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A 23-year-old male asked:

thought bt using viagra (sildenafil) to spice things up abit and last longer and all that..its my gf bday.im 23.is it safe ? what dosage should i take?

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Dr. John Tillett
Urology 22 years experience
See below: I would advise against this idea. There is no data about the effects of drugs like viagra (sildenafil) on men that do not have ed. It probably won't make much difference, and you will just be subjecting yourself to side effects.

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A 24-year-old member asked:

What are the side effects of viagra (sildenafil)?

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Dr. Maritza Baez
Family Medicine 17 years experience
Many: Common side effects of viagra (sildenafil) include headache, flushing, heartburn, nasal congestion uterine contractions (period cramps), abnormal vision, diarrhea, dizziness, rash, high or low sugar levels, high uric acid levels, high sodium blood level, abnormal liver function tests , and photosensitivity. Serious reactions can include heart attack, stroke, sudden death, prolonged painful erection.
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A 43-year-old member asked:

What is a good/cheaper replacement to viagra (sildenafil)?

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Dr. Kristen Dall-Winther
Family Medicine 17 years experience
GoodRx: Check out www.goodrx.com - depending on your zip code and what pharmacies you have around you, you may be able to find viagra fairly cheap with the coupons/discounts offered there. For example, near me, one can get 10 tablets of 50mg viagra for $15.40, as opposed to the usual retail price of $346-$644 for the same dosage/amount. This wasn't exactly your question, but I thought it might help.
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A 41-year-old member asked:

Which is better, viagra (sildenafil) or sialis?

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Dr. Chris Oh
Dr. Chris Ohanswered
Internal Medicine 21 years experience
Either: They both do the same thing - help erectile dysfunction. Viagra (sildenafil) tends to be short acting while Cialis is long acting. There is also once daily formulation of cialis.
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A 51-year-old member asked:

How soon does viagra (sildenafil) begin to work?

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Dr. George Klauber
Specializes in Pediatric Urology
About 20 minutes.: Viagra (sildenafil) does not begin to work immediately, it has to be absorbed from your stomach, enter the blood stream and reach the penile blood vessels. This usually takes 20 - 30 minutes.
A 42-year-old member asked:

I seem to be having trouble keeping my soldier at salute, so onto viagra (sildenafil)?

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Dr. Joel Lilly
Urology 37 years experience
Good start: Viagra (sildenafil) is one of several fda-approved drugs to treat erectile dysfunction (ed). The first step is to discuss your ed with your doctor, as it may be a clue to other health issues. A drug like the "little blue pill" might be a good first treatment, as long as you're healthy enough for sex and don't take nitroglycerine. Ten-hut, soldier!
Dr. Joel Lilly
Dr. Joel Lilly commented
Urology 37 years experience
Provided original answer
Good reminder, soldier. Safe sex is a good battle plan.
Mar 29, 2012

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