Generic Viagra (Sildenafil Citrate)

Viagra

Erectile dysfunction or simply male impotence can be treated with Generic Viagra. As this medicine has got the US FDA approval, arterial hypertension is also treated with it.

Is there any recommendation before taking this medicine?

Having noticed any of the conditions listed below please contact your physician:

  • liver condition
  • renal disease
  • eye disorders, including such disease as retinitis pigmentosa, an inherited, degenerative eye problem
  • cardiac disease, angina, a heart attack history, blood pressure problems, or any other heart condition
  • stroke
  • allergy or some unusual reaction to sildenafil, other drugs, foods, dyes, or preserving agents

How should I take Generic Viagra?

Take a pill of Generic Viagra by mouth and swallow it with a glass of water. Take the drug 1 hour before sex activity and do not increase a daily dose. You cannot take more pills than prescribed. Overtreatment: Immediately call a poison control center or seek medical emergency service in case you consider the taken dose to be excessive. NOTE: Only you can take this drug. You should not give the medicine to any other person.

What may interact with Generic Viagra?

The following products can interact with the medicine:

  • some drugs for high blood pressure
  • some drugs used in the HIV or AIDS therapy
  • certain medicines for fungal or yeast infections, such as fluconazole, itraconazole, ketoconazole, and voriconazole
  • cimetidine
  • rifampicin
  • erythromycin

There can be other products not mentioned in the list. You should give your medical providers a list containing all the drugs, herbs, non-prescription medicines, or any nutritional supplements you take. It is necessary as well to inform them on your smoking, alcohol or drug habits if they take place. This drug can interact with certain products.

Is there anything I should be prepared for while using this medicine?

Having experienced painful and prolonged erection or some vision problems contact your physician or seek medical emergency service right away. This problem must be treated without delay in order to escape harmful consequences and damages. Do not continue sex activity and call your doctor straight away if you feel nausea, dizzy, pain in your chest or arm after using this drug. You cannot be protected against any venereal disease and HIV infection (causes AIDS) by taking this medicine.

What adverse effects may cause this medicine?

In case you notice any adverse effect mentioned below contact your physician without delay:

  • allergic response such as skin rash, itchiness or spots, swelling of the face, lips, or tongue
  • trouble breathing
  • hearing disorder
  • vision disorders, including trouble telling blue from green color
  • pleural pain
  • rapid heartbeat
  • seizures

Certain side effects may not require medical attention but if they continue contact your doctor:

  • diarrhea
  • suffusion
  • headache
  • gastric indigestion
  • runny nose

Some possible side effects may not be mentioned in the list. Advise with your doctor on them.

How to store this medicine?

Keep the medicine in the room where children cannot reach them. Store at room temperature between 15 and 30 degrees C (59 and 86 degrees F). Unused, expired medications should be removed.