Brent Foust

Brent Foust
Member since Apr 15, 2019
Viagra Pills Restores Erectile Function

by Brent Foust on Aug 7, 2019



Viagra pills are the easiest oral treatment alternative for erectile dysfunction. A generic version of Viagra is an affordable medication. In this sexual disability a man is unable to attain an erection for sexual intercourse. Men suffering from this condition may face a dispute with their partner and may lead to separation. Viagra helps such a man by restoring their erectile function and saving their relationship. Viagra pills contain an active component known as Sildenafil citrate. This medication is only available on a valid prescription. The standard dosage of this pill includes one tablet in a day; minimum 60 minutes before lovemaking. So basically, you can take these Viagra pills whenever you want to relish sexual intercourse. You should take this drug; only with a glass of water, further, the drug takes about 20 -30 minutes to mix in the bloodstream. You must understand that a single tablet of Viagra works effectively only if a man is sexually stimulated. The drug lasts in the ... Continue reading →

Lovegra- An overview

by Brent Foust on Jul 30, 2019



The other name of Female impotence is Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD).  At a certain point during their lifetime, women can suffer from FSD. Women suffering from FSD has a low sexual drive, is not able to achieve orgasm, and consistently experiences pain during intercourse.   Lovegra, a generic version of Viagra, is prescribed for treating female impotence. They are sold in the form of 100mg, pink-colored oral pills. It is also referred to as Pink Viagra.   Lovegra and its active component   It is the female generic version of Viagra. Lovegra contains Sildenafil citrate as an active constituent. Sildenafil citrate was the first medication approved by the FDA in the year 1998 for treating erectile dysfunction in men. It is a member of a class of drug known as phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5) inhibitors. It is sold on prescription and is not habit-forming.   What action does it have in the body?   There is a decline in sensitivity of the female genitals ... Continue reading →

Everything you need to know about Ibuprofen Tablets

by Brent Foust on Jul 15, 2019



Any kind of pain does not allow a person to live comfortably. Medicines belong to the class of drugs called Non-Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs (NSAID’s) are widely used for treating pain associated with various diseases or disorders. Ibuprofen is a powerful non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicine. It is used to treat pain associated with various health conditions such as headache, toothache, menstrual cramps, muscle pain or arthritis. It is sold under various brands such as Brufen, Calprofen, Genpril, Midol, Nuprin, Advil, and Motrin, etc., It has both analgesic (temperature reducing) and anti-inflammatory properties. This medication is available over the counter at pharmacies. This medication works by inhibiting the production of substances that produce inflammation. This anti-inflammatory action helps to reduce fever, pain or swelling. The effect of this medication can be observed within 30 to 60 minutes, while its action lasts for the duration of four to six hours. How to ... Continue reading →

by Brent Foust on Apr 15, 2019

Alternative Medicine


We are putting ourselves at risk when we do not fully learn about the medications we take, especially when it comes to drug interactions. It is always better to do your research or simply ask your doctor about the drug interactions.  Generic Zyrtec is one of the most popular allergy medications across the globe; so many people often have doubt whether it can be taken with alcohol. This post will provide you information about Generic Zyrtec in general and what happens if you mix alcohol and Generic Zyrtec. Before looking at what happens on mixing alcohol and Generic Zyrtec, it is important to know about the drug and its indications. Generic Zyrtec contains an antihistamine drug called cetirizine. It is used to treat allergy symptoms such as a runny/stuffy nose, sneezing, red/itchy eyes, hives, and itching. The indications include hay fever (allergic rhinitis) and urticaria (nettle rash). The drug blocks histamine, a chemical that is produced in the body an allergic reaction takes ... Continue reading →


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