Uses, how it works, how long does it last, and more


Find answers to some frequently asked questions about Viagra.

Is Viagra safe to take?

Yes, Viagra is safe for most people. But be sure to speak with your doctor before starting this medication.

If you have certain medical conditions, such as heart disease, Viagra may not be a safe option for you. This could also be the case if you are taking certain other medicines.

Before taking Viagra, tell your doctor about any other conditions you have or any medications you are taking. They can recommend whether Viagra is safe for you.

Does Viagra interact with steroids, blood thinners, or antidepressants?

In most cases, it is probably safe to take Viagra with steroids, blood thinners, or antidepressants.

In fact, these drugs can sometimes cause symptoms of erectile dysfunction (ED), which Viagra is used to treat. So, in this case, taking Viagra can help relieve your erectile dysfunction symptoms.

Before starting Viagra or any other medicine, tell your doctor about any other medicine you are taking. Your doctor can tell you if there are any interactions that may be occurring.

How should I store Viagra? does it expire? And what is its shelf life?

You should store Viagra at a temperature of 77 ° F (25 ° C). If necessary, you can store this medicine between 15 ° C and 30 ° C (59 ° F and 86 ° F) for a short time.

Your pharmacist will add an expiry date to the label of your Viagra vial when it is dispensed from your pharmacy. In many cases, the drugs can be used for 1 year after being dispensed from a pharmacy. Make sure you take the medicine before its expiry date and throw it away after its expiry date.

If you have any questions about how to store medications or how long they can be stored, talk to your pharmacist.

Can I take Viagra and Adderall together?

There are no known interactions between Viagra and Adderall XR. But that doesn’t mean that no interaction exists.

Viagra works by widening your blood vessels, which lowers your blood pressure. Adderall, on the other hand, is a stimulant and can increase your blood pressure.

Both drugs can affect your heart. So even though no interactions have been reported, it is possible that taking these two drugs is affecting your heart.

Be sure to talk to your doctor about any medications you are taking before starting Viagra. They can help you determine if there are any interactions you should be aware of.

Is Revatio an alternative to Viagra?

No, Revatio is not an alternative to Viagra. Revatio and Viagra both contain the active drug sildenafil. But they are prescribed for different reasons.

Viagra is used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). This is different from Revatio, which is used to treat pulmonary arterial hypertension. (This is a condition that causes high blood pressure in your lungs.)

Although these drugs contain the same active drug, their uses and dosages are different. Additionally, Revatio comes in tablet and suspension form that you can take orally, as well as an injectable form. Viagra only comes as a pill that you take orally.

Your doctor will recommend which medicines to take. And they’ll prescribe the dose that’s best for you.

Are there any risks of taking Viagra with illegal drugs, such as cocaine?

Yes, there are probably risks involved in taking Viagra with illegal drugs, including cocaine.

In fact, taking Viagra with an illegal drug called “poppers” can be fatal. The “poppers” contain nitrates. Using nitrates with Viagra can lead to a dangerous drop in your blood pressure.

There are no studies to show whether it is safe to take Viagra with illegal drugs, such as cocaine. It is therefore not known what risks might be incurred by taking these medicines together.

But cocaine is a stimulant, so it can increase your blood pressure and heart rate. Viagra works in the opposite direction. It lowers your blood pressure and widens your blood vessels. Since the two drugs affect the heart, taking them together can cause interactions and side effects.

Because the combination of Viagra and cocaine, or other illegal drugs, has not been studied, the risks are not known for sure.

If you want to know more about it, talk to your doctor.

Does Viagra treat premature ejaculation?

Viagra is not currently approved to treat premature ejaculation. With premature ejaculation, ejaculation happens too quickly.

Viagra has been studied in men * with premature ejaculation. But studies have had mixed results as to whether the drug was effective Where not.

More information is needed to know if Viagra is safe or effective in treating premature ejaculation. If you wish, discuss with your doctor the best treatment option for this condition.

* In this article, we use the term “male” to refer to the sex assigned to a person at birth. For more information on the difference between sex and gender, check out this article.


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