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Viagra vs. fake Viagra

The phenomenal success and popularity achieved by Viagra have inspired people to make money by producing the fake version of the sex enhancing drug from Pfizer. In recent times, the instance of counterfeit Viagra has happened in places such as Kenya, China, the US and many other places. As a fastest selling drug in the developed world, Viagra requires no introduction and due to its gigantic popularity, its fake versions are also selling like hot cakes.

Since the introduction of Pfizer's erectile dysfunction (ED) drug Viagra in 1998, it has been the most-talked-about prescription drug since the birth-control pill. Although some of its thunder has been stolen by new entrants in the market like Levitra and Cialis, the name Viagra remains synonymous with sex-enhancing medicines and its popularity is on a rise with each passing day. Due to this factor, its fake versions are also doing well in the market.

One of the main reasons behind the emergence of fake Viagra is that the branded version of Viagra is too expensive for most would-be users. The high price makes the ED sufferers opt for the cheaper versions, some of them generics and most of them of unknown quality, performance and even safety. Various drug manufacturers and counterfeiters jostle to cash in on its fame by producing harmful versions.

Although Viagra was developed to treat a health problem - erectile dysfunction and it was mainly targeted for men over 40 but it has made its way into the hearts of very young studs. It is now more of a fad than anything else. In some part of this world, Viagra is used as a recreational drug especially by youngsters. This sort of Viagra misuse and abuse is strictly not recommended.

So, always use Viagra for combating erectile dysfunction for leading a fruitful sexual life.

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