Viagra

Viagra is a prescription medication indicated in treating impotence (erectile dysfunction) in men. This drug may help men who have erectile dysfunction and help them achieve an Viagra Viagraerection when they become sexually stimulated.

Viagra works by helping men with erectile dysfunction get an erection only when sexually excited. Erection occurs when a man is sexually stimulated and the penis constantly (rapidly) fills with more blood than usual and turns hard and expanded. After sexual activity is over with, the erection goes away. You should not combine Viagra with medications that contain nitrates such as Nytroglycerin. It may cause a sudden drop in blood pressure levels, fainting, consciousness, and heart attacks. You should also remember, if you are taking medications for the treatment of high blood pressure, you should not exceed the dose of Viagra greater than 25mg. If you are using a protease inhibitor, your dose will be adjusted by your doctor.

Finally, you should not use Viagra with any other medication, which cause erection. It includes pills, vacuum pumps or implants, medicines that are inserted into the penis, or injected.

Always tell your doctor of any medical conditions you have. Before using Viagra, let your physician know if you had stroke in the past, heart failure, heart attacks, or chest pain; high or low blood pressure, liver, kidney problems; anemia or leukemia; allergic reactions to Viagra; stomach ulcers or any bleeding complications, deformed penis, and Peuronic’s disease.

While using Viagra you may have such side effects as: headache, upset stomach, and face flushing. In some cases you may experience temporary changes in color vision, eyes turning more sensitivity to light, or blurred vision. You should know that Viagra does not cure erectile dysfunction. It is a treatment for erectile dysfunction and does not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases.

Finally, Viagra is not an aphrodisiac or a hormone. It exists in different tablet doses: 25mg, 50mg, and 100mg. You should not exceed your prescribed dose and you should take once daily one hour before you plan to have sex. If you use Viagra after a high-fat meal such as French fries or cheesburgers, it will take longer for the drug to go in effect. You should store Viagra tablets in a tightly closed container, away from heat, light, and moisture and keep out of children.

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