Why Viagra Doesn`t Work For Me?

Why Viagra Doesn`t Work For Me?

Jumat, 29 November 2019

Nobody would argue that the creation of erectile dysfunction drugs, such as Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra, has been one of the key events in the medical world in the last twenty years. These drugs, based on sildenafil, tadalafil, and avanafil, have restored masculine power to millions of men around the world, saved innumerable marriages, fixed uncountable numbers of cases of low confidence and depression. Canadian Health&Care Pharmacy prides itself on being at the forefront of events on the market, and we are happy to offer the widest possible range of high-quality products to our customers in Canada at the best prices. Every day we receive numerous messages and reviews from our clients, who are eager to tell us about the profound positive effect that Cialis or Viagra have had on their sexual and personal life.

And yet, it does happen that an ED drug doesn’t work: it is quite rare, but we do get disappointed messages and negative reviews from customers whose hopes and expectations are not realized. They all ask the same question: why didn’t Viagra/Cialis/Levitra work for me? This is a complex matter, and many possible causes can be involved. In this overview, we present the most common explanations as to why you may not experience the desired effect after taking an ED drug.


Have you bought it at a reputable pharmacy?

As recently as a few years ago, it was not yet possible to buy high-quality ED drugs online in Canada due to patent limitations. Luckily, as patents ran out one by one, major global manufacturers of innovative quality generics have been able to enter the market in Canada. Generic drugs are not just as efficient and safe as the brand-name versions: very often, they represent a more advanced stage in pharmaceutical engineering, more potent products with even less side effects. The same happened with Viagra and other ED pills: new, fourth-generation generics, such as famous Viagra Professional, Cialis Super Active, and Levitra Super Force, ensure a more durable effect, stronger erections, shorter recovery times between intercourses – all with significantly reduced rates of side effects. In this sense, large and reputable online pharmacies in Canada, such as Canadian Pharmacy Mall acanadianhealthcaremall.com, offer their clients medications that are superior to what can be found in a traditional local pharmacy – and at much better prices.

However, everything has its dark side: for the booming market of ED pills, it has been the proliferation of dishonest websites selling counterfeit “Viagra”. Unfortunately, fake ED pills are a multi-million-dollar business, and hundreds of websites posting as pharmacies actually distribute products that in the best of cases will not have any effect and in the worst case can damage your health.

Here are a few signs that help recognize a reputable, trustworthy online pharmacy:



  1. Wide range of products on offer (fake websites often offer just 2-3 kinds of pills)
  2. Detailed information on individual products, which contains side effects, contraindications, mechanism of actions, etc.
  3. 24/7 customer support
  4. A range of payment and delivery methods (a fake pharmacy will often ask customers to send money to another country instead of accepting all major bank cards)
  5. Large amounts of additional information: medical news, articles about various diseases,etc.
  6. Regular sales, discounts, and special offers for registered members;
  7. Good selection of different dosages and pack sizes for all medications;
  8. Scientifically based claims concerning medications on offers (dishonest websites often make outrageous claims about their pills without providing any justification).
  9. As you can see, a good critical approach is essential when choosing an online pharmacy. Before you order Viagra or any other ED drug in Canada, make sure that the pharmacy you have chosen satisfies all the conditions listed above. Here at Canadian Pharmacy Mall, we regularly hear from customers who made a mistake of buying from a fake pharmacy before they found us. Such counterfeit websites often operate out of Africa or Asia and sell dubious pills made in basements. Don’t fall for their tricks!



Do you take Viagra correctly?



Counterfeit Viagra and Cialis aside, a large percentage of cases when ED drugs fail to have an effect is when they are not taken properly. Modern ED pills are very potent and efficient; however, you can only enjoy their full benefits if you stick to the rules. Here are the main things to keep in mind:

a) Avoid fatty foods. While Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra generally don’t interact with food in any negative way (and can thus be taken before, during, or after a meal), their effect can be severely reduced by foods rich in fat. The reason is that your body has to employ all its energy and resources to digest heavy fatty meals (fat is hard to break down), and there is no energy – or attention span, if you will – left for your Viagra pill. Fatty foods to avoid are greasy meats (such as ribs), sauces based on mayonnaise, everything fried with lots of oil, deep-fried things (such as French fries), burgers, cakes with cream, etc. All these foods can delay the onset of Viagra’s effect by an hour or more and even negate the effect altogether. While it’s understandable that a good dinner sets a perfect tone for a romantic date ending in fantastic sex, we do advise you caution when choosing dishes: opt for light meats, such as grilled chicken breast or fish, vegetable salads tossed with just a little olive oils, healthy whole grains as a side-dish, and fruit for dessert.

b) Be careful with alcohol. Surely, a drink or two can make people more relaxed and comfortable with each other, which is especially important at the start of a relationship. We won’t tell you that you mustn’t drink if you take Viagra – this is simply not true. However, we have to advise caution – for two reasons. First of all, both Viagra and alcohols are known to lower blood pressure. In healthy people, the cumulative effect is not dangerous, but it can lead to a sensation of weakness, fatigue, and sleepiness – the last thing you want to be feeling before a sexual intercourse! What’s more, a lot of people suffer from chronically low blood pressure (hypotension) without even knowing it. In such men, a combination of alcohol and Viagra can produce a decrease in blood pressure that can make one feel really ill and even be dangerous.

The second reason is that alcohol is known to reduce libido. In spite of the common idea that people are more eager to have sex when they have drunk, it is not true for men at least. Remember that sexual arousal is essential for Viagra and Cialis to work: ED pills do not replace foreplay, visual and physical stimulation, and excitement! Alcohol dulls these sensations. Therefore, if you are going to take Viagra, limit your alcohol to one or two drinks.

c) Avoid recreational drugs. Even though in a night club they might offer you a Viagra pill together with some other stimulating recreational drug, don’t fall for it: there is nothing worse for libido than drugs. Cannabis in particular is known to be very detrimental to male sexual drive in the long run.


Do you take Viagra or Cialis at a correct moment?

Different ED pills have different onset times and remain active for different periods of time. Therefore, it is crucial to take your pill at the most beneficial moment. In general, when making comparisons between the three original, first- and second-generation ED drugs – Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra – it is Cialis that has the longest effect (up to 36 hours) but also the longest onset time – you should take it at least 2 hours before the planned intercourse. Viagra and Levitra should both be taken an hour before you plan to have sex. However, many of our customers report getting a strong erection already after 30-40 minutes.

With newer, more efficient drug, onset times are significantly reduced. For pills in more traditional solid form, such as Viagra and Cialis Professional, onset time is circa 40-45 minutes (that is not their only advantage over the older drugs, of course: their effect lasts circa 2 hours longer, and recovery times between sex are shorter). For gelatinous pills, such as Cialis Super Active and Viagra Super Active, their innovative texture ensures a faster absorption and metabolism in the intestinal tract; thus, it is recommended to take them at least 30 minutes before sex. And as for the soft tabs version (available for both Viagra and Cialis), the absorption happens directly in the mouth, reducing the onset time to the amazing 15-20 minutes. Let’s also not forget various sildenafil oral jellies, such as Kamagra oral jelly, which also dissolve in the mouth even without chewing (and are available in a number of amazing and delicious flavours) – some of our customers wrote to us about getting erections in only 10 minutes!

One more note for those men (and couples) who prefer to have sex in the morning. Indeed, studies show that the time between 6 am and 9 am is the best for sexual intercourse; however, if you have ED, you have to plan well to be able to perform properly in the morning. While many kinds of Viagra have a very long-lasting effect (up to 9 hours), sildenafil is still not the best drug for the job: choose tadalafil-based Cialis instead. You can take Cialis right before going to bed and wake up feeling rested and ready for action!


Are you aroused enough?

It’s amazing how often the Canadian Pharmacy Mall support team gets questions from clients who are confused about the correlation between Viagra and libido. Indeed, part of the confusion may be due to the abundance of websites spreading false information about Viagra and presenting it as an aphrodisiac of sorts – that is, as a compound that increases sex drive. Unfortunately, many men buy and take Viagra believing that it can replace foreplay and arousal – and end up disappointed.

Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra are NOT aphrodisiacs. A simple analysis of their mechanism of action shows that. When man experiences sexual arousal, his body produces nitric oxide (upon a command received by the brain). The arousal can stem from visual or physical stimulation. Nitric oxide, in turn, stimulates the production of a chemical called cGMP, which increases blood flow and relaxes the smooth muscle of the penis. However, under normal conditions cGMP is partially blocked by the enzyme PDE5; in men suffering from erectile dysfunction, there is too much PDE5, and cGMP cannot do its job. As a result, blood doesn’t flow freely to the penis, and erection cannot occur. Here is where Viagra and Cialis come into play: they inhibit PDE5, allowing for strong and powerful blood flow and, as a consequence, a great and lasting erection.

Please note that the presence of nitric oxide is a prerequisite for this process, meaning that a man has to be sexuallly aroused for Viagra to work. Therefore, if you have libido issues or are simply not attracted to your partner, Viagra may not help you. Low libido can be caused by many different factors, from a chronic stress to health conditions to side effects of various medications. If you feel that your lack of sex drive cannot be explained by some obvious situation in your life, it is better to do a medical check-up and consult a physician.

In some cases, Viagra can help increase libido: usually when low sex drive is itself caused by a lack of self-confidence or a bad body image due to sexual failures in the past. If you would like to know more about how Viagra can help you in your sex life, you are always welcome to contact our highly qualified customer support specialists.


It’s all individual

Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, and other ED drugs available in Canada all have the same mechanism of action (described above). However, their active ingredients – sildenafil citrate, tadalafil, and avanafil, respectively – are very different, even though they all belong to the class of PDE5 inhibitors. Each of these compounds was developed independently and at different times, and their molecular structure is different. Though they all perform the same function, they are not necessarily equally efficient for each individual. And while their potential side effects are similar, they will not be expressed in the same way in the same person.

If you have tried one of the popular ED drugs offered by Canadian Pharmacy acanadianhealthcaremall.com but have not experienced a satisfying effect, it absolutely doesn’t mean that ED pills don’t work for you: simply try one with a different active ingredient! In the same vein, if you have used Viagra, for example, but developed unpleasant side effects (for example, headache or flushing), try Cialis or Levitra next – chances are that you will not have any adverse reactions. In fact, most of our customers confirm that even after a first unsuccessful experiment with a particular ED pill, they eventually found the medication that works perfectly for them.

Another matter is the dosage. We always recommend our customers to start with a smaller dose: if it works well enough, don’t increase it. However, if you have used Viagra 50 mg, for example, but did not develop a strong enough erection, by all means try 100 mg – most probably the effect will be impressive!

As you can see, there are quite a few reasons why a particular erectile dysfunction drug may not produce the desired effect – at least not on the first try. Such a disappointing result can be caused by a failure to follow the rules of usage, or stem from low libido issues, or be caused by an individual reaction to the drug. That is why here at the Canadian Health&Care Pharmacy we constantly strive to offer our clients the most extensive range of ED pills of the highest quality and at the best price: this way our customers can be sure to find a drug that suits them individually. And thanks to our free samples – you can get 4 bonus pills for free with every order! – the process of selecting the best drug will be even easier and more affordable!