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Sildenafil Citrate 100mg
Sometimes I am failing an erection even on 100mg sildenafil citrate(viagra), can I increase the dose to 150mg or it will not be safe?Please advice
Viagra: Safety and efficacy of doses above 100mg have not been established. In my experience, taking the drug on an empty stomach (then waiting 30 min before eating) improves efficacy. If trying this dose on several occasions doses not produce erection with erotic stimulation, you likely need to consider other treatment options with a urologist. ...Read more
Viagara: There is a lot of variability in generic drugs. The range can vary from 80-120%. Most generic makers give you close to 80% in order to keep cost down and they also put additives. So if you take a 10mg branded the generic may give you 8mg -12mg. There is also significant differences between one generic and the other. ...Read more
Here is...: Sildenafil (viagra) is effective for ed with high safety profile; but no drug is 100% free of side effect. Its effectiveness is dictated by the degree of erectile functional loss from the accumulating effects of vessel/nerve-related changes by aging ; diseases, drugs, etc. Drug is able to boost up the function to cover the functional loss to a degree, but undesirable aging effect continue to pile. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Largely, sildenafil is safe and effective especially at the early stage of ED. But, for a man of 34 without ED-causing conditions such as DM, drugs, spinal cord injury, etc., I would advise to work on practicing low-risk healthy lifestyle without overindulgence / obsession - sex included and not engage in sex more than 2 times weekly first before taking sildenafil. If still in doubt, see Doc. ...Read more
Is it safe for the heart and for the arteries to take 100mg sildenafil for a man aging 37years old knowing that he is failing an erection without pill?
If I have erectile dysfunction, is it ok if i take 100mg sildenafil before intercourse knowing that I do sexual act once daily&i succeed at 100mg pde-5?
Should be OK: Provided it does not interfere with your blood pressure/heart medications. Both calcium channel blockers ; benecar are blood vessel dilators, so if anything would also help to achieve erection rather than be responsible for ed. Thi should be discussed with your nephrologist/blood pressure dr. There are certainly meds that can be responsible for ed, but yours fortunately are not. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not a D.I.Y. project: Making prescription medications is not a do-it-yourself project. However, there are many other aspects of "sex life" that are indeed d.I.Y. Activities, such as going on walks, watching movies together, taking vacations together, planting a garden together, just talking, etc., etc.... ...Read more
Viagra: Viagra is the only brand of sildenafil which is not yet available as a generic. Sildenafil is a pde-5 inhibitor. All pde-5 inhibitors are only available in the states as brands, not generics. Compare cialis, levitra, staxyn & stendra to viagra. What's best for you may not be best for someone else but as a class, they all have the same benefit & side effect profile. And none can be taken w/nitrates. ...Read more
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