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Viagra and Dangerous Interactions With Medical Problems  

VIAGRA 100 MG TABLETThe presence of certain medical conditions may prohibit or interact negatively with the use of Viagra.  Make sure to tell your doctor if you have any medical conditions prior to using this is impotence medication, especially the following: 

  • Arrhythmias (irregular heartbeat)

  • Coronary Artery Disease

  • Heart attack, history of (especially within the last six months)

  • High blood pressure

  • Low blood pressure

  • History of stroke (especially within the last six months)

  • Abnormal penis, including a curved penis and birth defects of the penis (chance of problems occurring may be increased

  • Bleeding problems

  • Retinitis pigmentosa -It is not known if Viagra is safe to use in these patientsí conditions causing a thickening of blood or a slowing down of the blood flow, including leukemia; multiple myeloma (tumors of the bone marrow); or polycythemia, sickle cell disease, and thrombocythemia (blood problems)

  • Priapism or a history of, while Viagra does not cause priapism (erection lasting longer than six hours), patients with these conditions sometimes have an increased risk of priapism occurring while using Viagra.

  • Heart or blood disease- Sexual activity increases the blood flow and heart rate, and can increase the risk of problems occurring for some patients who use any type of medicine, including Viagra that increases sexual ability

  • Kidney problems

  • Liver problems- The chance of problems occurring may be increased.  Frequently your doctor may lower the starting doses or even increase doses as needed and tolerated.

  • Pulmonary veno-occlusive disease (high blood pressure in the blood vessels of the lungs) - Heart problems may worsen for patients with this serious condition.

The previous medical conditions are not totally inclusive of all medical concerns which may make the use of Viagra prohibitive.  You should always discuss any medical conditions you have with your doctor prior to taking Viagra for erectile dysfunction. 

Information from Consumer Drug Reference

Additional information and webpage By Paul Susic MA Licensed Psychologist  Ph.D Candidate 

Web www.Psychtreatment.Com
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