Erectile dysfunction and treatment
VIAGRA IS USED FOR?
Viagra is used for men with erectile dysfunction.
WHO CANNOT USED?
Viagra is not for men who are not medically fit enough to have sex. This includes men with severe heart or blood vessel problems. Men who become very breathless or experience chest pain when doing light exercise, such as climbing two flights of stairs, should not take these pills.
VIAGRA SIDE EFFECTS:
Affect more than one in 10 people – headache.
Stop taking the pills and seek immediate medical attention if you have a serious side-effect such as:
i. chest pain
ii. sudden decrease or loss of vision
iii. an allergic reaction (eg difficulty breathing, wheeze and swelling of the lips, eyelids or face)
iv. a seizure or fit
Other common side effects:
§ colour tinge to vision or blurred vision - some people start seeing a blue hue
§ hot flushes
§ blocked nose
Who cannot use Viagra?
People on nitrate pills for angina should not take Viagra
Erectile dysfunction can sometimes be a sign of other underlying conditions, including heart disease, high cholesterol and diabetes.
Go get a medical assessment as soon as possible. Call 0192220623 for an appointment with us.