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Viagra Overview

Viagra Information - #1 Prescribed Erectile Dysfunction Medication

In 1996, the FDA first approved the use of Viagra. Since then the makers of Viagra, Pfizer, have gone on to dominate a large portion of the Erectile Dysfunction (ED) market. Considering that many of the adult male sufferers of ED had no other prior ED treatment options up to this point, the benefits of taking Viagra proved to be welcomed by society. Men of all ages who previously suffered from ED or impotency were able to treat this physically and mentally debilitating ailment, and revive their sexual lives to levels that they had never experienced before, even prior to their ED. Not only that, but their partners were also able to enjoy a happier, healthier sex life once again.

How does Viagra Work?

When a male suffers from ED there can be an abundance of PDE5 enzymes. Viagra works by rapidly entering the bloodstream and inhibiting the PDE5 (phosphodiesterase) enzymes, which regulate the arties and the blood flow to the main shaft of the penis. The end result is when the male becomes either physically or mentally aroused, the arteries in the penis allow for the blood to flow freely, causing it to inflate and become erect.

How do I take Viagra?

Depending on which dosage level is prescribed by the doctor, Viagra is taken orally in two forms: 50mg and 100mg tablets. Viagra works faster when taken on an empty stomach. Following oral ingestion, Viagra typically works in thirty to sixty minutes. Viagra is not meant for every day use. Please allow at least 24 hours between doses.

Are there Side Effects of Viagra?

Some users have experienced minor and pretty common side effects when taking Viagra. They include: facial flushing, (redness of the face) upset stomach, minor headache, heartburn, dizziness, lightheadedness, and in some cases a visual blurring and the presence of a blue-tint (which lasted several hours). Other very rare and serious side effects of Viagra: temporary and sudden loss of vision and temporary and sudden loss of hearing, which may have not been caused by Viagra. If you experience any of these rare, yet serious symptoms seek medical attention immediately and discontinue using Viagra.

What if I Take Other Drugs?

Always discuss with your health care professional all of the medications you are currently taking, whether they are prescription and/or over-the-counter. This way you can receive the best advice for your own situation. At the present, people taking nitroglycerin should not take Viagra because the combination may lower blood pressure to dangerously low levels. Viagra is also not recommended for those patients taking drugs, which contain alpha-blockers.

The Difference Between Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra:

All three of these ED treatment drugs have one main thing in common: the use of PDE5 inhibitors, which successfully disable the PDE5 enzyme in the penis. This allows the blood to fill the main shaft of the penis more easily upon physical or mental sexual stimulation. The most popular of these drugs is Viagra and many consider it be the strongest as well. While Viagra can last 3-4 hours, Levitra has been known to last 5-6 hours in the system and has been proven effective in treating males suffering from ED when other treatments failed. Cialis stays in the system for as long as 28-36 hours and is known to be the longest lasting of all the PDE5 inhibitors on the market.

WARNING: Do NOT take generic Viagra

There are thousands of illegitimate online pharmacies that will try and sell you fake Viagra. Counterfeit Viagra is illegally dispensed by these pharmacies without requiring a prescription from a medical doctor. The drugs they dispense are illegal, and no clinical studies have been conducted on them that show their safeness or effectiveness. In order to protect yourself you should only buy from online pharmacies that are U.S. based, use U.S. licensed physicians and pharmacies, and provide a phone number and other information so you can contact them.

Medical Notice - Do not take Cialis, Levitra or Viagra within 24 hours of each other!
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