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What is Viagra?

Viagra (Sildenafil) is an erectile dysfunction treatment containing the active ingredient sildenafil citrate. Viagra tablets, or the ‘little blue pills’, are the most popular treatment in the UK to treat erectile dysfunction in men. Erectile dysfunction (ED), or impotence, occurs due to decreased blood flow to the penis. Men with ED are unable to maintain an erection long enough for penetration during sexual intercourse.  

 

Viagra is an erectile dysfunction treatment used for men who suffer from erection problems. The generic, cheaper Viagra alternative, Sildenafil is available here. You can buy Viagra online here.

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How does Viagra work?

The active ingredient sildenafil in Viagra increases the blood flow to the penis. The increased blood flow helps patients with erectile dysfunction achieve and sustain an erection. This means that during sexual arousal, more blood can get to the penis, thus ensuring a firmer and longer lasting erection.

 

It is important to note that Viagra only works if you are already sexually aroused. It is a common misconception that Viagra makes you sexually aroused. Viagra helps you achieve and maintain an erection.

 

In addition, Viagra does not treat premature ejaculation. For information on premature ejaculation, click here.

How do you take Viagra?

The recommended starting dose of Viagra is 50 mg. Take one tablet about one hour before sexual activity. Do not exceed one tablet per day.

 

It takes 30 – 60 minutes for the Viagra tablets to work. The effects can last up to 4 hours. If you have an erection that lasts for more than 4 hours, you should contact a doctor immediately.

How effective is Viagra in treating erectile dysfunction?

Viagra is an effective way of managing erectile dysfunction. In addition to taking medication to treat erectile dysfunction, it is worth considering making lifestyle changes. These include:

  • Quitting smoking
  • Losing weight if you are overweight
  • Reducing your alcohol consumption
  • Exercising regularly
  • Reducing stress
  • Not taking illegal drugs

 

If you have erectile dysfunction, it is also worth considering addressing any underlying health conditions that may be contributing to your ED.

What are the common side effects of Viagra?

Like all medicines, Viagra can cause side effects. However, not everybody experiences these side effects, and they are typically mild to moderate and only last a short period of time. Please ensure that you have carefully read the patient information leaflet accompanied with this treatment for a comprehensive list of side effects.

 

The most common Viagra side effects include:

  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Hot facial and/or body flush

 

For less common side effects, please see the patient information leaflet.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is generic Viagra?

 

Viagra tablets are now available to buy as the non-branded version, known as generic Viagra. Generic contains sildenafil citrate, the same active ingredient that is in Viagra. Generic Viagra and Viagra are medically equivalent.

 

Where can I buy Viagra?

 

You can buy Viagra online safely here. When researching where to buy Viagra, it is important that you look for a legitimate online pharmacy. To verify that you are buying from a genuine pharmacy, make sure that the pharmacy is clearly displaying the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) logo. The GPhC ensure that pharmacies are fully regulated. In addition, you must pass a medical questionnaire, assessment or consultation to ensure that Viagra is safe for you to take.

 

If you are unsure whether or not a pharmacy is genuine, always double check on the GPhC website.

 

Can you buy Viagra over the counter?

 

Viagra cannot be purchased over the counter. If you want to buy Viagra, you will need a prescription. If you are eligible, you can obtain a prescription for Viagra online here. At Instant eCare, all you need to do in order to obtain a prescription is answer a few simple questions to ensure that Viagra is safe for you to take. If you are eligible for treatment,

 

How long does it take for Viagra to work?

 

Viagra takes between 30-60 minutes to work and lasts up to 4 hours. If your erection lasts longer than 4 hours, you need to contact your doctor or seek medical attention.

 

What is Kamagra?

 

Kamagra is a drug produced in India to treat erectile dysfunction. Kamagra is said to contain the same ingredient as Viagra, sildenafil citrate. Kamagra is often bought online in the UK as a cheap Viagra alternative. However, Kamagra is illegal in the UK because it is likely to be counterfeit and can be dangerous and even fatal.

 

There are no quality controls in place in the UK to ensure that Kamagra is safely manufactured. It is best to avoid buying Kamagra online as it is largely unregulated and the safety of the product is very questionable. Another cause for concern is that Kamagra can be bought online without a prescription. This is illegal because it means there are no medical assessments required to determine whether or not the treatment is suitable for you.

 

Does Viagra work for everyone?

 

Viagra works in 4 out of 5 men. For some men, Viagra won’t work. This is more common in men with diabetes, high cholesterol or hypertension. In addition, Viagra does not always work on the first dose. Many men who take Viagra have had to take it at least 4 to 5 times before they have noticed an effect.

 

It is also worth considering and addressing the underlying factors that may be contributing to your erectile dysfunction. These include depression, anxiety, and stress.

* Disclaimer: Results and individual responses to treatments may vary from person to person. If you do need medical advice you should always speak to a doctor, pharmacist or appropriate medical professional.