Doctors can't write out the prescriptions fast enough--thousands of men (and women) are racing to get their hands on Viagra, the new potency drug that experts predict will revolutionize our sex lives. And results look good--Viagra may be the magic bullet for many people who thought they could never enjoy sex again as well as for those who simple desire a more rewarding sex life. Read firsthand reports from men, young and old, who have acually used Viagra, and see if it can change you life, too.
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If all the publicity about the now-famous impotence drug has you curious, this book will help fill in the gaps in your knowledge and correct misconceptions brought about by a thousand media reports. Katzenstein, a magazine health writer who seems to be making hot topics his specialty (he previously wrote Secrets of St. John's Wort, about the popular antidepressant herb), addresses himself mainly to men who are having problems with their sexual performance or are worried that they someday will (which, frankly, means just about everyone). He provides a useful questionnaire for determining the type and degree of your sexual problems, and discusses how Viagra may be able to help solve them. Like other books on the subject, this one also includes chapters on what Viagra can do for women and other impotence remedies available now and in the near future. In addition, there's a Q & A with a urologist who has treated patients with Viagra, a list of useful Web sites, and a guide to various insurance companies' policies with regard to the drug (which, of course, are subject to change over time). --Ben Kallen
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Descrizione libro Condizione libro: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Codice libro della libreria 97803129692951.0
Descrizione libro St. Martin's Paperbacks, 1998. Mass Market Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0312969295