The only drugs that have been proven to help treat sexual dysfunction are Viagra, Spedra, Levitra, Cialis and generic Sildenafil for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men.
Once you take it, it should start working for you in about 30 mins. It’s usually in full swing by about the 1-hour mark, unless you’ve had a heavy meal beforehand. Most other medication takes about as long to get started, except for Spedra which can get going in just 15 mins.
The “magic pill” that contains phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors — used to treat erectile dysfunction — helped extend the length of time men could last in bed before reaching an orgasm, according to a 2012 study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Can Viagra make you last longer after orgasm? No, Viagra only works for erectile dysfunction – if you lose your erection too quickly then Viagra can help you to last longer in bed. However, it won’t make you last longer if: You come too early (premature ejaculation)
Typically, the recommended dose is 50 mg taken about one hour before sexual activity. But you can take Viagra anywhere from 30 minutes to four hours before you have sex. This medicine usually shouldn’t be used more than once a day.