What is a schedule 9 drug?

What is a schedule 9 drug?

Schedule 9: Prohibited Substance Schedule 9 (S9) drugs and poisons are substances and preparations that, by law, may only be used for research purposes. The sale, distribution, use, and manufacture of such substances without a permit is strictly prohibited by law.

What schedule drug is Viagra?

SILDENAFIL. The chemically and pharmacologically similar vardenafil and tadalafil are also in Schedule 4 of the Poisons Standard.

Does Sildenafil give you a hard on?

Taking sildenafil alone will not cause an erection. You need to be aroused for it to work. The most common side effects are headaches, feeling sick, hot flushes and dizziness. Many men have no side effects or only mild ones.

Does viagra keep you hard after coming?

Viagra helps to maintain the erection after ejaculation and reduces the refractory time before a second erection can be obtained. These medications may be combined with various creams aimed at reducing sensitivity.

Does viagra work if you are not attracted?

If you do not become aroused, no medication will stimulate an erection. Viagra makes an erection possible, but your mind and body do the real work.

What should I do if my boyfriend has erectile dysfunction?

Here are the best—and worst—ways to handle each situation.

  1. If the problem is temporary:
  2. DO let him know it’s okay to sit this one out.
  3. DON’T try to force it.
  4. If the problem is recurring:
  5. DON’T make him feel bad about it.
  6. DO consider psychological treatment.
  7. DO consider a prescription drug.
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Why does viagra make me stuffy?

The main action of sildenafil is the enhancement of the effect of nitric oxide (NO), by inhibiting cGMP-specific PDE-5. NO is present in the nasal mucosa and is responsible for vasodilation, causing congestion and nasal obstruction.

What are the causes of weak erection?

Physical causes of erectile dysfunction

  • Heart disease.
  • Clogged blood vessels (atherosclerosis)
  • High cholesterol.
  • High blood pressure.
  • Diabetes.
  • Obesity.
  • Metabolic syndrome — a condition involving increased blood pressure, high insulin levels, body fat around the waist and high cholesterol.
  • Parkinson’s disease.