Viagra is one of the most common known trademark medicines that can treat erectile dysfunction and high blood pressure in the lungs. Although individual results may vary, Viagra works to harden genitals long enough for sexual intercourse. Viagra is intended for male use only. Viagra is to be used only when needed. Once Viagra is taken, it takes roughly 30-60 minutes to kick in. Lastly, Viagra only works when consumers are sexually stimulated. Therefore, consumers could take it three hours prior, but will only see results when stimulated. It is important to note that if an erection lasts for 4 or more hours, one should seek medical attention immediately. Consumers should not take Viagra if they take Nitrates, poppers, and/or are allergic to sildenafil.
Viagra can be purchased almost anywhere. However, Viagra can only be purchased after a prescription (or sometimes over the counter) from a healthcare professional is made. Therefore, those who are interested should speak to their doctor directly. Be aware of counterfeit medicine. Viagra has an American phone line and U.S. address, so if you see an international line, avoid at all costs. Viagra also only comes in 3 doses: 25mg, 50mg, and 100mg. When speaking to your doctor, open up about your erectile struggles and work appropriately and considerably to help your doctor when deciding what dosage will be of best use. Viagra is in the form of a tablet that must be swallowed. If you live in South Africa and think you need Viagra, speak to your doctor about this option. If the doctor decides that Viagra is the best course action, then it will be prescribed with a set dosage. The prescriptions can be renewed at locations such as a CVS or Rite Aid. There are some doctors that are online and willing to work with you on any questions that you may have. Any consumer should stop using Viagra if they have any of the following symptoms: headaches, flushing, upset stomach, abnormal vision (in both or one eye), stuffy nose, back or muscle pain, ringing in the ear, hearing loss, and nausea. Speak to your doctor if these symptoms are present. If you have had a heart attack, heart surgery, a stroke, or bleeding problems, prior to taking Viagra, it is important to speaking to your doctor while deciding if this medicine is right for you.
When it comes to purchasing your prescription, the packaging comes with roughly 10 tablets (may vary depending on prescription). The price per pill is roughly $70 for a 100mg tablet. At CVS, the cost of 10 tablets for 100mg will be $696, Walgreens cost is $720, and Walmart is $691. A 50mg prescription is half the cost, $35.
Lastly, tips for Viagra are essential. It is advised to be smart when taking this prescription tablet. You will not get an erection simply by taking it. Any consumer can take Viagra before stimulation up to 4 hours prior. As stated earlier, it takes 30-60 minutes for Viagra to kick in. However, if you eat something with high-fat, such as a steak and fries, Viagra may take longer to kick in. With that said, Viagra can be taken both on a full or empty stomach.
I am medical practitioner from Cape Town. My professional interest: new treatments of erectile dysfunction.