ED Drugs & Sexually Transmitted Diseases
By Jags Parker
Misuse of erectile dysfunction drugs is prevalent everywhere. Its growing popularity is witnessed by a rise in its abuse. Everybody wants to give it a try to satisfy their curiosity attached to it. To control this negative trend which has resulted in an outburst in sexually transmitted diseases (STD), federal health officials met in late September to focus on education efforts surrounding the drugs and their possible link to an increase in HIV infections through high-risk sexual activities.
The three prominent erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs like Cialis, Levitra and Viagra are linked with substance abuse among gay men. Ever since its arrival in the market, these drugs have been immensely popular with men. Most of the time it's used for treating ED but occasionally, it has been used for recreational purposes as well.
Young population uses it without any medical reason. They mostly want to feel the reaction of the drug after it enters the body. As a result, they often get indulged in unprotected sex which can result in severely dreaded STD like HIV. STDs are mostly associated with unprotected sex and an onset of these diseases can prove very fatal to our health.
Study indicates that Viagra has resulted in unsafe sex in various cases. Unprotected sex normally happens in accidental encounters when the sexual act is not a planned one. This sort of unplanned sexual escapades can bring along hordes of disease in your life. Normally gay men with erectile difficulty opt for unsafe sex with their male partners after consuming Viagra. A proper erection attained by using the wonder pill inspires them to achieve all their hidden sexual fantasies and desires.
Though a good sex life indicates good health but unprotected sex can be a dangerous thing to do. So opt for safe sex to protect yourself from STDs.
About The Author
Jags Parker is an amateur writer focusing primarily on health related topics or on the health related research findings.
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