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Viagra (Sildenafil)

TypeDrug NameDosage 
Viagra25 mg
Viagra50 mg
Viagra100 mg

Generic Equivalent of Viagra

TypeDrug NameDosage 
Sildenafil25 mg
Sildenafil50 mg
Sildenafil100 mg
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Is A Prescription Required to Purchase Viagra?

A Prescription is required to acquire Viagra from licensed Canadian-based pharmacies.

What Exactly Does Viagra Do?

Viagra (sildenafil citrate) is indicated for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in male adults. Erectile dysfunction is a disease where a man cannot achieve or maintain a hard, erect penis for satisfactory sexual activity. It is also used for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension. It is important to note that Viagra only works with sexual stimulation and alone cannot increase your sex drive.

How Does Viagra Work in the Body?

The medication Viagra belongs to the class of drugs called as phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors. It acts after sexual stimulation by relaxing the blood vessels and allowing more blood flow into the penis. This results in improvement of erectile function.

What Is the Generic Form of Viagra?

We primarily supply the generic form of Viagra is Sildenafil (also known as PRZ-Sildenafil) and is manufactured by Pharmris Canada. We also supply other generic versions of Sildenafil from Canada and India by different manufacturers such as Mint, Jamp Pharma, and Mylan.

How Is Viagra Supplied and Stored?

The medication Viagra is manufactured by Pfizer Canada Inc and it comes in 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg dosage forms in a blister pack of 4 tablets. We are supplying brand Viagra in quantities of 8 tablets, which will be 2 blisters pack of 4 pills. The generic form of Viagra (Sildenafil) is available in dosage forms of 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg. We are supplying generic Sildenafil in different quantities: 25 mg (16, 32, 88 tabs), 50 mg (16, 28, 88 tabs), 100 mg (16, 20, 28, 40, 60, 88 tabs). The medication should be stored at a temperature between 15°C and 30°C, in its original package. It should be kept out of sight and reach of children.

What Is the Cost of Viagra?

Our Canadian online pharmacies is pleased to offer you the Viagra 25 mg at an unbeatable price of $208 for a supply of 8 tablets which is $26 per unit. The generic sildenafil 100 mg is available at a price of $189 for a supply of 88 tablets which is $2.15 per tablet. Currently we have a promotional offer for Free Viagra Trial Package, a prescription is required for 4 pills of generic Sildenafil.

Can A Woman Take Viagra?

The drug Viagra is not intended for use by women or children under the age of 18 years.

How Much Viagra Should I Take For The First Time?

Your doctor will be able to determine the dose that will best suit you. It is important to take Viagra exactly as prescribed by your doctor. The most recommended dose is 50 mg. A dose more than 100 mg per day is not recommended.

Can You Get A Heart Attack From Viagra?

In case you take Viagra with other nitrate containing drugs or any other nitrates (such as amyl nitrate “poppers”), your blood pressure can drop all of a sudden to a life-threatening level. This can lead to dizziness, fainting and even a stroke or a heart attack.

Is Viagra Bad For Your Liver?

You need to inform your doctor if you have any liver problems before starting Viagra. If you have serious liver problems, your doctor may start you at the lowest dose of Viagra which is 25 mg.

Can Viagra Cause Blindness?

Viagra may lead to decrease or loss in eyesight with one or both eyes. If you are taking Viagra and experience temporary decrease or permanent loss of vision, stop taking Viagra and immediately consult your doctor.

Can Viagra Affect Sperm Count?

No studies have shown that Viagra affects male fertility or modifies sperm count. It just improves the ability to have and maintain an erection which helps in sexual activity.

Can I Take Viagra And Cialis At The Same Time?

Do not take Viagra with any other treatments for erectile dysfunction or PDE5 inhibitors for treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension such as tadalafil (Cialis).

Can You Take Viagra If You Have High Blood Pressure?

If you have high blood pressure that is not under control and if you take alpha blockers (for high blood pressure or prostate problems), then you should not take Viagra and other pills used to treat erectile dysfunction.

How Should You Take Viagra?

It is important to take Viagra exactly as prescribed by your doctor or pharmacist. Do not take doses higher than those recommended by your health care professional. The tablets are for oral use. Swallow them whole with water. They can be taken with or without food. However, you may find that Viagra works longer when taken with a high-fat meal. Do not take more than once dose of Viagra in a day. Viagra should be taken approximately 30 to 60 minutes before engaging in sexual activity. The effect of the tablet lasts for up to 4 hours. If Viagra does not work for first one or two times, try again on some other day. Of after a few attempts, you don’t get the expected results, consult your doctor.

Can Viagra Be Cut In Half?

ED pills such as Viagra can be easily cut in half and this can be done with a pill cutter or splitter. However, you should split only the pill that you intend to take that particular day. Splitting all the pills in the packing can lead to their deterioration due to exposure to moisture or heat.

Can You Drink Alcohol While On Viagra?

Do not drink alcohol while taking Viagra as it can decrease the ability to get and maintain an erection.

How is Viagra Metabolized in Body?

The drug is metabolized in liver and has a half-life of 4 hours.

What Are The Possible Side Effects of Viagra?

Like all other medications, Viagra can also cause side effects, which can be mild to moderate in nature and do not last long. The most common side effects of Viagra include nausea, indigestion, abdominal pain, vomiting, facial flushing, headache, dry, stuffy or swollen nose, dizziness, dry throat, throat tightness, decreased sensitivity of mouth, drowsiness, increased erection, pain in arms and legs and muscle pain. Some of the less common side effects include sudden decrease or loss of hearing, color tinge, increased brightness of light, blurred vision, sudden decrease or permanent loss of vision in one or both eyes, skin reactions such as rashes, blisters, peeling skin, painful erection lasting for more than 4 hours (priapism). Very rarely, Viagra can lead to temporary memory loss, heart attack, seizures, chest pain, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, low blood pressure accompanied with dizziness, fainting and light-headedness, stroke and pulmonary hemorrhage. Rare but serious skin reactions of Stevens-Johnson’s Syndrome (SJS) and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN) have been reported during the post-marketing period. These are not all the side effects of Viagra. In case you experience any unexpected effect, immediately contact your health care professional.

When Should You Not Take Viagra?

Do not take Viagra if you:
  • Are taking any medicine that contains nitrates in any form (oral, sublingual [under the tongue], skin-patch, or by spray or inhalation). Nitrates are prescription medicines used for treatment of angina such as nitroglycerin, isosorbide mononitrate, or isosorbide dinitrate. If nitrates have been prescribed to you in the past, whether you took them or not, be sure to tell your doctor.
  • Had an allergic reaction in the past to sildenafil citrate or any other ingredients in Viagra
  • Had a previous episode of an eye condition called NAION (where there is sudden decrease or loss of vision in one or both eyes)
  • Are taking riociguat (ADEMPAS), a drug used to treat pulmonary hypertension
  • Use of Viagra is not recommended in men for whom sexual activity is inadvisable

What Should You Tell Your Doctor Before taking Viagra?

Before you start taking Viagra, be sure to tell your doctor if you:
  • Have a heart disease such as irregular heartbeats, angina, chest pain or had a heart attack in the past. Before you start using Viagra ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough to handle the extra strain of having sex as sexual activity carries a possible risk of heart attack to patients with heart problems.
  • Have chest pains, dizziness or nausea during sex, immediately tell your doctor about it. Do not use nitrates but seek immediate medical help.
  • Are over the age of 65 years
  • Have or had Stroke, low blood pressure or uncontrolled high blood pressure
  • Have liver or kidney problems
  • Have sickle cell anemia (an abnormality or disease of red blood cells), multiple myeloma (cancer of bone marrow) or leukemia (cancer of white blood cells)
  • Are allergic to sildenafil or any other ingredients in Viagra
  • Have peptic ulcers or other bleeding problems
  • Have deformed penis shape
  • Have a rare inherited eye disease called retinitis pigmentosa
  • Ever had severe loss of vision, including a condition known as NAION
  • Have had an erection that lasted for more than 4 hours

What Medicines Can Interact With Viagra?

It is important to tell your health care professional about all other medicines that you have taken recently including any kind of supplements and non-prescription drugs. Medicines which interact with Viagra include:
  • Nitrates such as nitroglycerin used to treat angina
  • Rifampin (an antibacterial used for treatment of tuberculosis)
  • Ketoconazole or itraconazole (used against fungal infections)
  • Erythromycin (an antibiotic)
  • Protease inhibitors such as ritonavir and saquinavir (used as HIV treatments)
  • Cimetidine (a drug used to treat stomach ulcers)
  • Other drugs used to treat erectile dysfunction Cialis, Levitra, Adcirca and Staxyn.
  • Medicines used to treat high blood pressure such as bosentan
  • Alpha blockers such as doxazosin (used for the treatment of prostate problems or high blood pressure). If Viagra is taken with alpha blockers, your blood pressure can drop suddenly making you feel dizzy and faint.
  • Other drugs containing sildenafil such as Revatio. This medicine is used in the treatment of high blood pressure in blood vessels between the heart and the lungs.
  • Grapefruit juice can increase the levels of Viagra in your blood.

Where Can I Buy Viagra Online?

If prescribed by your health care professional, Viagra can be bought directly from Canadian Online Pharmacy. You will not have to wait to start your therapy due to the swift shipping service provided by us.

How Is Viagra Delivered?

The standard delivery fee is $10.00. The orders are usually shipped in 2-3 working days after the processing of the order. The medication package is delivered by regular mail within 10-14 business days after it has been shipped. For further information and aid, you can contact our Customer Service at 604-581-4000 or email us at customerservice@canadawidepharmacy.com.

References:

1. https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/drugsatfda_docs/label/2010/020895s033lbl.pdf
2. https://www.pfizer.ca/sites/g/files/g10037206/f/201710/VIAGRA_PM_E.pdf
3. https://www.accessrx.com/blog/erectile-dysfunction/viagra/splitting-viagra-here-are-some-dos-and-donts/
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