I’m a bit of an older man, recently divorced in fact, and I was at my first party (or any kind of social gathering that wasn’t a dank bar, in fact) since my wife left. The party itself wasn’t anything to write home about; loud mix-CD style music, the kind that’s uniformly inoffensive but not very interesting, and cheap beer. On the ride back, however, I was slightly drunk and feeling sociable when I ran into a pretty girl sitting and reading to her. She was younger by a few years, but not so much that it was creepy when I asked if she had gotten her new year’s kiss for 2009.
Well, one thing led to another, and I was feeling on top of the world for the first time in months. She showed me back to her place (always an exciting experience, getting to see a new apartment) and opened a nice bottle of champagne for a much belated toast. Things were going well…very well, in fact, and we were going to retire to her bedroom. But then something happened that killed my good mood. Or rather, something didn’t happen. I went home, frustrated and disappointed. Initially I thought it was because of the alcohol, but I did a little reading that night and I learned that, at my age, it’s not uncommon for men to suffer from impotence, or, as the websites called it, erectile dysfunction.
I was already up late, so I decided to follow through and learn more about erectile dysfunction. I found that, for men my age, erectile dysfunction is a common ailment, and one that can manifest suddenly, seemingly without warning. Of course this had just been a one time thing; it could just as easily have been a symptom of the champagne as erectile dysfunction, but as I read more and more about erectile dysfunction, I thought back to some of the fights I used to have with my ex wife. Lord knows it’s hard to please women on the best of days, and as a career driven man I didn’t always have the time to attend to her needs, but I never thought there could be anything physically wrong with me, much less erectile dysfunction. Still, one of the symptoms of erectile dysfunction was a loss of sexual appetite in some men; it didn’t always manifest as full blown impotence, and some men who suffer from erectile dysfunction can even get an erection; the problem for them just lies in sustaining it. Keeping the mood, as it were. I toiled long into the night, learning everything I could about erectile dysfunction: what causes it, how the symptoms manifest and how often, and most importantly what could be done to fix it.
I’d heard about Viagra, of course. Who hasn’t? But I was skeptical that, if I did indeed have erectile dysfunction, it would do anything to fix it. My father used to take it for his erectile dysfunction, and he said that it didn’t really do anything for him. Something to do with his physiology. Besides, I didn’t like thinking too much about the old man and his erectile dysfunction. But then one site mentioned a treatment for erectile dysfunction called Levitra, and it piqued my interest. Levitra, I read, is similar to Viagra in that it treats erectile dysfunction as its needed – if you are going to have sex and can’t get an erection, you take the Levitra about an hour before – and that it allows for normal erections that come and go with sexual arousal. Even better, it said that Levitra treats erectile dysfunction even in people who have not found success with other erectile dysfunction medications. After doing a little more research I decided, what the hell, and began searching for a way to buy Levitra online.
Well, by this point the sun had come up. It was early now (or late by my standards) but still too early to head to the pharmacy. Besides, in order to buy Indian pharmacy Levitra I would need a prescription, and admittedly, I was eager to solve this problem quickly. I knew that I shouldn’t take erectile dysfunction medications if I was suffering from high blood pressure or a heart condition or other ailments, but I had recently received a clean bill of health, and it would be difficult to get back to my physician. You need to tell them to check for erectile dysfunction and, I admit, I was a little embarrassed too. Luckily, I saw that it was possible to buy canadian Levitra online without a prescription. I started the application process and within the hour was able to buy Levitra online. As it is now, I’m expecting my Levitra within a day or two. I’m still an eligible bachelor, so it may be awhile before I get a chance to test whether or not the Levitra is the solution to my erectile dysfunction, but I still have the woman’s number in my phone. I’m anticipating many more parties for the first time in awhile.
Note: Levitra is a prescription strength treatment for erectile dysfunction. Consult your doctor before taking Levitra.