My Healthy Man – Viagra (Pfizer) Treatment of erectile dysfunction

The drug Viagra was approved by the FDA and allowed for sale in 1998 (if more specifically – March 27). The drug was intended to treat sexual dysfunction, in particular, problems with potency.

However, doctors did not come to this function of Viagra right away. Curiously, but initially Viagra was used in studies for the treatment of hypertension (elevated blood pressure). Men taking this drug, told experts that Viagra causes a long and strong erection, that’s just from the pressure, unfortunately, does not help.

A similar effect of Viagra was seen in all men, so it was decided to position the drug as a cure for sexual impotence.

Gradually began to appear analogs (generics), but they do not give a guaranteed result and are often not as effective as the original preparation of Viagra.

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Who should use Viagra?

The drug Viagra is designed for men who have problems with achieving and maintaining an erection during intercourse. Reception of this drug allows you to cope with this problem.

Before use, consult a doctor (he can prescribe the correct dosage), read the instructions, especially with the “Side Effects” and “Contraindications” sections. For example, the use of the drug with caution is indicated for people with congenital deformity of the penis, heart and blood diseases, as well as hypotensive type of arterial pressure (low blood pressure).

 

VIAGRA RECEPTION IS CONTRAINDICATED IF:

If you have had hypersensitivity to Viagra, to any of its components or a similar drug.

If you take any medications containing nitrates – regularly or if necessary – you should never take Viagra. If you take VIAGRA with any drug containing nitrates, your blood pressure may suddenly fall to life-threatening values. You may feel dizzy, weak, or even experience a heart attack or stroke. Nitrates are found in many prescription drugs used to treat angina (chest pain associated with cardiovascular disease). These drugs are:

• nitroglycerin (inhalers, ointments, dermal patches or pastes, or tablets for ingestion, chewing or resorption in the oral cavity);

• isosorbide mononitrate or isosorbide dinitrate (tablets for ingestion, chewing or resorption in the oral cavity).

Nitrates can also be contained in the lungs of “club” drugs, such as amyl nitrate or nitrite (“poppers”).

If you are not sure if the nitrate contains the drug you are taking, or you do not understand what substances are nitrates, ask a doctor or pharmacist.

Since this is described above (WHAT HAPPENS IN THE ORGANISM DURING SEX?), Ask the doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity.

VIAGRA is intended only for patients with erectile dysfunction. VIAGRA is not intended for newborns, children or women. Do not let another person take your VIAGRA.