Questions for Viagra

images (6)  Affected by impotence, millions of modern men today have taken recourse to Viagra (sildenafil citrate), the first oral pill to treat erectile dysfunction. Produced by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer, this drug is also approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is known to have been enormously effective in helping men having and maintaining an erection.

Why do people buy Viagra?

images (10)Impotence is caused by both medical and psychogenic reasons. And Viagra is tested to be effectual in overcoming the dysfunction for both as this drug does not cause erection directly; it only improves the response to sexual arousal. That is why men rely on Viagra. It enhances nitric oxide discharge in the body, which usually happens when a person is sexually stimulated. Nitric oxide relaxes the smooth muscles and allows more blood flow into certain penile areas, thus causing an erection.

What to consider while buying Viagra?

Viagra is sold as oral tablets of 25mg, 50mg and 100mg strengths, each priced at around US$ 10/pill. It is generally advised to start with the medium strength and then move up or down to 25mg or 100mg, as the need be. Viagra is consumed once everyday about 30 minutes to 3 hours before sexual intercourse.

For those who don’t know, Viagra tablets are blue in color and diamond-shaped. And you will find the words “Pfizer” and “VGR xx” written on either side. Here, the “xx” represents “25”, “50” or “100”, the dosage strength in milligrams.

images (11)It is also important to consider the side-effects of Viagra while buying. Its serious side-effects include hypotension, priapism, stroke, myocardial infarction, increased intraocular pressure, ventricular arrhythmias, etc. And among the most commonly reported fallouts of this drug are headache, stomach ache, sneezing, palpitations, flushing, prolonged erections, photophobia, and visual impairment (color and light perception changes, vision gets blurred).

Another word of caution for patients treated for HIV with Protease inhibitors. Ideally, they should no use Viagra, and if at all they do, it is best to limit the intake and/or consult a doctor. Viagra is also not recommended for people having nitroglycerin, as this may adversely impact and lower the blood pressure levels.

How do people buy Viagra?

First and foremost, remember that Viagra is not sold over-the-counter. It is available only by prescription. Ask a licensed medical practitioner about the dosage you will need. It is always wise to get medical advice before you buy Viagra [http://www.mshworldtradersltd.com/Buy-Viagra/Buy-Viagra.asp]. Your entire medical history needs to be assessed before administering this drug.

There are also many online orders for Viagra delivery around the world. There is Viagra US, Viagra UK, Viagra for Asians and more. But in all cases, it is delivered only after thorough medical profile check.