If the penis is not fully erect, it becomes difficult to put on a condom and work safely. An erection aid can help.
What are erection aids?
Erection pills increase blood flow to the penis, making it easier to achieve an erection. However, keep in mind that these pills still require sexual stimulation and arousal to be effective.
Viagra, Cialis and Levitra are some of the safe, prescription-only erection pills. A doctor will assess your health risks before prescribing this type of medication.
You can also get erection pills without a prescription, but these do not meet the requirements governing registration of medicines. For example, Kamagra, often sold online, contains Sildenafil, the same active ingredient as Viagra but be aware that alternative treatments are not always effective and can contain harmful and hazardous ingredients.
A cock ring is a responsible alternative to pills if you have problems getting and maintaining an erection.
Risks of long-lasting sex
The longer the sex, the greater the risk of damaging the mucosa and the possibility of bacteria and viruses entering your body. When using an erection aid, chances are that sex will last longer. Below are some tips to reduce the risks:
- Change condom every 15 minutes.
- Use a lot of lubricant.
Erection aids and other drugs
Avoid mixing erection pills with poppers, cocaine or chems, particularly if you have cardiovascular problems!
To make their erection last longer or because they have difficulty getting an erection as a result of drug use, some men use erection aids even though they have no erection problem. Be careful not to endanger your health.