How Should I Use Viagra For The First Time?

Short Facts about Viagra

  • Viagra is probably the World’s Most Popular Male Sexual Performance Drug.
  • However, it is also one of the most counterfeited drugs in the world.
  • Viagra is an innovative drug, marketed for almost twenty years (since 1998).
  • Viagra is associated with rapid onset of action – within 14 minutes for some men – and an extended duration of action for up to 12 hours.

 

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What is Erectile Dysfunction and how does Viagra help?

ED-PyschologicalErectile dysfunction, defined today as the inability to attain and maintain an erect penis with sufficient rigidity for sexual intercourse, has become an increasingly common complaint that affects 140 million men worldwide.
What was thought to be related to psychological causes (e.g. depression, anxiety and stress involving the workplace) was demonstrated the primary factor in only a few cases. However, secondary psychological problems are expected in all cases associated with erectile dysfunction. The definition of erectile dysfunction can be different for every guy. Organic causes are predominant for the onset of erectile dysfunction, such as trauma to the penis, vascularization, and other pathologies such as Diabetes mellitus, renal failure and so on. Viagra is a medicinal product, containing Sildenafil and indicated in the treatment of adult men with erectile dysfunction. Sildenafil is a highly selective inhibitor of PDE type 5. It enhances the NO-mediated relaxation of human corpus cavernosum in vitro. Sildenafil, by inhibiting phosphodiesterase, increases the intracellular concentrations of cyclic guanosine, monophosphate (cGMP), causing an amplification of the endogenous NO-cGMP signalling pathway. It is considered a vasodilator agent, acting by increasing blood flow to the penis and thus it restores impaired erectile function. In order for Viagra to be effective, it requires natural sexual stimulation.

 

Viagra’s brief history

Viagra originally entered into clinical studies as a medication intended for lowering high blood pressure. Results confirmed that it did not significantly work for its intended purpose and was discontinued. When patients were asked to return their unused medicine, however, they all refused. Investigating the reasons why the patients were so fond of the new medication revealed a very interesting effect: it improved men’s erection. And so Viagra was born, and the men’s’ hopes along with it.

 

 

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How should I use Viagra?

Viagra is administered orally, you should take it approximately 1 hour before planning to have intercourse.
The recommended dose in adults is 50 mg taken as needed approximately one hour before sexual activity. To be effective, sexual stimulation is required.6
Please read carefully the following sections before jumping into action.


viagra-100-4Should I take caution when using Viagra?

Yes, please consider your degree of cardiac risks associated with the sexual activity.
If you are in the case of co-administering substances known to lead to symptomatic hypotension (blood pressure <90/50 mmHg), do not take Viagra.
If using alpha-blockers, you should talk to your doctor prior to taking Viagra.
Viagra cannot be administrated with nitric oxide donors or nitrated in any form (Nitroglycerin Isosorbide, Nitroprusside, Amyl nitrite or amyl nitrate). Nitrate esters are commonly used in the treatment of angina pectoris or “chest pain”, myocardial infarction, and congestive heart failure. The combination of nitrates and Viagra can lead to a dangerous fall in your blood pressure.
Also, do not take nitrate-containing medicines up to 24 hours after you take Viagra.
If you are not certain, it is better to ask the doctor or the pharmacist. Call Assured Pharmacy on 01625 460 621.
Do not take Viagra if you are taking Riociguat used to treat high pressure in the lungs and high pressure in the lungs secondary to blood clots, as their hypotensive effects may be increased by Viagra.
If you have a severe heart problem or you have suffered a stroke or heart attack, or if you have a severe liver problem, it is better to refer to your doctor or pharmacist.

 

How to take Viagra?

  • Do not take Viagra from unknown sources. Buy Viagra from the pharmacy. There is a high rate of Viagra counterfeit reported.
  • Also, you should not use Viagra with any other local or oral treatments for erectile dysfunction.
  • Viagra takes longer to start working if you take it with a heavy meal.
  • Drinking alcohol can temporarily impair your ability to get an erection.
  • We advise not drinking excessive amounts of alcohol if you desire an immediate and efficient effect from Viagra.
  • You should not take Viagra more than once a day.
  • You should take Viagra about one hour before you are planning to have sex. Swallow the tablet whole with a glass of water.

 

Is Viagra safe?

Yes, Viagra is a safe drug. Safety was proven in a number of clinical studies. Sildenafil (Viagra) was administered to more than 9500 patients aged 18-87. Despite this, remember that it is a medicine only given by prescription. The safety of Viagra has not been studied and therefore is contraindicated in the following groups: patients with severe hepatic impairment, patients with hypotension (blood pressure <90/50 mmHg), a recent history of stroke and known hereditary How-Does-Viagra-Workdegenerative retinal disorders such as retinitis pigmentosa. The most common adverse reactions include a headache, flushing, dyspepsia, nasal congestion, dizziness, nausea and altered vision. As dizziness was sometimes reported in clinical trials, it is better not to drive or to manipulate any operating machinery immediately after taking Viagra.

 

What were the results obtained in clinical studies?

In a comparative study, evaluating the onset of penile rigidity in men with ED treated with Sildenafil Citrate and Tadalafil (Cialis), Viagra’s median time of action for the patients who obtained erections for sexual intercourse was 25 minutes with a range of 12-37 minutes.8
In a separate study, Viagra was still able to produce an erection in response to sexual stimulation 4-5 hours post administration.9 Viagra proved effective in several specific patient populations including the difficult-to-treat subpopulations such as diabetes mellitus and after radical prostatectomy.

 What Viagra looks like?

Viagra film-coated tablets are blue, with a rounded diamond shape. They are marked “PFIZER” on one side and “VGR 50” on the other side.
Viagra is marketed in 3 different doses, 25, 50 and 50 mg, film-coated tablets.

 

Can I take Viagra without a prescription?

No. Viagra is medicinal product issued only by medical prescription. The good news is that you can buy Viagra from Assured Pharmacy. You must complete an online questionnaire and afterwards, a GMC regulated doctor will issue a prescription that allows you to acquire Viagra in an efficient, safe and regulated manner.
This prescription is sent directly to our pharmacy where it is checked by a qualified pharmacist to ensure the treatment is suitable.

 

What if I experience a problem?

If any unpleasant side-effects appear, please address directly to our pharmacy and to our doctor at the phone number (01625 460 621).

 

So, what should be my real expectations after taking Viagra for the first time?

Viagra will not make your penis larger and neither will it help premature ejaculation. It will, however, decrease your refractory time, the time required to achieve a subsequent erection after ejaculation. And it will allow a firmer erection with less stimulation and it will make possible a few more erections during the interval of 4-5 hours postdose.

 

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References:

  1. K Hatzimouratidis- Sildenafil in the treatment of erectile dysfunction: an overview of the clinical evidence;
  2. C Persu, V Cauni, S Gutue, ES Albu, V Jinga, and P Geavlete– Diagnosis and treatment of erectile dysfunction– a practical update;
  3. M Boolell M, MJ Allen, SA Ballard, S Gepi-Attee, GJ Muirhead, AM Naylor, IH Osterloh, C Gingell – Sildenafil: an orally active type 5 cyclic GMP-specific phosphodiesterase inhibitor for the treatment of penile erectile dysfunction;
  4. E Gbekor, S Bethell and L Fawcett- Selectivity of sildenafil and other phosphodiesterase types 5 (PDE5) inhibitors against all human phosphodiesterase families;
  5. Rodríquez Vela LGonzalvo Ibarra APascual Regueiro DRioja Sanz LA.- Erectile Dysfunction;
  6. http://www.ema.europa.eu/Viagra- Summary of product characteristics;
  7. KE Torfgård, J Ahlner – Mechanism of actions of nitrates;
  8. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ A Randomized, Open-Label, Crossover, Multicenter, Single Dose Comparator Study Evaluating Onset Of Penile Rigidity In Men With Erectile Dysfunction Who Are Treated With Sildenafil And Tadalafil;
  9. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ A Randomized Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Balanced 4-Way Crossover Study To Assess The Efficacy Of Single Oral Doses Of PF-00592379 On Erectile Function, Using 100mg Sildenafil As A Positive Control.

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