would help you a lot.