Posted by webslut on April 06, 2004 at 18:40:02:
In Reply to: VIAGRA posted by Daisyif yado on December 14, 2003 at 09:24:27:
Fact is, when taken correctly VIAGRA works for most men. Studies show that it works for up to 4 out of 5 men (versus 1 out of 4 on sugar pill). VIAGRA improves erections in most men no matter how long they have had ED, what caused it, how often they have it, or how old they are. And VIAGRA has been proven to work in clinical studies of thousands of men.
VIAGRA is a prescription drug that works by increasing blood flow to the penis. It is not a hormone or an aphrodisiac. Once you take it, VIAGRA can work in as quickly as 30 minutes. VIAGRA works for 4 hours so you can set your own pace. And, in most patients, VIAGRA can be taken as often as once a day.
Browse the menu at left to learn more details about the prescription drug VIAGRA. Then see your doctor and ask about a first-time free sample of VIAGRA. The health information contained herein is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace discussions with a healthcare provider. All decisions regarding patient care must be made with a healthcare provider, considering the unique characteristics of the patient.
VIAGRA is a medicine used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED).
Remember that no medicine is for everyone. Only your doctor can prescribe VIAGRA for you. If you use nitrate drugs, often used to control chest pain (also known as angina), donít take VIAGRA. This combination could cause your blood pressure to drop to an unsafe or life-threatening level. Be sure to ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity.
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.
The most common side effects of Generic VIAGRA are headache, facial flushing, and upset stomach. Less commonly bluish vision, blurred vision, or sensitivity to light may briefly occur.
Remember to protect yourself and your partner from sexually transmitted disease.
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