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Viagra (Sildenafil)

Viagra, also known as sildenafil, is a medication predominantly used to treat erectile dysfunction. Patients can be prescribed Viagra by their doctor or a medical professional, or it can be bought over the counter in most pharmacies. Viagra can come as tablets that can be swallowed or chewed, depending upon the type, or as a drinkable liquid.

What is it used to treat?

Viagra is mainly used to treat erectile dysfunction, however it can also be used to treat pulmonary hypertension, which is when a patient experiences high blood pressure in the veins that supply the lungs.

How does it work?

Viagra works by increasing blood flow to the penis to help men to achieve an erection. However, it is worth noting that it cannot create an erection on its own, and so men must make sure that they are able to be aroused for it to work properly. In cases of pulmonary hypertension, it helps to relax the arteries in the lungs, therefore relieving blood pressure.

Where can I get Viagra?

You can obtain Viagra through multiple methods:

  • via your doctor as a prescription,
  • over the counter at a pharmacy,
  • or over the internet.

It is worth noting that your doctor or a pharmacist will be able to check and make sure Viagra is the right drug for you. You should take caution when buying Viagra online, as some websites can sell fake medicine, or the drugs that they supply can be unregulated.

How do I know if Viagra will be suitable for me?

It is always worth speaking to a medical professional such as your doctor or pharmacist as they can check your medical history and will be able to make sure Viagra is right for you. It is worth noting that Viagra may not be suitable for you if you have any heart conditions, low blood pressure, stomach ulcers or are taking any other medication which may conflict or not mix well with Viagra, such as nitrates for chest pain.

How much should I take?

Viagra tablets come in multiple strengths, ranging from 25-100mg. Usually, patients will be advised to take 50mg to treat erectile dysfunction, however it is worth consulting with your doctor, pharmacist or another medical professional what dosage will be best for you.

It is advised to take Viagra up to 4 hours before you wish to have sex. For it to work properly, you will need to make sure you can become aroused.

When using Viagra to treat pulmonary hypertension, 10-20mg is used, and taken up to 3 times a day.

What happens if I take too much?

If you take more than the recommended amount of Viagra, you may experience some unpleasant side effects, such as headaches and dizziness, a blocked nose, indigestion and altered vision. If you are concerned about any of these side effects or suffer more serious symptoms such as chest pain or skin irritation, please contact your doctor.

Are there any notable side effects I should be aware of?

Common side effects of Viagra include:

  • nausea
  • indigestion
  • feeling hot, especially in the facial area.
  • headaches
  • feeling dizzy
  • blurry vision, or having a slight colour tinge to your vision
  • a blocked nose

These side effects are normally not anything to worry about, however if they persist or cause you distress it is advised to speak to your doctor, pharmacist or another suitable medical professional about them.

Other side effects are less common, however you should stop taking Viagra, and consult a doctor or go to the hospital if you experience any of the following:

  • An erection that lasts longer than four hours
  • A painful erection
  • A serious reaction on your skin, which may occur around the mouth, genitals or eyes. This may involve swelling and peeling of the skin and a fever
  • Any sudden loss or decrease in vision
  • Chest pain. Should this happen during or after intercourse, try to relax and do not use nitrates to treat it
  • Seizures (fitting)

Is there anything I should avoid when taking Viagra?

You should take Viagra on an empty stomach to get the best effects for erectile dysfunction. It is also recommended that you do not take it with grapefruit juice, as it will effect the way that your body metabolizes the drug.

If you are taking any nitrates for chest pain, or utilise the recreational drug ‘poppers’, it is advised not to take Viagra as they do not mix well together and can cause side effects.

We hope you found this guide informative. If you are in doubt, you should consult with a medical professional to discuss any potential risk factors you may need to avoid, and if needed, alternative treatment or medication for your condition.