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Viagra (Sildenafil)

Frequently Asked Questions

You should take Viagra exactly as your doctor prescribed you to take it. It typically should be taken roughly one hour prior to engaging in sexual activity. However, you can take Viagra between 30 minutes to four hours prior to sexual activity. Do not take more than one dose of Viagra each day.

Viagra can be taken with or without regard to food. If you take Viagra after eating a meal high in fat (e.g., a cheeseburger), it may take longer for Viagra’s effects to kick in.

If you overdose on Viagra, immediately contact your doctor or go to the closest emergency room.

Common side effects of Viagra include:

  • Stuffy nose
  • Headache
  • Redness or warmth in the chest, neck, or face
  • Stomach pain
  • Upset stomach
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea
  • Back pain
  • Memory issues
  • Dizziness
  • Hearing loss
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Trouble differentiating between green and blue colors

Viagra should be stored at room temperature between 68°F to 77°F (20°C to 25°C).

Tell your doctor about all the medications you take, including prescription medications, over-the-counter medications, herbal supplements, and vitamins. Viagra can change how other drugs work, and other drugs can change how Viagra works. Tell your doctor especially if you take any of the following medications:

  • Medicines for high blood pressure
  • Other medicines to treat ED
  • Medicines known as nitrates
  • Medicines known as alpha blockers
  • Medicines to treat HIV
  • Antibiotics or antifungals
  • Medicines known as guanylate cyclase stimulators (e.g., riociguat/Adempas)

Additionally, let your doctor know if you:

  • Have or have had heart problems
  • Have had a stroke
  • Have pulmonary hypertension
  • Have low blood pressure
  • Have uncontrolled blood pressure
  • Have had heart surgery in the past six months
  • Have had an erection for longer than four hours
  • Have a deformed penis shape
  • Have bleeding problems
  • Have conditions affecting your blood cells (e.g., leukemia, multiple myeloma, or sick cell anemia)
  • Have ever had serious loss of vision or an eye problem known as NAION
  • Have an eye condition known as retinitis pigmentosa
  • Have had stomach ulcers
  • Have had problems with your kidneys
  • Have had problems with your liver

When a patient’s primary cause of erectile dysfunction is physical, Viagra is very effective at helping them achieve an erection when desired. If a patient’s erectile dysfunction is attributed to psychological factors, Viagra may be less effective.

Due to the risk of side effects, individuals taking Viagra should not consume alcohol or any products containing grapefruit.

Viagra is able to help an individual maintain an erection even after experiencing ejaculation, often decreasing the time required to regain an erection again.

Patients with diabetes or certain heart conditions that take Viagra may find it to be less effective in some cases.

For individuals who experience side effects of Viagra (such as indigestion, nasal congestion, or flushing of the skin, these symptoms typically subside within several hours. If you are experiencing significant or persistent side effects after taking Viagra, please contact your doctor.

For patients who struggle with early ejaculation and incorporate the use of creams that reduce sensitivity during sexual activity, the use of Viagra alongside these creams is perfectly safe.

If a patient is unable to get an erection each time they want to have sex, have difficulty getting an erection in general, or have trouble maintaining an erection during sexual activity, these individuals are most likely to benefit from taking Viagra.

Viagra typically leaves a patient’s system within 2 to 3 hours. However, some individuals may have a slower metabolism that will cause it to still be present in their system for up to 6 hours. This duration is determined by both the dosage and a patient’s metabolism. It may be detected in a urine test for about 24 hours.

Viagra is an oral medication, and these medications must be broken down and absorbed through an individual’s gastrointestinal tract. There is no way to speed up this process in most cases, but individuals may find the medication to work quicker if taken on an empty stomach.

Viagra should only be taken once per day, and patients should not exceed this dose. If you are struggling with erectile dysfunction but would like to have treatment that allows for multiple instances of sexual activity outside of Viagra’s average timeframe of efficacy, please speak to your doctor about possible options.

The ingredients in many of these products are not always accurately listed and may not always work as intended. Due to the risk of quite a few of the pills containing powdered sildenafil without explicitly listing it as an ingredient, it is strongly advised that patients taking Viagra do not mix them together.

Viagra is not studied nor approved for use in women. Women who struggle with sexual dysfunction should discuss this condition with their doctor as many Viagra-equivalent medications are now available specifically for use in females.

Viagra should not be mixed with other erectile dysfunction medications due to the increased risk of side effects and adverse results of combining multiple similar medications. If Viagra is not working effectively for you, contact your doctor about adjusting your dose.

It is advised to not take Viagra when smoking or otherwise consuming marijuana-based products. Marijuana has been shown to affect the proper metabolism of the medication and result in an increased risk of cardiovascular adverse effects.

Counterfeit Viagra has been shown to include a number of hazardous ingredients and is not always guaranteed to contain the correct or even any sildenafil. The counterfeit variations of this medication have been found to contain drywall and other binding agents, blue printer ink, no or too much sildenafil, metronidazole, and amphetamines. All individuals are strongly advised to avoid taking counterfeit medication due to the serious health risks such action poses.

Viagra is capable of expiring, and the expiration date will be listed on the container. Do not use Viagra after it has expired, and be sure to dispose of the medication properly. Do not flush or toss in the trash. Contact a pharmacist or local waste services for more information on proper disposal.

There are currently no such products that function in the same manner as Viagra for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, and many that have falsely claimed such efficacy have been recalled. Individuals are advised against taking any herbal supplement that makes such claims.