Viagra

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Viagra ensures the blood vessels are kept dilated for longer, improving blood flow to the corpus cavernosum in the penis. This does not only produce but also helps to maintain an erection.

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What does Viagra do?

Pfizer discovered that sildenafil stops the breakdown of cyclic GMP, a chemical messenger that is released upon sexual arousal which causes blood vessels to widen. Viagra ensures the blood vessels are kept dilated for longer, improving blood flow to the corpus cavernosum in the penis. This does not only produce but also helps to maintain an erection.

Viagra takes effect within about 30 minutes and lasts for about four hours. The peak level is reached one hour after the medication is taken.

When not to use Viagra

Pfizer warns against the use of Viagra with any form of nitrate or nitrate medications, such as medications for angina or heart failure, or recreational drugs known as poppers. This combination can intensify the effect of Viagra and cause serious, even fatal, health risks. Taking this risk is never worth it!

Pfizer says Viagra should also not be used in:

 

    • People who have recently had a brain hemorrhage, stroke or heart attack;
    • People with serious heart problems;
    • People with serious liver problems;
    • People with a rare eye condition called retinitis pigmentosa;
    • People who are advised not to be sexually active by their doctor.

 

Viagra should be used with caution in patients with:

 

  • Haemophilia;
  • Leukaemia;
  • Sickle cell anaemia;
  • A stomach ulcer.
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