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What is Viagra?

Viagra, produced by Pfizer since 1998, is the most well-known member of a class of medications called phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5) inhibitors. The PDE5 inhibitors, including Viagra, help men to get or maintain a suitably hard penile erection. In response to sexual stimulation, Viagra increases the blood flow to the penis and creates a hard erection ready for sexual intercourse.

Who is Viagra for?

Viagra is a popular treatment for men who experience erectile dysfunction (ED). ED is common and can affect men at any point in their life (although the incidence increases in older age) even if they are fit and healthy.

Which Viagra dosage should I take?

50mg - When taking Viagra for the first time, it is recommended to start with the 50mg dosage. It is the most common dosage for Viagra (and the only dosage available for Viagra Connect). Most patients do not need to switch from the 50mg as they find it effective and do not experience adverse side effects.

100mg - If a patient has tried 50mg of Viagra at least four times previously without side effects but still does not achieve an erection hard enough for penetration, then it may be necessary to increase the dosage to 100mg. This is currently the highest dosage available in the UK. It is recommended to only increase to 100mg after trying the 50mg dosage and important that a maximum of 100mg of Sildenafil is taken in any 24 hour period. You should always consult your GP or Pharmacist before changing dosage.

25mg - The lowest strength of Viagra currently on the market is 25mg. This dosage is recommended if a patient had tried the 50mg but experienced adverse side effects. It can also be the recommended dosage if a patient is taking other medications at the same time. These can include, but are not limited to; Alpha-Blockers, HIV treatment and blood pressure regulating medications.

Does the dosage depend on my age?

The dosage of Viagra that you should take is not necessarily defined by your age, it is based upon your health, any other medications you may be taking and how effective the treatment is for you.

Can I increase the dosage if it doesn’t work?

If you find that the 50mg dosage of Viagra is not effective for you and you have not experienced adverse side effects, it is possible to increase the dosage to the 100mg version. It is advised to consult your GP or Pharmacist before changing dosage.

The maximum dosage of Sildenafil that should be taken in any one day is 100mg. Exceeding this dosage may cause heightened side effects and be hazardous to your health. If you do accidentally exceed this limit, visit your local emergency department immediately.

How often can I take Viagra?

The maximum number of times Viagra should be taken is once per day. If you find you have sex more than twice per week, you may find that Tadalafil (Cialis) Daily is more effective. It is a consistent low dose taken once per day meaning you can be a more spontaneous, rather than plan at least an hour ahead each time.

What is the correct way to take it?

The tablet should be swallowed whole with a glass of water approximately one hour before sexual intercourse. Taking the treatment with food can delay the onset of action. Only one treatment should be taken per day (24 hour period); taking it more often increases the risk of side effects and does not make it more effective.

How long does it take Viagra to work?

Viagra is absorbed rapidly (when taken on an empty stomach) and starts to work in most men within 30 - 60 minutes (up to 120 minutes in a minority of men or if taken with a large meal).

How long will it last?

Viagra will remain in the body for approximately 4 hours, with the range between men being usually 3 - 5 hours. This does not mean you will have an erection for this long, but as it works in response to sexual stimulation, this is the timeframe it is likely to be effective.

What are the risks or side effects of Viagra?

Viagra is generally very well tolerated by most men and the variety of available doses enables men to find the right level of sildenafil intake to be effective, without unwanted side effects. For those who do experience side effects, the most common are headache, flushing, indigestion, nasal congestion, nausea, dizziness and visual disturbances. They generally only last a few hours. Viagra should not be taken with any other PD5 inhibitors nor should it be combined with nitrates used in cardiovascular disease, alpha blockers (for high blood pressure) or any recreational drugs. Caution is advised in the use of Viagra in people with diabetes, anatomical deformation of the penis (such as Peyronie’s disease) or a predisposition to painful erections e.g. in sickle cell disease or leukaemia.

Are there alternatives to Viagra?

Although Viagra is the most famous treatment for ED and is effective in most men, there are other PD5 inhibitors. These include Cialis (Tadalafil), Levitra (Vardenafil) and Spedra (Avanafil) and have a slightly faster onset of action. Cialis is often used by men who engage in sexual activity at least three times a week as a daily tablet is available.

Is there a difference between Viagra and Sildenafil?

Sildenafil Citrate is the active ingredient in Viagra and as such the generically labelled Sildenafil is medically equivalent to Viagra. Sildenafil is equally effective and subject to the same rigorous safety and quality standards as Viagra, but available at a lower price because it is "unbranded".

What is the difference between Viagra and Cialis?

Viagra (sildenafil) and Cialis (tadalafil) are two medications which are commonly used to treat erectile dysfunction. They both work in the same way, by temporarily increasing blood flow to the penis, assisting in producing and maintaining an erection when sexually aroused. Whilst both have similar safety and efficacy profiles, each person is different and may have a different response to each. In addition, there is a low dose, daily formulation of Cialis (tadalafil) designed to be taken every day, which may be preferable for some people who do not want to take higher doses of Cialis (tadalafil) or Viagra (sildenafil) on a ‘when required’ basis. Read more here Viagra vs Cialis

Can I combine Viagra with other Erectile Dysfunction medications?

It is not safe to take more than one Erectile Dysfunction medication at a time. Having more than one medication in your system at any one time will put you at serious risk of adverse side effects. If Viagra is not being effective for you, switching to an alternative Erectile Dysfunction medication may prove effective for you as each patient reacts differently to each medication. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, quitting smoking and healthy eating can all contribute to enhanced penile performance. There are other forms of treatment available such as penis pumps and penile injections. Depending on what is the root cause of the issue, counselling may also be effective for combating ED.

Can I take Viagra with Alcohol?

Alcohol should be consumed cautiously when taking Viagra (sildenafil). It is thought to be safe to drink a small amount, such as one glass of wine or one beer (2-3 units). However exceeding this amount may decrease the effectiveness of the medication, whilst also increasing the potential for side effects. The inhibitory effects of alcohol may also cause erectile dysfunction in itself. It is therefore important to stick to the recommended alcohol limits. Read more here Can I take Viagra with Alcohol?

Ingredients

The active substance is sildenafil citrate.

Each tablet contains 25mg, 50mg or 100mg of sildenafil citrate.

The other ingredients are: microcrystalline cellulose, calcium hydrogen phosphate (anhydrous), croscarmellose sodium, magnesium stearate Film coat: hypromellose, titanium dioxide (E171), lactose monohydrate, triacetin, indigo carmine aluminium lake (E132)

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Viagra (Sildenafil)
Strength 25 mg
50 mg
100 mg
How long it lasts Up to 4 hours
Dosage One tablet an hour before
How fast it works 30 - 60 minutes
Active Ingredient Sildenafil

Side Effects From Using Viagra

Viagra has been used by millions of men worldwide for over a decade and has been proven to be a safe and effective treatment for erectile dysfunction. For the majority of users no side effects are experienced. However, some men may experience mild side effects and less than 1% will experience serious side effects.

Very Common Side Effects (affects more than 10% of the population)

  • Headache

Common Side Effects (affects between than 1-10% of the population)

  • Dizziness
  • Blurry Vision / Visual Disturbances
  • Hot flushes
  • Blocked nose
  • Nausea/Indigestion

 Information Leaflet

Always read the patient information leaflet before commencing treatment.

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