Info About Viagra®

What is Viagra®?

Viagra® was developed by leading urologists and medical scientists. Viagra® was created by the pharmaceutical company, Pfizer. Viagra® was patented in 1996, and approved for the use of erectile dysfunction by the Food and Drug Administration on March 27, 1998. Viagra® has now been on the market for over 10 years, and has helped over 25 million men with erectile dysfunction. Viagra® has helped revolutionize the way patients and doctors address sexual health issues.

As more and more adult males suffering from ED realized that Viagra® offered them a chance at regaining the sexual intimacy that they had once deemed unattainable, Viagra® sales topped the charts. Even former presidential front-runner, Bob Dole, agreed to a nationally televised endorsement campaign geared at letting even the conservative adult male know that there was indeed a treatment for their Erectile Dysfunction.

How to Take Viagra®:

Viagra® is ingested orally in either 50mg or 100mg tablets. It is recommended that patients ingest Viagra® on an empty stomach, as the food can slow down the release of the active ingredient, Sildenafil into the bloodstream.
Viagra® generally takes about thirty minutes to fully work after which an erection can be sustained for three to four hours. Viagra® is not intended to be a drug which is ingested every day, and it is recommended that the patient allow for at least 24 hours before taking another Viagra® dosage.

Although there have not been any conclusive reports of a Viagra® overdose to-date, there could be side effects when the drug is taken too often. If you ever experience any serious side effects from taking Viagra®, discontinue usage immediately and seek medical assistance promptly.

What Are Some of the Side Effects of Viagra®?

Like all prescription medications, Viagra® does carry the risk of side effects. Most of them are mild, and do not last for a very long time; others can be more serious.
"Flushing"—the feeling of heat in a man’s neck and chest, sometimes accompanied by redness in those areas—is one of the mild side effects. So is experiencing a stuffy nose, just as though the man was catching or had a cold. Some men notice that Viagra® causes mild stomach upset; others complain of a backache after having taken Viagra®.

All of these mild side effects usually disappear in a very short time. Further, they may not appear each time a man uses Viagra®, and not all men will have all the side effects. Men who do suffer mild side effects such as those listed above can continue to take Viagra®; however, they will want to mention them to their doctor at their next visit.

There are other, rare, much more serious, side effects such as chest pain, sudden vision or hearing, or an erection that lasts over four hours or is extremely painful. If you experience any of these side effects, you should stop taking Viagra® and notify your physician immediately.

One of the most serious—but, fortunately, one of the rarest—side effects is a loss of vision called nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NAION). This condition can cause permanent vision loss. Therefore, if you have any eye problem that affects the retina of the eye, you should consult your doctor BEFORE taking any medication for erectile dysfunction.

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* These compounded medicines are not marketed, manufactured, distributed or endorsed by either Pfizer ®, Inc. or Lilly LLC.
Sildenafil Citrate tablets are sold under the registered trademark Viagra ®
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