China Offering the First of Many Viagra Alternatives to Enter the Market Over the Next Few Years

chinese-viagra-pfizer-patent-expireChina is set to market an erectile dysfunction drug similar to Viagra this year at less than half the cost. It is no secret that with their patent in place, Pfizer (the pharmaceutical company that manufactures Viagra) has established somewhat of a monopoly on the prescription erectile dysfunction market. But when will it end? The short answer is 2017, the long answer is 2020.

While the cheaper Chinese alternative will not be available anywhere else other than China, there is another company that will be able to join the market after December 11th, 2017. The Israeli-based Teva Industries Ltd. will be permitted to launch their own generic version. This is some welcomed competition for both the Chinese and North American Viagra user bases.

This explains why the current price of Viagra is sky high as Pfizer continues to try and milk their remaining patent rights. But keep in mind that Teva Limited joining the marketplace will only make the situation go from a monopoly to an oligopoly. Not exactly the greatest scenario for the consumer. But things get better for the end user’s pocket in 2020, where the patent is set to completely expire. Allowing for a slew of pharmaceutical companies to join in with their own versions. Basically, you won’t be able to get cheap Viagra with equal potency until then.

In the meantime, if you can’t afford a Viagra prescription, there are plenty of options out there with far less side-effects. Sinrex Male Enhancement Supplements are made from 100% all-natural ingredients and is shown to have an extremely positive effect on the male sex drive. Best of all, it is available at a fraction of the cost of even the generic Chinese Viagra brand. Also, Sinrex contains ingredients with positive side-effects that doctor’s often recommend patients take.

Bottom line is, save yourself some major money and the hassle of chemical side-effects and try an all natural alternative before opting for pricey Viagra… at least until 2020.