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Viagra Side Effects: Guide to Healthy Use

Viagra side effects: An overview

VIAGRA 100 MG TABLETWhile Viagra side effects are relatively limited, like all medications, there are potential problems and special concerns which need to be discussed with a knowledgeable expert prior to taking Viagra. The "little blue miracle pill" is relatively problem free for most individuals, but the viagra side effects are of concern to some individuals. A complete medical history by a physician is always recommended in order to determine whether the Viagra side effects may be hazardous to your specific health. Also, while it is true that Viagra increases your body’s ability to achieve and maintain an erection during sexual stimulation, it does not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV. Viagra is not recommended for use by women or children, although some studies have found some benefits in the use by women to assist in enhancing blood flow to the clitoral area resulting in increased lubrication.


Viagra side effects and special precautions:

Because it is usually so well tolerated, when Viagra side effects are experience they are usually mild and temporary. Some of the most common Viagra side effects are headache, facial flushing and upset stomach. Some less common Viagra side effects include bluish vision, blurred vision, or sensitivity to light, which may occur for a brief period of time. Also, men who have medical conditions which may cause a sustained erection such as sickle cell anemia, leukemia or multiple myeloma, or who may have an abnormally shaped penis may not be able to take Viagra .

Special precautions:

There are several medications which are known to negatively interact with Viagra, making it imperative to discuss all current medicines with your doctor. Men who are currently using medicines that contain nitrates, such as my nitroglycerin should not use Viagra, because the combination has a tendency to lower blood pressure to very low and sometimes fatal levels. Because it has not been studied when utilized with other treatments for impotence, combination treatments are not recommended. Finally, if you experience chest pain, significant nausea or any other serious discomforts during sex , or erections that last longer than four hours, seek immediate medical help.

By Paul Susic MA Licensed Psychologist Ph.D Candidate

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