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Anyone used viagra with 3fhp and or mdai having night in researching with the missus used branded products up to now with no problems but new to all the legal stuff and any ideas on starting dose used to bomb 0.5 to 1g of branded product after allergy test of course
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#2
I don't like viagra. I like acetildenafil. 50mg. Hard. No background bullshit.
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#3
^ Agreed. Acetildenafil is the dogs bollocks for your purple helmeted warrior of love to obtain and sustain a solid and mighty erection.

My other half has used Acetildenafil a fair few times and it has worked an absolute treat.

A few UK RC vendors stock it in powder or pellet form. Your best bet is to opt for powdered form. Conduct an allergy test of 1mg to start then you can gauge any adverse reactions or side effects. If you have no issues with the allergy test after a few hours have passed, then begin by mixing 25mg, 30mg max into half a glass of water, or juice if you prefer something to mask the taste, then down the mixture and wait for your one eyed yogurt slinger to rise to the occasion and enjoy the magic!

If you feel you need a re-dose, wait at least 2 hours, then repeat the process of mixing the chem with a drink but keep the dose a little lower, 20mg, 25mg max. Do not overdo it with Acetil, you shouldn't take anymore than around 75mg during your sesh, although, my partner has pushed it and totalled 150mg on a couple of occasions with no nasty effects but I would not recommend pushing it and doing that! Slow and steady is the advice, as with any chemical, respect it.

Stay safe and let us know if you decide to try this amazing boner powder. Have fun you little minx!
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#4
How does acetildenafil compare to homosildenafil?
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#5
I have no idea roi.

My parter hasn't tried Homosildenafil, as I couldn't get hold of any because by the time I noticed them on CW, they were sold out.

I have just looked on CW and it seems that the Homosildenafil is back in stock, but at a reduced price. This makes me think that they probably aren't anything special, so we will give them a miss I think.

I have just spent the last 45 minutes trying to source any information with regards to a comparison and differences between Acetil and Homosil, but I found nothing, there's no experiences or reports of anyone testing Homosildenafil, not even on Bluelight. I did notice a post from you here on UKCR and you said you'd heard good things about Homosil?

May I ask where you've seen/heard the good things? I cannot bloody find any information at all and I'm getting a bit frustrated with not knowing or finding anything.
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[deleted]? Jk
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niamh edited 15-02-2016 10:47 AM this post because:

Your hilarious joke, in which you draw attention to the way that homosildenafil and homosexual begin with the same prefix (they're the same root - homosildenafil is a substance almost the same as sildenafil while homosexuality involves sexual attraction between people who are the same sex) has been removed. Try not to treat threads here like you're 12.

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#7
From what I can tell Acetildenafil is more potent than Sildenafil and has a roughly similar long duration. Not sure about effects, some of you seem to prefer Acetildenafil?

Homosildenafil should be a straight prodrug for the active metabolite of Sildenafil (former has a N-ethyl group, latter a N-methyl one, both fall off to form N-desmethylsildenafil. Which means Homosildenafil effects are very close to those of Sildenafil, however it lasts a bit longer and is less potent.

I've never fucked around (pun unintended) with PDE5 inhibitors, so I have no idea which one is more enjoyable.
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