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Is there any danger of an overdose from alcohol and viagra (sildenafil)?

Is there any danger of an overdose from alcohol and viagra (sildenafil)?

There are many.: Why overdose on alcohol and viagra (sildenafil) in the ist place? I am assuming you are male. An overdose of alcohol alone can be fatal. Are you headed to a toga party at hugh heifner's. Viagra (sildenafil) can cause priaprism, unwanted painful erections. A drunk supersexed man -- women don't find sexy. Drink in moderation. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for viagra (sildenafil) overdose?

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What is the treatment for viagra (sildenafil) overdose?

Symptomatic: Viagra (sildenafil) should be used per physician recommendations. Symptoms of overdose may include palpitations, arrhythmias, fainting, nausea, headache, priapism. Treatment is symptomatic- meaning if BP drops, give saline, if priapism lasting more than 24 hours may need to be surgically intervened. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Viagra (sildenafil) overdose?

What is the definition or description of: Viagra (sildenafil) overdose?

Overdose: Overdose, regardless of drug, is defined as taking more than prescribed/intended. In the case of Sildenafil, check out this list of potential side effects from one tablet, https://www. Drugs. Com/sfx/viagra-side-effects. Html, then multiply in overdose. For laughs, check out https://goo. Gl/QdEZyG & https://goo. Gl/y6hxxs but on more serious note, Viagra can cause chest pain, priapism & passing out. ...Read more

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I had a viagra (sildenafil) overdose I think. Too embarassed to tell anyone. Ok?

If you are over it!: What symptoms are you having? How long ago did you take it? How much? ...Read more

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Can viagra (sildenafil) actually work?

In many: But not all cases, it works well. Discuss w/your doctor to see if you are a suitable candidate. ...Read more

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Is ok to split viagra (sildenafil) pills?

Is ok to split viagra (sildenafil) pills?

Yes: If you can be treated successfully with a half pill, it's ok to split it. Maybe you don't even need it at all...........
At your age psychological causes of erectile dysfunction are the most common. ...Read more

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Is there a safe generic viagra (sildenafil)?

Nope: Not until the patents run out sometime in the next few years. Everything else is just an internet hoax. ...Read more

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What is the best generic viagra (sildenafil)?

There is NO: Generic viagra, (sildenafil) only worthless internet scams to take your money. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more

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Viagra (sildenafil) problem. What should I do?

Viagra (sildenafil) problem. What should I do?

What sort of problem: R u having? If prolonged erections, see doc/er immediately. If changes in vision, see prescribing doc. Other problems? See doc who prescribed med to discuss type of problem, how long it's been going on, area affected, etc. Be sure you're not taking any nitrates or Alpha blockers as combo can cause significant drop in blood pressure. ...Read more

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How to take viagra, (sildenafil) and how much?

Be seen: There are several doses, your doctor can accurately advise you on the proper dose for you. ...Read more

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Is viagra (sildenafil) safe for everyone to use?

Not everyone: Doesn't help females. Only helps males w/erectile dysfunction. Don't take if you have cardiac disease, etc. Don't take with certain other medication such as Alpha blockers (given for high blood pressure and/or prostate problems). Check w/your doctor. There are some side effects as well. ...Read more

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Can I take viagra (sildenafil) if I have a stint?

Viagra (sildenafil) after stent: Do you mean stent as in coronary stent or stint? Most people who undergo a coronary stent placement may be able to use viagra (sildenafil) without difficulty. However, an okay should be obtained from your doctor or cardiologist prior to using the prescribed viagra (sildenafil) to make certain there is no activity preclusion. Certain medications can interact with viagra (sildenafil) which your doctor can tell you more about. ...Read more

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What's a good alternative for viagra (sildenafil).?

Viagra (sildenafil): Are you unable to take viagra due to side effects? Others in the viagra family are Cialis & levitra (vardenafil). Intracavernous Alprostadil is another option as is Alprostadil intraurethral suppository (muse). Some rely on a vacuum erection device. Some use supplements like dhea, yohimbe, arginine, but they have many side effects. Work with pcp to determine cause of ED to correct that. ...Read more

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I have kidny problem can I used viagra (sildenafil)?

Viagra (sildenafil): What kind of problem do you have with your kidney? Most diseases and conditions of the kidney do not prevent someone from taking Viagra (sildenafil). The most important medicine is nitroglycerin. You cannot take Viagra (sildenafil) if you take nitroglycerin. I would still consult with your doctor regarding the kidney problem. Most likely you are safe to take it. ...Read more

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Something, I can take, bedside viagra (sildenafil)?

Erectile dysfunction: Hi, if you have Erectile dysfunction and the Viagra (sildenafil) is not working, your doctor can give you other medications, also a urologist can give you an injection into ur penis, also a vacuum pump can be given, assuming your problem is not hormonal. Talk to ur provider. ...Read more

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What are the concerns regarding use of viagra (sildenafil)?

Priapism/cardiovasc.: Main concerns are priapism, which is n erection lasting >4hours. Needs to be treated promptly to avoid permanent erectile dysfunction. Of concern if subject has significant arteriosclerosis putting him at risk for stroke + stroke-like symptoms of loss of vision, hearing and severe headaches. Severe allergic can also occur after repeated usage. Fortunately severe side-effects or problems are rare. ...Read more

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What is the recommended mg of viagra (sildenafil) for first time users?

Typically: Goes by weight and should be started off low at first to make sure there is no adverse reactions. ...Read more

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Why is viagra (sildenafil) so expensive, is thier any that are less expensive, are thier any generics.

There are generics: I really cannot explain the current price of any patented drugs. We are told that any new drug discovered by a company is allowed to charge for the expenses which involved in its discovery. Sometime these expenses are enormous. Many of my patients have bought " sildenefil 100 mg" (real name of Viagra).From reputable internet pharmacies and are very happy. We cannot recommend it
But you can try it. ...Read more

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Can you use bimix with viagra (sildenafil)?

With MD supervision: Both bimix (injectable) and viagra (sildenafil) (oral) are of course used to treat ed and are both vasodilators with a different mechanism of action. One would usually recommend one or the other and titrate the dose up accordingly. Using both together is an option for some pts but best done under md supervision because of increased risk of priapism (prolonged erection). ...Read more

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Can I take viagra (sildenafil) and amoxicilan?

Can I take viagra (sildenafil) and amoxicilan?

Here are some. ..: Ok to use both. But, since both may cause GI upset so it would be hard to know which one may cause nausea if taking them together. So, taking them in 6 hrs apart is a good precaution. Besides, the time to prove Viagra's best possible effect for ED is a man with empty stomach and after a good mental and physical rest with full recharge of energy & ability. Of course, don't use it with nitrate. ...Read more

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Is it safe to split a viagra (sildenafil) pill?

Yes: Many men will get a good response to even a low dose of viagra (or levitra, (vardenafil) cialis). All if them can be split. It is less expensive to buy the highest dose and split it (ie, take 1/2 of a 100 mg viagra). Levitra (vardenafil) is the least expensive. ...Read more

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Can I take viagra (sildenafil) with propranolol?

Can I take viagra (sildenafil) with propranolol?

Maybe: Sildenafil is a potent vasoactive chemical that causes dilation of blood vessels throughout the body, including the penis. When used in combination with other medications that affect blood pressure, viagra (sildenafil) can contribute to an unsafe sudden drop. The best thing to do is check with your doctor and maybe try the medication in a controlled setting (doctor's office) to make sure it's safe. ...Read more

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What are good OTC alternatives to viagra/cialis?

None that work: There are no otc pills or supplements that do what viagra, (sildenafil) etc. Can do -- otherwise they would be prescription medication. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more

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Does viagra (sildenafil) help high bloodpressure?

Does viagra (sildenafil) help high bloodpressure?

No: Viagra (sildenafil) and medications like it can lower your blood pressure but it is not indicated for this problem. It helps dilated the blood vessels in the penis but there may crossover to the systemic circulation and thereby may lower your blood pressure at times but is usually not significant enough to cause problems. ...Read more

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What are the side effects of viagra (sildenafil)?

What are the side effects of viagra (sildenafil)?

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. ...Read more

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Can viagra (sildenafil) cause ejaculation problem?

Should not: Your orgasm and ejaculation should be unchanged by viagra (sildenafil). However, there is a psychological aspect to intercourse that may he changed for you when taking viagra (sildenafil), such as pressure to perform. ...Read more

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