How To Tell If A Man Is Taking Viagra?

The want, need and desire to take your time pleasing your significant other is imminent. Which means making sure you avoid the monotonous sexual regime. However, to make their sexual life more colorful and long-lasting, …

How To Tell If A Man Is Taking Viagra

The want, need and desire to take your time pleasing your significant other is imminent. Which means making sure you avoid the monotonous sexual regime. However, to make their sexual life more colorful and long-lasting, there are times when men take Viagra.

Viagra causes a man to be incredibly passionate and intensifies his desire for sexual needs a few times. It will cause his body to be very stiff, and he will be down for multiple rounds of sex and have an incredible erection that just doesn’t seem to go away.

Now, how to tell if a man is taking Viagra? Well, this blog lets you know all its ins and outs. So, don’t miss any of it!

How to Tell If a Man Is Taking Viagra?

No doubt, taking Viagra can alter your sexual experience drastically. Taking Viagra indeed enhances your experience and makes it a memorable one.

However, there may be instances when your man is “in the mood” and a little too passionate, and you begin to wonder what is going on.

How would you know if he’s on Viagra? Well, there are a few telltale signs and side effects of taking inevitable Viagra. Below, we discussed these effects for you to understand when he’s on the pill and what you should be expecting if he is –   

Prolonged Priapism

Priapism can be a harrowing and disturbing situation to be in. Viagra can cause your man to experience a very painful erection that does not seem to go away.

The reason is that the blood cannot flow through and leave his penis. If this results from taking Viagra, you will notice that the penis shaft is substantial, rigid, and challenging. Meanwhile, the tip of the gland is much more soft and squishy.

Moreover, priapism caused by Viagra is known to be very long-lasting. It can be as long as 4+ hours at times too. For some men, unfortunately, priapism can last through the entirety of the 4 hours and beyond. This is your sign to seek medical attention.

He may also experience intervals between his erections before he finds himself in a dire situation where the pain becomes almost intolerable.

So, if you find your man struggling with an erection that causes him pain, you could conclude that he’s on the pill.

Identifying Viagra as the culprit for such priapism can be confusing since both marijuana and cocaine are also known to have caused the same effect. Therefore, if you are sure your man isn’t on either of these drugs, you know it’s Viagra.

Multiple Ejaculations

Viagra is known to cause multiple erections with a dire desire to engage in the activity. The urge and need to engage in extreme and reach climax is necessary.

This is the most notable indication of taking Viagra. Multiple ejaculations and still having a prominent erection is a sure indication of Viagra intake.

Even if you have engaged in rigorous sex for a good while and your man is still down for another round, that’s the effect of Viagra. He just can’t get enough and has more demand than usual.

It is unusual for most men to get ready and have an erection right after the first round. But with Viagra, he will be ready immediately afterward. Even if he has already ejaculated, he is prepared for another round.

In some cases, men have been able to maintain an erection for as long as 30 minutes straight and still manage to hit climax and ejaculate. If this is unlikely of your man, you can assume he is on the little blue pill.

Hyper Sexual Activities

Viagra can cause you to explore several different aspects of your sexual life and experience it. When someone’s on the pill, they will be more inclined to try newer and wilder experiments. It may be new positions, exploring new kinks, or trying a different approach to your sex life.

If you notice your man is particularly interested in exploring kinks and has new demands for experimentation, you could assume he’s on something.

Not only does it increase the need or desire for sex, but it also increases his desire to take a leap of faith and discover himself in the process.

Viagra will cause him to be more open-minded and open to newer trials that he probably wouldn’t be into.

The result of Viagra’s increasing hypersexual activity extends far beyond penetration only. The sky’s the limit when he’s on Viagra, and it is the perfect time to discover what you both like and don’t.

However, while engaging in new explorations and experimentations, it’s essential to ensure he knows what he’s doing and is aware of his actions. This is because the Viagra may make him a little loopy as he is not yet fully or consciously aware of his activities.

Extended Period of Sexual Interaction

How Viagra affects a person’s longevity and duration of being in action is the unique way of distinguishing whether he’s on Viagra.

This is the most common and well-known way Viagra affects people differently. For most couples, it may be a while until he is ready and prepared for a second round which can be altered, but Viagra can change that quite a bit.

Lasting much longer, and each time, with the same passion, energy, and want, can help you know what he’s on.

The excitement triggered by the pill will cause him to be a lot more passionate than he typically is. Also, it will cause him to last much longer than usual.

If his body is stiff, he seems tense, and you can tell he lasts much longer than usual; it’s safe to say he’s on the pill, which excites him.

Bottom Line

Who doesn’t want to enjoy being intimate with their partner? To spice things up, sometimes taking Viagra can be helpful too. However, you may not always be down for rigorous and intense sex.

You can look for several indications in case you want to know how to tell if a man is taking Viagra. Look for all these signs in him and if he seems more passionate than he typically is.

Ryan Medison Phd is an ABMS board certified urologist specializing in reproductive urology whose areas of expertise are men’s health and male infertility. He is also an associate professor of urology at the Institute in Berkeley, California, the director of male reproductive medicine and surgery at UNC Fertility

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