Viagra - The Performance
Many men around the world are suffering from self consciousness and pity when it comes to the size or performance of their sex life. For them, being a man can be measured through the pleasure he can give to his partner during intercourse. But if these factors have been a big deal to them, what more if they would be suffering from impotence or erectile dysfunction?
Do not take VIAGRA if you take nitrates, often prescribed for chest pain, as this may cause a sudden, unsafe drop in blood pressure. Discuss your general health status with your doctor to ensure that you are healthy enough to engage in sexual activity. If you experience chest pain, nausea, or any other discomforts during sex, seek immediate medical help.
If you are older than age 65, or have serious liver or kidney problems, your doctor may start you at the lowest dose (25 mg) of VIAGRA. If you are taking protease inhibitors, such as for the treatment of HIV, your doctor may recommend a 25 mg dose and may limit you to a maximum single dose of 25 mg of VIAGRA in a 48-hour period.
What to Ask Your Doctor
- What could be causing my ED symptoms?
- Could my ED symptoms be related to my age?
- How is ED diagnosed?
- Should I talk to a specialist, like a urologist?
Diagnosing Erectile Dysfunction:
Erectile Dysfunction & My Health:
- Could my ED be caused by another medical condition?
- Can I treat my ED by treating the condition that caused it?
Erectile Dysfunction & My Lifestyle
- Could smoking and/or alcohol be causing my ED?
- Could lifestyle changes, like diet and exercise, help my ED?
Questions About VIAGRA
- What types of ED treatments are available?
- Could an oral medication like VIAGRA help?
- What are the side effects of VIAGRA?
- Could VIAGRA interact with other medicines?