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Viagra

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Viagra is the well-known medication that is used to help men deal with Erectile Dysfunction (ED).

It has been shown to improve erections in men whom are 18 and older who suffer from such issues.

Viagra can help you get an erection for sex, stay hard for sex and keep an erection for the duration of sex.

The generic version of this medicine is the cheaper Sildenafil and is available here.

Please note: This page is only to be used as a reference of our price for this medication. If you are approved you will be offered treatment for you and the prescriber to jointly consider. However, the final decision will always be the prescriber's.
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  • Overview

    Viagra is an effective treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED) / erection problems (EP).

    It is the branded version of sildenafil, a drug used to help increase the flow of blood to the penis men who have difficulty getting or maintaining an erection, following sexual arousal.

     

  • FAQ

    • How Does Viagra Work?

      Viagra is part of a class of drugs called PDE5 inhibitors. These medications work by blocking the action of the PDE5 enzyme (cGMP-specific phosphodiesterase type 5), which plays a vital role in regulating blood flow to the sponge-like erectile tissue of the penis.

      In layman's terms, Viagra (as well as other erectile dysfunction drugs, such as Cialis and Levitra) works by improving blood flow into the soft tissue of your penis. This makes it easier to get and maintain an erection.

    • Does Viagra Always Work?

      Viagra works by increasing blood flow into the soft tissue of your penis, it is highly effective at doing this and therefore making it a great treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED). Cause of ED can be attributed to many medical conditions that affect circulations such as diabetes and high blood pressure. 

      There are some psychological barriers associated with ED, such as lack of interest in sex, arousal levels or confidence sexually and medications such as Viagra may not be as effective in helping deal with this side of things and therefore you may still experience erectile dysfunctions as a result of psychological issues even whilst taking Viagra. 

    • What Other Health Conditions is Viagra Used For?

      At this time, Viagra is only marketed as a treatment for erectile dysfunction and it's done so via FDA and MHRA approval. Viagra contains the active ingredient, Sildenafil. Sildenafil is cheaper and does what Viagra does, however it can also be used to treat conditions such as pulmonary arterial hypertension, which is a type of high blood pressure that can affect the lungs. This is usually under specialist supervision, Revatio contains 20mg sildenafil and is used almost exclusively for pulmonary arterial hypertension. 

    • When Should I Use Viagra?

      Viagra can be a safe effective treatment for men over the age of 18. You should considering using Viagra if you experience erectile dysfunction and it is beginning to affect your sex life regardless of it being a chronic (long standing) or acute (occasional) problem. 

    • How Long Does it Take For Viagra to Work?

      Viagra (Sildenafil) will usually being to work with 30 minutes after you take it. This is however largely dependent on if you have had a very large meal before taking Viagra or Sildenafil, if a meal is high in fat that it may take even longer for the effects of the Viagra tablets to 'kick-in'. If you have had a large, fatty meal then you may only being to notice the effects up to 60 minutes (1 hour) after taking your dose. 

      For the best outcomes, you should take your Viagra tablet on a moderately empty stomach an hour before you think you're going to have sex. 

    • Can I Make Viagra Work Faster?

      For Viagra to work, your body needs to absorb the active ingredient (Sildenafil) after you swallow it. It does so by breaking down and being absorbed by your digestive system. After being absorbed by your digestivbe system it enters the hepatic portal system- this means the sildenafil is carried through the hepatic portal vein into the liver where it is then distributed into your blood for it to be absorbed by the target area, in this instance the soft penile tissue. 

      There isn't anything you can do to speed this process up apart from not having a heavy meal prior to taking Viagra and to take it in the right condition. For the fastest effect take Viagra on an empty stomach and if possible don't eat any food for an hour after taking the Viagra tablet. 

      By not eating, it means your body is able to carry out the aforementioned absorption process as soon as it reaches your digestive system without having to digest other food or liquids. 

    • What is The Normal Dose for Viagra?

      Whether you are taking the branded version of Viagra from Pfizer or the generic version, sildenafil, it is available in many different strengths. Viagra comes in various strengths (25mg, 50mg and 100mg). The generic sildenafil also comes in strenghs of 25mg, 50mg and 100mg, however it is aslo available in 20mg. The maximum strength of Viagra contains 100mg of sildenafil. 

      Depending on the 'progession' of your erectile dysfunction and the severity of your symptoms, you might prescribed anywhere from 25mg - 100mg initially. However, generally speaking it is always best to start with a lower strength and if needed it is easier to adjust to a higher strength. There are studies that have looked at the most optimal strenght to take for erectile dysfunction and 50mg Viagra tablets have been found to be the most effective in cases of moderate erectile dysfunction. 

    • What is The Difference Between Viagra and Sildenafil?

      Sildenafil is the active ingredient in Viagra and has been available since 1998. It was approved by the FDA under the brand name "Viagra" as a medication for erectile dysfunction. Sildenafil was originall discovered by chemists at Pfizer when they were looking to find a new treatment for hypertension (high blood pressure). Sildenafic caused vasodilation (widening of blood vessels) and the scientists initially thought it would be a good treatment for angina relief, however results were not promising. Sildenafil (Viagra) in still however used in certain cases of Pulmonary Hypertension at a lower dose of 20mg. 

      Pfizer went on to patent sildenafil in 1996, two years before they were able to get FDA approval. The patent for Sildenafiil expired in 2012 for countries outside of the United States of America.

      Most of the generic products are labeled as "Sildenafil", although some manufacturers may use a different brand name. 

      Generally speaking they are the exact same medication. Viagra is simply the brand that was brought about by Pfizer and Sildenafil is the medication that causes the desired effect. More recently it has come down to preference, some Men find Viagra works better than Sildenafil (generic) whilst others prefer the generic non-branded version of Viagra, Sildenafil. 

      Sildenafil is now available in a variety of different forms and it is most commonly sold in it's tablet form with typical strength ranging from 25mg to 100mg. 

    • How Much Viagra Should I Take?

      The dose for Viagra or Sildenafil should be limited to ONE tablet of whatever strength you have been prescribed 30-60 minutes before any sexual activity. You should NOT take more than one Viagra tablet in a 24 hour period

    • Is There Any Difference Between Viagra and Sildenafil?

      No, Viagra is the brand name that was used by Pfizer to market its version of Sildenafil Citrate (the citrate part if the salt of the drug which is attached to the sildenafil to help absorption in the body). There is not and cannot be any chemical difference between the Sildenafil that Pfizer put into Viagra tablets and the generic sildenafil tablets that are available from any other manufacturer. 

      Regulatory bodies such as the FDA and MHRA would not allow a medication to be marketed for any condition if it is not proven to work in a safe manner and therefore if your dose is the same, you will get the same treatment for ED as you would from generic or branded sildenafil. 

      Please note, that Viagra comes in various strengths (25mg, 50mg, 100mg) and if you are switching from the Pfizer Viagra to Sildenafil Citrate tablets that you must ensure you are switching to the correct strength. 

    • What Are The Side-Effects of Viagra?

      Viagra is a safe and effective medication that typically only causes minor side-effects. The most commonly experienced side effect associated with taking Viagra is headache, nasal congestion, facial flushing, indigestion and muscle aches. These side effects can also commonly occur with other erectile dysfunction medications such as Cialis (Tadalafil) and Levitra. More information on the side effects of Viagra can be found here: https://www.drugs.com/sfx/viagra-side-effects.html

  • Side Effects

    Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects although not everybody gets them. The side effects reported in association with the use of VIAGRA are usually mild to moderate and of a short duration.

    If you experience any of the following serious side effects stop taking VIAGRA and seek medical help immediately:

    • An allergic reaction -this occurs uncommonly (may affect up to 1 in 100 people) Symptoms include sudden wheeziness, difficulty in breathing or dizziness, swelling of the eyelids, face, lips or throat
    • Chest pains- this occurs uncommonly If this occurs during or after intercourse -Get in a semi-sitting position and try to relax, DO NOT USE NITRATES TO TREAT YOUR CHEST PAIN.
    • Prolonged and sometimes painful erections – this occurs rarely (may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people). If you have an erection which lasts for more than 4 hours, you should contact a doctor immediately.
    • A sudden decrease or loss of vision- this occurs rarely
    • Serious skin reactions- this occurs rarely Symptoms may include severe peeling and swelling of the skin, blistering of the mouth, genitals and around the eyes, fever.
    • Seizures or fits- this occurs rarely

    Other Side Effects:

    Very common (may affect more than 1 in 10 people): headache.

    Common (may affect up to 1 in 10 people): nausea, facial flushing, hot flush (symptoms include a
    sudden feeling of heat in your upper body), indigestion, colour tinge to vision, blurred vision, visual
    disturbance, stuffy nose and dizziness.

    Uncommon (may affect up to 1 in 100 people): vomiting, skin rash, eye irritation, bloodshot eyes/red
    eyes, eye pain, seeing flashes of light, visual brightness, light sensitivity, watery eyes, pounding
    heartbeat, rapid heartbeat, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, muscle pain, feeling sleepy,
    reduced sense of touch, vertigo, ringing in the ears, dry mouth, blocked or stuffy sinuses,
    inflammation of the lining of the nose (symptoms include runny nose, sneezing and stuffy nose), upper
    abdominal pain, gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (symptoms include heartburn), , presence of blood
    in urine, pain in the arms or legs, nosebleed, feeling hot and feeling tired.

    Rare (may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people): fainting, stroke, heart attack, irregular heartbeat, temporary
    decreased blood flow to parts of the brain, feeling of tightening of the throat, numb mouth, bleeding at
    the back of the eye, double vision, reduced sharpness of vision, abnormal sensation in the eye,
    swelling of the eye or eyelid, small particles or spots in your vision, seeing halos around lights,
    dilation of the pupil of the eye, discolouration of the white of the eye, penile bleeding, presence of
    blood in semen, dry nose, swelling of the inside of the nose, feeling irritable and sudden decrease or
    loss of hearing.

    From post-marketing experience cases of unstable angina (a heart condition) and sudden death have
    been reported rarely. Of note most but not all, of the men who experienced these side effects had
    heart problems before taking this medicine. It is not possible to determine whether these events were
    directly related to VIAGRA.

    For more detailed information please read the Patient Information Leaflet (PIL)

  • Info Leaflet

    Before taking any medication you must always read the Patient Information Leaflet (PIL). Before taking Viagra, please make sure to read the leaflet.