Sexual Health for Men: The Complete Guide

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Male Sexual Chemistry and Viagra
From the moment Viagra came on the market, men, and women, too, have been intrigued by this new "potency pill." In this chapter, you will find answers to many of the commonly asked questions about Viagra.
1. What is so special about Viagra?
2. Understanding male sexual chemistry: What makes Viagra work?
3. How does Viagra differ from other impotence treatments?
4. Is Viagra effective for every impotent man?
5. What are the side effects of Viagra?
6. Is there reason to fear Viagra?
7. Death after sex and/or Viagra: What is the risk?
8. What are the fantasies, fears, and reality of philandering after Viagra?
9. Can Viagra take the worry out of sex?
10. How can Viagra be used for maximum benefit and minimal risk?
11. The politics of male sexuality: Who will pay for Viagra?
12. Does Viagra work for women?
13. What's next after Viagra?

His Cheshire cat smile, renewed vigor in stride, and different gaze -- firm, straight-ahead, no longer oblique or downcast -- tells me what I want to know before Michael opens his mouth.

"It worked!"

Eager to elaborate, he went on: "I took the pill around 9 P.M., watched a little TV, then in the middle of the 10 o'clock news decided to join my wife on the couch and started in like when we were first dating."

"I'm waiting to hear the weather, she protested."

"This will be more interesting than the weather," I insisted, feeling myself starting to swell."

"What's gotten into you?" she wanted to know."

"I'll tell you later."

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