Viagra

Erectile dysfunction is often an embarrassing and troublesome problem for men. It is not something they feel comfortable discussing with just anyone, even the family doctor. For this reason, many men turn to the obscurity of the Internet to seek help. Always make sure you are at a reputable website that offers sound advice from legitimate doctors before ordering Viagra or any other drug online.

Naturally, men who are considering taking Viagra have a lot of questions. First, men want to know what ED is, and why they are experiencing it. An individual man's doctor may have an answer, and may not. Erectile dysfunction is generally caused by physical problems. The most common of these problems are high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes. If you are experiencing erectile dysfunction and do not have any of these underlying conditions, discuss it with your doctor.

Whatever the underlying cause of your ED, the general problem is that the penis is not receiving adequate blood flow in order to achieve or maintain an erection. Viagra is designed to treat this specific problem, no matter what the cause. No man is alone in this problem. About 30 million other men suffer from ED as well.

The drug name of Viagra is sildenafil citrate. In most men, Viagra allows them to achieve an erection within one-half to one hour of taking the drug. Viagra can be taken either with food or without food and either with alcohol or without it. So, if a glass of wine helps you and your partner get in the mood, there is no reason why you can't enjoy a nice Merlot and still take your Viagra.

Eating a meal high in fats two hours or less before taking your Viagra may slow the drug's action. Avoid that double cheese burger at dinner, and opt for a lower fat meal so your Viagra will be effective for you when the time is right. Most men can take Viagra once per day, but men with certain medical conditions may be advised by their doctors to take Viagra no more than once in any given 48 hour period.

Most men find Viagra to work for them the first or second time they take a dose. Some men might take three to four doses before it works. If you have taken several doses and Viagra still has not helped you achieve an erection, speak to your doctor about it. Viagra does work for four out of every five men, so the chances are it will work for you, too.

Certain over the counter and prescriptions medications do have potential reactions with Viagra. For this reason, it is important to tell your doctor about any prescription or over the counter medications you are already taking, even if you do not take them all of the time.

Every drug has potential side effects, and Viagra is no different. Common side effects of Viagra include headache, face flushing and upset stomach. These side effects are usually mild and are not usually enough for a man to stop taking Viagra. Less common side effects include bluish or blurred vision, or light sensitivity.

If you are taking Viagra and you have a decrease in vision or a loss in vision in one or both of your eyes, seek medical attention immediately. Also, if you have chest pain, nausea or an erection lasting over four hours, seek medical attention immediately.

There is no generic version of Viagra. If you are considering purchasing Viagra from someone claiming to have a generic substitute, this drug is illegal and has not been approved for sale or purchase in the United States. The Food and Drug Administration must approve all drugs, brand name or generic, sold within the United States. No generic Viagra has been approved for sale by the FDA.

 
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