What is the average age for a man to take Viagra?

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asked Dec 14, 2020 in Mens Health by Maryknoop (530 points)
What is the average age for a man to take Viagra?

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answered Dec 14, 2020 by Gangwhere (2,500 points)
The average age for a man to take Viagra is starting at age 53 and above.

Some men have a hard time getting erections by age 53 while some may not have trouble with erectile dysfunction until ages 60 or above.

But most men start taking Viagra after they turn 50 years old.

Between the ages of 65 to 70 years old is when most men stop getting hard or have trouble getting erections like they used too.

Taking Viagra can help with the man getting hard when they are having trouble with erections and are suffering from erectile dysfunction.

Most men stop getting hard by age 65 to 70 years old.

However some men can have trouble getting erections and experience erectile dysfunction by age 40 to 50 years old.

The older you get the less sexual desire you get and you'll have a harder time getting erect and may need to take some erectile dysfunction pills.

The younger you are the better sexual performance you have and the older you are the less sexual performance you have.

It's normal to get less sexual desires as you get older and it's normal to not get as erect either when you are older.

However some older men even in their 70's and 80's can still get erect.
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