FAQ

1. What is Viagra?
Viagra is the best drug used in the area of erectile dysfunction medication. The main active component is Sildenafil. It stimulates blood circulation to the penis and as a result, erections appear for you. This famous “blue pill” stimulates erection in patients suffering from erectile dysfunction.

2. How long does it work?
Viagra acts for 4-6 hours. However, this time fully depends on the individual characteristics of each person. Scientific investigations of the drug have shown that the highest concentration of sildenafil in your plasma is reached two hours after the swallowing the drug. In fact, Viagra doesn’t work longer than 4-6 hours. If you feel the effect during a longer time period, you should consult a doctor.

3. How to take this medicine?
According to the instructions, a patient should take Viagra 30-50 minutes before sexual intercourse. Only one pill per day is allowed. You should take this famous blue pill on an empty stomach. Additionally, you should avoid very fatty food. Otherwise, you will be made to wait longer for the effect to kick in.

4. Can I take Viagra and drink alcohol?
No, it is strictly prohibited. It is not allowed to combine this famous blue pill with alcoholic beverages. First, the effect will be not so strong. Furthermore, you may experience some undesirable side effects. If you prefer Viagra or your doctor prescribes this pill to you, you should strictly follow your doctor’s recommendations and avoid alcoholic beverages.

5. How to choose the dose?
The only person who can answer this question is your doctor. Your healthcare provider will examine you, perform some tests, and prescribe the right medication. The average dose is 50 mg. If you see that this dosage is not effective for you, you may ask your doctor to increase it to 100 mg.

6. Does this pill suit all patients?
Unfortunately, no, it doesn’t. You should discuss this issue with a doctor. If you suffer from kidney or liver diseases, Viagra is not allowed. If you have problems with your heart and take nitrates, Viagra is strictly prohibited. You should take this issue into serious consideration, especially if you are the type of person who prefers self-medication.

7. Is this pill safe?
Yes, this drug is absolutely safe. It was tested by millions of men who can prove that Viagra really acts and has helped many men get back their normal sex life.

8. Can I combine Viagra with other ED pills?
No, you cannot. If a doctor recommends that you take Viagra, you should follow his advice. Don’t take Viagra with other ED pills on the same day. This is dangerous for your health.

9. Who cannot take Viagra?
In the majority of instances, Viagra can be taken by most men. But men under 18 who are taking nitrates cannot take Viagra. In this case, it is best to consult a doctor in order to find out how to cure erectile dysfunction in your situation.

10. Is there the possibility to get a spontaneous erection while taking Viagra?
No, the main thing about this pill that each patient should remember is that it doesn’t work on its own. If the patient is sexually aroused, Viagra will act. If you have no stimulation, the erection will not appear. So, your partner should arouse you.