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Viagra is a prescription medicine, typically used to treat erectile dysfunction, better known as ED. Annually, Vaigra generates nearly $2 billion in worldwide sales, making it the fastest-selling drug to date.

Viagra is 80% effective in men, and works by increasing the blood flow into the penis during sexual intercourse or stimulation – therefore achieving an erection. It is taken by mouth (with or without food), though it should be noted that it will not work as quickly, if taken with a meal that is high in fat. Viagra should be taken approximately an hour before planned sex – though it can be taken up to 4 hours before sexual activity. It should not be taken more than one time per day, or as prescribed by the patient’s doctor. All questions should be aimed toward the individual patient’s healthcare provider, as this medicine effects different patients in various ways.

Viagra is not intended to increase a man’s libido. It is widely accepted that men of a certain age may simply lose libido (or sex drive), simply due to growing older – though if a patient believes this is due to other reasons, he should approach his doctor immediately; Viagra cannot produce desire – just erect a man’s penis once he feels it.

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As with all medications, before taking Viagra, it’s important for a patient to note any current medical conditions, in order to inform the doctor or pharmacist. Some important conditions include: taking any prescription or nonprescription medications or dietary supplements, allergies to foods or medicines, deformed penis, blood cell issues, history or prolonged or painful erections, eye problems, liver problems, kidney problems, lung problems, heart problems, history of heart attack or stroke.

It is important to note the side effects of Viagra. It can cause: dizziness, lightheadedness, and fainting, so a patient should refrain from taking in physical activities until they know how their body will react. Viagra can rarely cause a prolonged or painful erection – even when not engaging in intercourse – that can lead to impotence if not treated right away. Viagra does not act as a barrier from sexually transmitted diseases or HIV. It is also not a form of birth control. It may uncommonly cause temporary vision issues, or (even more rarely) nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NAION) which can lead to permanent loss of vision.

Viagra should not be taken without the proper prescription from a doctor, nor should it be taken other than directed. While there are benefits, only an educated healthcare provider can properly advise a patient on medications.