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Can my partner take Viagra (sildenafil) but he has epilepsy and I am a woman can I take it I have under active thoiroid condition?

Not FDA approved . Viagra (sildenafil) is not FDA approved for use in women. However, I have heard of some women taking it. I recommend you discuss this with your doctor. Your male partner needs to discuss it's use with his doctor. Read more...

I am having problems keeping an erection when having sex will viagra (sildenafil) help me. I take carbamazipine for epilepsy is it safe to take both.

Yes. Erectile dysfunction (ed), the inability to achieve and maintain adequate erection for penetration and sexual activity very common after age 40 when age and other ed risk factors become more common (vascular disease, htn, dm, tobacco use, obesity, meds) along with psychological factors. The ed drugs (viagra, levitra, (vardenafil) cialis) all reasonable first line rx options not interfered by carbamazipine. Read more...

Can viagra (sildenafil) have problem with people having epilepsy?

Unlikely. The most common neurologic side effects of viagra (sildenafil) are headache and dizziness. Initial studies in non-epileptic men did not report seizures. Subsequent case reports describe seizure as a rare, possibly unrelated, side effect. Many common seizure meds are processed in the liver, just like viagra (sildenafil), and this could push drug levels up or down; consult with md or pharmacy for possible interactions. Read more...
Epilepsy . There is no significant correlation between Viagra and epilepsy. . Read more...