Men suffering from impotence have the option of taking medication to lessen the severity of their disorder. If a doctor prescribes medicine such as Viagra or Levitra, they must be taken before sexual intercourse can occur. Sometimes, as men know, sex is not a planned agenda item. Being in the heat of the moment is great in real life, but not when a medicine needs an hour to kick-in. If you take the medicine too late, you risk under performing, whereas if it is too early, you might have an embarrassing story to tell your friends.
If you are going on a dinner date, you can judge how the night is going to go after you order dessert. If you think the evening may progress to the bedroom, hop to the bathroom while your dessert is being prepared. If you live further from the restaurant, try to slyly take the pill when you are about 45 minutes from the final destination. If your date asks what you are taking, simply reply you have mild heartburn, which isnâ€™t enough to stop you from having sex.
Whenever you are going on a date with your spouse or a potential mate, slip a pill inside your shirt pocket before leaving the house. They are too small to put in your pantâ€™s pocket, and is easily accessible in a pinch. It is a guessing game as to when you should take the medication, but ensure you can live without a noticeable erection in case you misread your partner and took the dose. Nothing is worse than having to explain why you have an erection for no apparent season.
Talk to Your Doctor
If you cannot find a system that is working for you, ask your doctor for advice. Perhaps he or she may recommend an alternative treatment that allows for spur of the moment ordeals. Life â€“ like sex â€“ is spontaneous, as you never know what is coming next.