By DailyHealthPost

Viagra-Laced Ice Cream Is An Arousing New Treat

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Ice cream with benefits.

Just when you think you’ve heard it all, two ingredients combined in a new way provide both the incentive and subsequent support for a fun night out: Viagra and Champagne ice cream.

Invented by Welshman Charlie Harry Francis, the new frozen novelty is colored blue like the Viagra pill and contains 25 mg of the drug manufactured by Pfizer.

While attractive in oh, so many ways, it’s highly unlikely that you’ll find this in the cooler at your local supermarket due to FDA (Food and Drug Administration) regulations. It was created by special request and its future is uncertain.

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Erectile dysfunction (ED) can be caused by any one of a number of factors or a combination thereof. Viagra was approved by the FDA in 1998 as the first medication to treat this condition and has since been copied by others.While found effective, it is dangerous for those with heart problems or who take nitrates.

Of course, not everyone uses drugs in the way they are intended and there has been an increase in its recreational use. Pfizer has rejected promotion of Viagra for anything other than true ED; in 2004 it was required to pull its advertisements that depicted young lustful playboys.

A report published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine in 2010, however, showed that more than 21 percent of healthy young men between the ages of 18 and 30 had tried ED drugs recreationally. Of these, most got the pills either from a friend or through an online pharmacy. While the online stores ask health questions, they are no substitute for a physician who knows your history; there are huge and potentially disastrous implications for someone who takes ED drugs without a prescription.

Some women are now taking Viagra to heighten their own sexual experiences. Physicians are allowed to prescribe it but the manufacturer can’t market for any purpose other than that which the FDA has approved—confirmed ED in healthy males. Research is underway for the use of ED drugs for women and the results so far have been positive. It seems then that chemical sexual enhancement pharmaceuticals will soon be available for both sexes.

There have been studies on the safety of Viagra and other ED medications. Anyone considering taking this type of drug should carefully review the hazards and side effects before taking them—research has found association with long-term hearing loss and incidence of melanoma.

While raucous novelties arouse and jokes around Viagra abound, there is a place for this type of medication for healthy men who want to continue with an active sex life. You may first want to try natural sources that pose less risk and are better metabolized by your body.  In either case, it’s best to talk to your doctor before eating that bright blue dessert.

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