Viagra is an FDA-approved medication used to treat erectile dysfunction problems in men. After being introduced in 1998, Viagra became the most popular treatment for erectile dysfunction issues. Viagra is a fast-acting medication that can last up to four hours. It works well for men at any age, regardless of how long the patient has been having issues getting and maintaining an erection.
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Viagra interferes with the production of a hormone called PDE5. It relaxes the blood vessels surrounding the penis to allow increased blood flow during sexual arousal. When using Viagra, men can easily get and maintain a hard erection after being sexually stimulated. You will only get an erection after becoming sexually aroused and the erection will go away on its own. Even if you have been having erectile dysfunction problems for a long time, Viagra will start working right away.
Viagra can start working within 15 minutes. It’s a popular treatment for ED issues because it has been scientifically proven to help approximately 80% of men experiencing sexual difficulty. It was the first FDA-approved treatment for erectile dysfunction problems and it has a long history of success. Clinical trials from around the world have shown that Viagra is an effective treatment for erectile dysfunction issues. Each dose lasts up to four hours and some men can get multiple erections from a single dose. Typically, Viagra is covered by most health insurance plans.
Viagra works best if it’s taken approximately one hour before sexual activity. To get an erection, you will need to be sexually stimulated. Doctors usually recommend taking 50 mg once per day, but the dosage can be decreased to 25 mg or increased to 100 mg if needed. Do not take more than one dose every 24 hours. Viagra cannot be taken at the same time as other medications used to treat male erectile dysfunction problems. You should not take Viagra with a high-fat meal because it can reduce the effectiveness of the medication. Viagra does not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases.
Any side effects from taking Viagra are usually minor. Typical side effects include a headache, stomach upset, vision problems, dizziness, light sensitivity, flushed skin, and rashes. Rare but serious side effects include hearing problems, temporary blindness, and an erection that won’t go away. If you have one of these side effects after taking Viagra, seek medical attention.
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Q: What’s organic erectile dysfunction? Is it the same as physiological ED and does it respond to treatment with Viagra?
A: Organic ED is exactly the same as physiological ED and refers to an inability to get and keep an erection strong enough for penetration because you’re not pumping enough blood to your penis to facilitate erection. This is the single biggest cause of ED and fortunately can sometimes be reversed if you adopt a healthier lifestyle. However, if the problem is already too advanced to be turned around, you can get the extra help you need from Viagra, which temporarily optimizes blood flow to the penis. However, even though you’re taking Viagra to improve blood flow to the penis, you should continue taking every step you can to live a healthier lifestyle. Such proactive measures could in time reduce your need for outside erectile help and most certainly will improve your overall cardiovascular health, reducing your risk of heart attack and stroke.
Q: While traveling in Italy, my girlfriend and I stopped in at a gelato shop. I saw one flavor of the gelato identified as Viagra gelato. Does it contain the same active ingredient as Viagra?
A: It would be nice to get the erection-friendly effects of Viagra for the cost of an ice cream cone, but sadly the gelato you saw in Italy contains none of the little blue pill’s active ingredient. However, it does match the iconic deep-blue hue of the Viagra tablet. An article posted at Delish.com says that some of the Viagra gelato sold in shops throughout Italy actually does contain herbal ingredients that reputedly have effects similar to Viagra, but none actually contain sildenafil citrate. Those who have actually tried Viagra gelato from different shops across Italy say that the deep-blue gelato taste varies from one shop to another. In some places, it tastes like bubble gum or black licorice, while in others its taste is likened to that of cotton candy (does cotton candy even have a taste?).
Back in 2014, award-winning U.K. food inventor Charlie Harry Francis actually created a batch of Viagra-infused ice cream for a wealthy client. Each scoop of the ice cream reportedly contained 25 milligrams of sildenafil citrate, and Francis dubbed his Viagra ice cream “Arousal.”
Q: How long does it take for Viagra to take effect?
A: The little blue pill usually takes effect 30 to 60 minutes after you pop it. For the vast majority of users, the average time before the onset of effects is 30 minutes, although some may find they have to wait a bit longer for Viagra’s effects to kick in. For some men, Viagra’s effects last for up to five hours, but the average duration of effect is more like three to four hours. The recommended starting dose for Viagra is a 50-milligram tablet, which works for the vast majority of men. However, if the 50-milligram tablet doesn’t get the job done, you can increase your dose to 100 milligrams. In the unlikely event that the 50-milligram tablet is more than you need, you can lower your dose to 25 milligrams to see if that works for you.
Q: I know that Pfizer is a major international pharmaceutical manufacturer and has offices and factories around the world. But I was surprised recently when I heard that the company produces most of the world’s Viagra in a factory in Ireland. Is that true?
A: Although it’s headquartered in New York City, Pfizer Inc. is truly a global corporation with offices and manufacturing facilities scattered around the world. For several years now, Pfizer’s plant at Ringaskiddy in Ireland’s County Cork has turned out the bulk of Viagra’s active ingredient, sildenafil citrate. While Pfizer has lost its patent on the little blue pill in most major markets worldwide, its American patent will not expire until April 2020. However, under special agreements that Pfizer negotiated with Teva Pharmaceutical and Mylan, those generic drugmakers have won the right to begin marketing generic formulations of the medication in December 2017. Because Pfizer’s U.S. patent runs until 2020, both Teva and Mylan will be required to pay licensing fees to Pfizer until the latter’s patent expires. With six locations and more than 3,000 employees across Ireland, Pfizer is a major employer in Ireland, where it has a capital investment of roughly $7 billion.
Q: I’ve been fortunate thus far in life to enjoy healthy erectile function, but I have been treated in the past with a drug called Revatio for difficulty in breathing diagnosed as pulmonary arterial hypertension. When I went to refill a prescription recently, I noticed that the generic substitute was labeled sildenafil citrate, which is the same active ingredient as that in Viagra. What gives?
A: In the two decades since Pfizer first introduced Viagra, the little blue pill’s active ingredient sildenafil citrate has been found to have a number of other medicinal properties. One of the first of those to be discovered is its ability to improve respiratory function in patients suffering from pulmonary arterial hypertension, or PAH. This is a condition in which high blood pressure is localized to the arteries that supply the lungs and heart, making it difficult for patients to breathe normally. In 2005, the FDA approved Pfizer’s new drug application to market sildenafil citrate in 20-milligram tablets under the brand name Revatio. The sildenafil temporarily dilates the arteries supplying the lungs and heart, allowing near-normal blood flow and easing respiratory difficulties. Although Revatio was introduced seven years after Viagra, Pfizer’s patent on the brand name drug has already expired, opening the market to generic competition.
Q: Is it possible to overdose on Viagra? And, if so, what would the symptoms of an overdose be?
A: The maximum recommended daily dose of Viagra is 100 milligrams, which some men need to get the desired results from the drug. Taking more than that would constitute an overdose and would increase the likelihood and severity of the drug’s known side effects. The most common side effects of Viagra are back pain, diarrhea, dizziness, flushing, headache, muscle aches, runny or stuffy nose, and upset stomach. Because sildenafil citrate works by temporarily lowering blood pressure to dilate the arteries that supply the penis, thus increasing blood flow to the organ and facilitating erection, too much of the drug could cause a precipitous drop in blood pressure. This, in turn, could lead to extreme lightheadedness and even loss of consciousness.
In addition to amplifying the drug’s regular side effects, taking too much Viagra could also cause shortness of breath, chest pain, and/or an irregular heartbeat. A Viagra overdose could also increase your risk of experiencing one of sildenafil citrate’s more serious side effects, which include a sudden decrease or loss of hearing or vision and an erection that lasts for four hours or more. Although the latter might seem at first glance a potential benefit, priapism is no laughing matter. An erection that lasts more than four hours can cause permanent damage to erectile tissue, making it even more difficult or impossible to get an erection in the future.
Q: I read somewhere that Viagra reduced the risk of heart attack. Is that accurate and could it help me too?
A: While earlier studies had already established Viagra’s benefits for those with damaged hearts, a more recent study found that men with type 2 diabetes could reduce their chances of heart attack significantly by taking Viagra. The study, conducted by researchers at England’s University of Manchester, also found that type 2 diabetics taking Viagra were more likely to survive a heart attack than those not on the drug. The research team reviewed the electronic health records of nearly 6,000 male type 2 diabetics between the ages of 40 and 89.
As a treatment for ED, Viagra works by temporarily disabling an enzyme known as phosphodiesterase-5 that can interfere with optimal blood flow. It turns out that sildenafil citrate, the active ingredient in Viagra, also optimizes blood flow to the heart, thus reducing the risk of heart attack and increasing the survival odds for those who do have heart attacks. Findings from the study, funded by the British Heart Foundation and the United Kingdom’s National Institute of Health Research, were published in a 2016 issue of the BMJ journal “Heart.”
Q: Is Viagra available in any other form than oral tablets? I seem to remember reading about plans to produce it in spray form and also as a transdermal patch. Are those reports accurate?
A: Over the years, reports have circulated that Pfizer scientists and others were considering offering alternative delivery methods for the ED drug. Such alternatives have included transdermal patches and nasal sprays. So far, these reports remain unconfirmed, and no such products have appeared on the market, nor have there been credible announcements that they were actually in the pipeline. A number of medications are delivered via transdermal patch, but how well this would suit Viagra is unclear.
Q: I’ve been using Viagra for the last 18 months or so, and it has been working well for me. However, I’m wondering if there are foods or beverages that I can include in my diet to help the drug perform even more effectively. If so, what are these wonder foods?
A: Although it’s doubtful that any food or beverage could perform as well as Viagra, there are certain nutrients that are known to improve erectile function. Adding these to your diet would help to ensure that your erectile function stayed strong and hopefully improved. In an article posted at EverydayHealth.com, Chris Iliades, M.D., lists a number of these nutrients and the foods and beverages in which they’re found. Foods high in nitrates help the body to create nitric oxide, which plays a key role in erectile function. Nitrate-rich foods include arugula, beets, celery, iceberg lettuce, and spinach.
For those with a sweet tooth, dark chocolate is a rich source of flavonoids that support robust vascular health. Pistachios are rich in arginine, an amino acid that seems to relax blood vessels, thus improving blood flow. Oysters and certain other shellfish are loaded with zinc, a mineral that helps to promote the body’s production of testosterone, while watermelon contains high levels of citrulline, an amino acid that converts into arginine in the body. Tomatoes and pink grapefruit are rich sources of lycopene, a phytonutrient that’s also a powerful antioxidant.
Q: I’m in college and have no problem at all getting an erection, but a number of my friends told me about using Viagra recreationally. What’s the point really and what are the dangers of such use, if any?
A: Make no mistake, Viagra and the other oral ED drugs were developed to help men who were suffering from varying degrees of erectile dysfunction. They were never intended for recreational use, and this type of misuse can lead to erectile problems down the road. Recreational users of Viagra expose themselves unnecessarily to the drug’s side effects, some of which can be very serious. Men unwise enough to use Viagra recreationally might also tend to experiment with poppers, which are nitrate-based recreational drugs. Taking the two together can trigger a potentially life-threatening drop in blood pressure. Becoming too dependent on the erectile support offered by Viagra can eventually erode a man’s self-confidence and his ability to achieve an erection on his own.
Men who might use Viagra recreationally also might be the type to buy Viagra online from unsavory vendors who are more likely to supply counterfeit drugs than the real thing. And the downside of counterfeits goes way beyond spending money for a worthless drug because many of these fake drugs contain toxic ingredients used as fillers and coloring agents. Seizures of so-called herbal Viagra have sometimes found that the product contained varying amounts of sildenafil citrate, the drug’s actual active ingredient. However, in some cases, the amount of sildenafil was too little to be effective, while in others it was so high that it could pose a health risk.
Q: A year or two ago, I read an article about a study that found that Viagra could help to prevent or at least delay the onset of type 2 diabetes. Is that true?
A: A small-scale study at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine found promising evidence that sildenafil citrate, Viagra’s active ingredient, can improve insulin sensitivity in both men and women who have been diagnosed as prediabetics. A research team, led by Nancy J. Brown, M.D., a professor of medicine and pharmacology, recruited 42 prediabetic volunteers for the study. Half of the study participants were given 25 milligrams of sildenafil citrate three times daily, while the other half got a placebo. At the conclusion of the three-month study period, those who were given sildenafil showed a 20 percent improvement in insulin sensitivity, compared with those who got a placebo. Although further study remains to be done, this study indicates that Viagra could delay the onset of type 2 diabetes or even prevent it altogether.
Q: I’m a mountain biker in Colorado, and I compete in mountain bike races at elevations ranging from 6,000 to 10,000 feet or more. I read somewhere that Viagra can improve athletic performance at higher altitudes. Would it be of any help to me?
A: Studies designed to determine Viagra’s effects on athletic performance at sea level showed that cyclists taking the drug performed no better than those who did not take the drug. That same study also measured the effects of the drug on athletic performance at a simulated elevation of 12,700 feet, which is well above the maximum elevation at which you’re cycling. It found that some performed much better up to 45 percent better at that altitude than others, but not all cyclists responded to the drug in the same positive way. Ten cyclists who took sildenafil citrate at that altitude “collectively lowered the time it took to cover six kilometers by 15 percent compared to placebo trials at altitude,” according to an article posted at ScienceDaily.com.
Overall, the cyclists who took sildenafil also improved stroke volume and stroke output, when compared with those cyclists who were given a placebo. However, the researchers found that the individual improvement for those given sildenafil varied from little or none among some participants to major gains by others. This led them to conclude that sildenafil’s benefits for athletic performance at high elevations varies from one cyclist to another depending upon how well each response to the drug’s effects. Whether Viagra would improve your cycling performance at elevations lower than 12,700 feet is uncertain, but it probably wouldn’t hurt to give it a try.
Q: For the last year or so, I’ve been having increasing problems getting and keeping an erection. I went to the doctor to see about getting a prescription for Viagra, but he insisted that I first take something he called a nocturnal penile tumescence test or stamp test. It was actually a series of tests, which showed that I was still getting erections while sleeping and upon waking in the morning. The doctor said this proved that my erection problems were not physiological in origin. Is that true and wouldn’t Viagra help anyway?
A: While Viagra might give you a temporary psychological boost that would allow you to get and keep an erection, it would stem largely from a phenomenon known as the placebo effect. You think it will help, and so it does, but only for a while. Your doctor has determined that there is no physiological issue, so that indicates that your erection problems are almost certainly of psychological origin. Such difficulties can arise from anxiety, including performance anxiety stress depression and relationship problems. Medication can sometimes clear up such issues, but those drugs can also interfere with normal erectile function. The key to overcoming ED of a psychological nature is to identify the underlying causes and then address them. This can usually be achieved through psychological counseling.
Q: Is it true that erectile dysfunction can be an early warning of more serious cardiovascular health issues? What can I do to avoid such problems, and can I take Viagra in the meantime to help me function sexually?
A: Although erectile dysfunction is certainly no laughing matter, it is far less serious a health problem than a heart attack or stroke. And because the arteries that supply the penis are considerably smaller than those that supply oxygen-rich blood to the heart and brain, ED of vascular origin is viewed as an early warning of more serious health problems elsewhere in your body. If you take the hint and modify your lifestyle to improve your overall cardiovascular health, you may well be able to reverse the early symptoms of ED. And in doing so, you will also make it less likely that you will experience other cardiovascular health crises in the future.
Eating a heart-healthy diet and maintaining a regular regimen of physical activity can go a long way toward maintaining overall cardiovascular health. Other steps that you can take include quitting smoking, moderating alcohol consumption, and shedding excess pounds. If erectile difficulties persist even though you’ve modified your lifestyle, Viagra could give you the erection boost you need.
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Cialis is an FDA-approved medication used to treat erectile dysfunction problems in men. It’s the only medication proven to treat ED issues for as long as 36 hours. Eli Lilly & Co. manufactures Cialis in the United States of America.
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Cialis interferes with the production of a hormone called PDE5. It relaxes the blood vessels surrounding the penis to allow increased blood flow during sexual arousal. When using Cialis, men can easily get and maintain a hard erection after being sexually stimulated. You will only get an erection after becoming sexually aroused and the erection will go away on its own.
Cialis is the only medication approved to treat erection problems for as long as 36 hours. Many men prefer Cialis because they can take the medication and not feel rushed to have sex. The medication can start working in as little as 30 minutes, so it’s also possible to have spontaneous sexual encounters. Cialis can treat mild, moderate, and severe erection problems. It can be taken with or without food, so it is easy to use Cialis as a part of daily life.
Cialis works best when taken one half hour before sexual activity. You will not get an erection until you are sexually stimulated. The erection will go away by itself after a sexual encounter. The effects of the medication can last up to 36 hours, so you can enjoy the effects of the medication for more than one day.
The side effects of Cialis are usually minor. Typical side effects can include headache, stomach upset, back pain, muscle soreness, skin flushing, and runny nose. The side effects should go away after a few hours. In some cases, back pain or muscle soreness can appear 12 to 24 hours after taking a dose of Cialis. In most cases, it will go away within 48 hours. If you are bothered by the side effects if Cialis, or if a side effect lasts longer than 36 hours, make an appointment with your doctor.
Your doctor will want to take your complete medical history before prescribing Cialis. Tell your doctor is you have cardiovascular issues, chest pain, heart disease, arrhythmia, heart attack, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, liver damage, kidney damage, ulcers, bleeding problems, cancer, sickle cell anemia, or if your penis is anatomically deformed. If you have an that won’t go away, seek medical attention.
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Levitra (vardenafil) was approved for usage in the U.S. on the 19th of August, 2003. Before its introduction to the market the only ED (Erectile Dysfunction) treatment option was Viagra(sildenafil). Levitra can work in as little as 12 minutes and stay in a persons system for up to 24 hours. Bayer and GaxoSmithKline, the manufacturers, Bayer and GlaxoSmithKline, believe this will lead to more spontaneous and thus more enjoyable sexual encounters for people requiring erectile dysfunction treatment.
Levitra works as a PDE5 inhibitor, rapidly entering the bloodstream and relaxing the main arteries which feed blood to the penis. The PDE5 enzyme in the penis is what controls how much blood is pumped into the main shaft. When this enzyme is disabled, the blood can flow freely, and upon sexual arousal or stimulation, an erection is easily achieved and maintained for a prolonged period of time.
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While all three of these leading ED drugs are PDE5 inhibitors, there are some minor differences between Viagra, Cialis, Levitra. Viagra was the first ED drug and is considered to be the strongest however it only lasts about 4-5 hours in the system. Cialis is the newest of the ED drugs and touts a hefty 24-36 hour presence in the system, while Levitra falls in between Cialis and Viagra, while kicking in fast and lasting roughly 4-8 hours or more. Also, Levitra has been shown to work for many ED patients when these other two ED drugs have not.
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With this innovation, users will no longer need a glass of water to swallow the medication, and the active ingredients are processed by the body much more quickly. The new formulation will work within a few minutes, as opposed to a potential half hour with the current pill. This is expected to be a very popular change, since men can be much more discreet about the fact that they are using the medication.
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For those men who feel speed of the active ingredient working is paramount, Staxyn will meet and exceed your expectations. Staxyn is the first specially formulated ED medication that is designed to dissolve rather than be swallowed. Staxyn may be taken as needed and become effective as quick as 20 minutes for some men. The FDA approved this medication after several studies which proved exceptional results over a placebo. Users report fewer side effects than Viagra or Cialis. Also like Levitra, this Staxyn may be less effected by what you eat.
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All FDA-approved ED medications to date have been fairly similar in regards to how they work. They are all considered PDE5 Inhibitors, which allow you to have better developed and maintained erections. However, each product has its own individual differences in terms of results. Viagra is known to be the strongest or most "potent" of these medications, though cannot be taken daily. Levitra is known for being the fastest acting of the three. Staxyn is one of the safest and newest ED medications on the market. It has fewer side effects and is comparable to Levitra.
Staxyn is the first erectile dysfunction disintegrating pill made to be taken without liquid. Due to the licensing arrangement with Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, Staxyn will be exclusively marketed in the U.S. by GSK and Merck. GSK and Merck have made this prescription widely available in the beginning of 2011.
Stendra is an FDA-approved medication that treats erectile dysfunction in men. Introduced in 2012, this fast-acting pill is the newest treatment for erectile dysfunction. Stendra can start working in as few as 15 minutes and lasts for up to 6 hours. In clinical trials, Stendra has been shown to work well for most men, no matter how long the patient has had difficulties with erectile dysfunction.
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Stendra is a phosphodiesterase type-5 (PDE5) inhibitor that increases blood flow to the penis, making it easier for men to get and maintain an erection during sexual activity. When taking Stendra, you will only get an erection if you are sexually stimulated. After a sexual encounter, your erection will simply go away. No matter how long you have been having issues with erectile dysfunction, Stendra can start working in as few as 15 minutes.
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While using Stendra, take your medications exactly as prescribed. Your doctor can tell you the proper dosage and when to take Stendra. If necessary, your doctor can increase or decrease the dosage. You should always take the lowest dose of Stendra that works for you.
Ready to purchase Stendra online at AccessRX? You can choose the dosage and quantity before adding the medication to your cart. After reviewing your consultation form, the prescribing doctor might recommend a different dosage. If so, you will receive an email notification.
Before we fill your prescription, you will be asked to answer questions about your medical history, including a list of your current prescription and nonprescription medications. A licensed U.S. physician will review your answers to make sure it’s safe for you to take Stendra. When you are approved, we will notify you via email. Afterwards, a U.S. licensed pharmacist will fill your prescription. You will only be charged for your order after approval. Our packaging is always discrete, and your medication will be delivered directly to your door.
NOTE: If you are refilling your Stendra prescription, click the “Reorder” button to receive an instant discount.
Shipping options include next day, 2-day, and 3-day shipping service.
Status: IN STOCK at all pharmacies.
For your convenience, orders placed before 4PM Eastern Standard Time are usually shipped the same day.
To learn more about Stendra, click the following link: http://www.stendra.com.
Afterwards, you can return to our site, where you can order authentic Stendra from AccessRX with confidence.
How will the package look like?
Your medications will arrive safely in a standard FedEx or U.S. Postal Service Priority Mail envelope. The packaging is discreet, with no exterior invoice or packing slip, to ensure that the contents are kept confidential. We provide the high level of privacy you should expect from an experienced online facilitator.
How is the medication packaged?
Your medication will be contained inside a blister pack. The prescription label clearly indicates all of the vital information regarding your order.
The manufacturer of your authentic, brand-name product, along with a lot number, appears on the blister pack labeling. You will receive only FDA-approved medications, not the counterfeit versions provided by many unethical mail order pharmacies.
Due to the design of our packaging, you can quickly account for the correct quantity of medication that you ordered.