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Viagra – Erectile Dysfunction

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Viagra is the brand name for a commonly recognised little blue, diamond shaped pill. It is a drug that helps men with impotence or erectile dysfunction. Viagra has now become available without prescription, it is hoped this will help many men who suffer from impotence but are embarrassed to seek help.

Who can use Viagra?

Viagra is for men who are suffering with impotence it is easy to use with few side effects. You can only buy Viagra if you are over 18 years of age. Viagra will not be sold to men who have severe heart problems, kidney disease or severe liver problems. There are certain medications that might clash with Viagra, for example if you are taking nitrate pills for angina and some HIV medications. If you are not sure speak to your pharmacist or doctor for advice.

How does Viagra work?

The active drug in Viagra is called sildenafil citrate it works by allowing the arteries in the penis to widen and so increasing the blood flow to the penis. Viagra will help you develop an erection but you will still need to be aroused for it to work, without sexual stimulation Viagra will not work. Viagra usually takes 30-60 minutes to work but can be taken up to 4 hours before you have sex.

How effective is Viagra?

Viagra is effective for most people. Do not take Viagra with grapefruit or grapefruit juices as these can make Viagra less effective. The effects of Viagra can vary from person to person but will generally last for between 4 and 6 hours and is completely out of the system within 20 hours.

How do I take Viagra? 

The usual dose of Viagra is one 50mg tablet, however, if this is too effective this can be reduced to 25mg or increased if not effective to 100mg. Viagra should be swallowed whole with a glass of water, it can be taken with or without food.  However, if you do take with food it may take longer to work. Viagra should only be taken once a day.

What side effects might I get?

Side effects are not very common and those you may experience are usually mild, the most common side effects are headache, dizziness, nausea, blocked nose and hot flushes. Another reported side effect is a change in vision, people report having blurred vision or seeing a blue tinge. Stop taking Viagra and seek immediate medical advice if you experience any of these more serious symptoms :

  • Chest pain
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Fainting
  • Decrease or loss of vision.
  • Allergic reaction, swelling of the face, throat or lips and breathing problems.
  • Seizure or a fit.
  • Prolonged or painful erection

Why have I got erectile dysfunction?

Many men suffer with erectile dysfunction and sometimes it can be due to an underlying health condition. For more detailed information on erectile dysfunction click here.

Where can I get Viagra?

Viagra can be prescribed by a GP or can be purchased online. We sell Viagra on this website, for more information or to purchase click here.

Viagra abuse

Viagra is becoming increasing popular on the club scene and users are mixing it with illegal drugs such as ecstasy or cocaine to increase euphoria or to experiment sexually. On the club scene it has been given the name “sexstasy”.  This is very dangerous and can cause seizures, irregular heartbeat or even a coma.