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Homosildenafil (sildenafil analog)
#11
Can anyone who has tried both this and acetildenafil comment on the differences/similarities between them?
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#12
Well, that name is hilarious.
hey, do you think its worth the risk messing around with RCs that are...of this nature? I'm interested in the risks, not that I'd do it myself (jeez that'd be scary and plus no need for things like this personally.) but it sounds very risky to me
As life gets longer awful feels softer, well it feels pretty soft to me 
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#13
(25-02-2016, 12:01 PM)Jack Wrote: Well, that name is hilarious.
hey, do you think its worth the risk messing around with RCs that are...of this nature? I'm interested in the risks, not that I'd do it myself (jeez that'd be scary and plus no need for things like this personally.) but it sounds very risky to me

If you think that's funny, take a look at this https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/Categor..._with_homo-

The laughter. Never. Ends.

The risks (above those of sildenafil) are probably relatively low given that the change to sildenafil is lengthening an methyl group to ethyl and the same change is present in vardenafil. I.e. it fits within the PDE5 inhibitor SAR and doesn't suggest any off-target effects would be likely. We make assumptions about the relative safety of research chemicals on less convincing grounds all the time. That doesn't mean it's safe, but there doesn't seem to be any reason to see the risks as particularly high.
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#14
(25-02-2016, 02:01 PM)niflheim Wrote:
(25-02-2016, 12:01 PM)Jack Wrote: Well, that name is hilarious.
hey, do you think its worth the risk messing around with RCs that are...of this nature? I'm interested in the risks, not that I'd do it myself (jeez that'd be scary and plus no need for things like this personally.) but it sounds very risky to me

If you think that's funny, take a look at this https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/Categor..._with_homo-

The laughter. Never. Ends.

The risks (above those of sildenafil) are probably relatively low given that the change to sildenafil is lengthening an methyl group to ethyl and the same change is present in vardenafil. I.e. it fits within the PDE5 inhibitor SAR and doesn't suggest any off-target effects would be likely. We make assumptions about the relative safety of research chemicals on less convincing grounds all the time. That doesn't mean it's safe, but there doesn't seem to be any reason to see the risks as particularly high.
I'm liking ''Homoflexibility'' that really says something to me.
I see, thanks for explaining that, it's odd that people don't just go to a doctor though if they're having this type of problem, oh well.
As life gets longer awful feels softer, well it feels pretty soft to me 
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#15
(26-02-2016, 08:54 AM)Jack Wrote: I see, thanks for explaining that, it's odd that people don't just go to a doctor though if they're having this type of problem, oh well.

Sildenafil (and its analogues) are used recreationally in combination with stimulant drugs that cause temporary ED symptoms (due to vasoconstriction). It's not the kind of thing you can get a prescription for.
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#16
You can get prescription for viagra or alternatives from Lloyds Pharmacies Online Doctor, all you do is fill out a questionnaire and aslong as you fill it out correctly, you'll be approved and you can then just collect them from the pharmacy after ordering online!

They are expensive though compared to black market sildenafil.
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#17
Heart 
(03-08-2015, 09:09 PM)Tempz Wrote: Only for the gays?

Might get some then  flowers
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#18
(27-02-2016, 11:20 AM)exalin Wrote: You can get prescription for viagra or alternatives from Lloyds Pharmacies Online Doctor, all you do is fill out a questionnaire and aslong as you fill it out correctly, you'll be approved and you can then just collect them from the pharmacy after ordering online!

They are expensive though compared to black market sildenafil.

Only if you're over thirty, though.
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(27-02-2016, 07:29 PM)niflheim Wrote:
(27-02-2016, 11:20 AM)exalin Wrote: You can get prescription for viagra or alternatives from Lloyds Pharmacies Online Doctor, all you do is fill out a questionnaire and aslong as you fill it out correctly, you'll be approved and you can then just collect them from the pharmacy after ordering online!

They are expensive though compared to black market sildenafil.

Only if you're over thirty, though.

Trust me vigara is crap.
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#20
Hi,
I didn't find "trip reports" about this substance, so i thought i share my experience with it, although my english is mediocre.

I purchased it through chemicalwire.

I took half a pellet and i just broke it in two pieces. Next time i'll crush it in several pieces, because now i can't really tell If i took 50mg.

I don't have ED, but i like having sex for 1-2 hours and of course, my little friend won't stay rock hard for all the time.

It was an interesting experience, because i was not overwhelmingly horny, but "he" was as i wanted him to be for the whole duration... Approx 1 hour, but i don't really know.
I took it one hour before the sex and didn't feel anything different before we started making out.

Obviously i can't tell how it works for people with ED, but for people with real ED i recommend a doctor.

For my needs, it's a great solution and next time i try a whole tablet.

Usually i'm not a hardcore guinea pig, but i didn't think the concequences were that huge (as already mentioned above in this thread)
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