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Viagra

Viagra is a medicine used to help with erectile dysfunction. The active ingredient in Viagra, sildenafil, belongs to a group of medicines called PDE5 inhibitors.

See Viagra (Sildenafil) Tablets Patient Information Leaflet

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  • Any treatment for erectile dysfunction apart from Viagra (Sildenafil), Levitra (Vardenafil), Cialis (Tadalafil), or Spedra (Avanafil)
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  • Please ensure a gap of 24 hours (26 hours Cialis)  between usage.
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  • You will read the Patient Information Leaflet supplied with your medication
  • You will contact us and inform your GP of your medication if you experience any side effects of treatment, if you start new medication, or if your medical conditions change during treatment
  • The treatment is solely for your own use
  • You are over the age of 18 and you have entered your own information for our identity verification checks
  • You have answered all the above questions accurately and truthfully
  • You understand our doctors take your answers in good faith and base their prescribing decisions accordingly, and that incorrect information can be hazardous to your health
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Viagra is a medicine used to help with erectile dysfunction. The active ingredient in Viagra, sildenafil, belongs to a group of medicines called PDE5 inhibitors.

See Viagra (Sildenafil) Tablets Patient Information Leaflet

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What is Viagra and what does it do?

Viagra is a medicine used to help with erectile dysfunction. The active ingredient in Viagra, sildenafil, belongs to a group of medicines called PDE5 inhibitors.

Erectile dysfunction is a common condition that affects men. It is also known as impotence and causes inability to get and/or maintain erection.

When is Viagra prescribed?

Viagra may be prescribed to help men suffering from erectile dysfunction. It is a common condition that is also known as impotence. It is more common in older men, but can also affect men of younger age.

Viagra can be prescribed when other forms of self treatment have not proved successful. Before requesting prescription medication, quit smoking and drinking less alcohol may help with erection problems.

Is Viagra suitable for my condition?

If you are an adult man having had erection problems for 6 months or longer, Viagra may be prescribed by our doctors. The information you supply through the medical questionnaire will be assessed by our doctors to ensure Viagra is safe and suitable for you to use.

There are however certain medicines and conditions that may affect the suitability of Viagra. This treatment may not be safe and suitable for you if any of the below applies to you:

  • If you are taking nitrates for angina pectoris (chest pain).
  • If you are taking nitric oxide donors (“poppers”).
  • If you are taking riociguat to treat high blood pressure in the lungs.
  • If you have severe heart or liver problems or recently had a heart attack or stroke.
  • If you have a deformity of your penis or Peyronie’s Disease.

Please note, the above is not a complete list of conditions and medicines. Always read the patient information leaflet before requesting a prescription. Ensure to include any medication you take when filling in the medical questionnaire.

What is the recommended dosage of Viagra?

You should follow the doctor’s instructions on how to take this medicine. The doses outlined below is for your reference only. The tablets can be taken with or without food, however, the effect may be delayed if you take the tablet with a heavy meal.

Never exceed the stated dose.

Viagra doses for men

The recommended starting dose is 50 mg taken 1 hour before intercourse or sexual activity. Swallow the tablet whole with a glass of water.

Do not exceed more than 1 dose in any 24 hour period.

Does Viagra cause any side effects?

Yes, just like all medicines Viagra may cause side effects. However not everyone will notice them. It is important that you read the patient information leaflet before use so that you know how to recognise a potential allergic reaction.

Common side effects associated with taking Viagra include, but are not limited to:

  • Headache.
  • Nausea.
  • Facial flushing or hot flush.
  • Indigestion.
  • Stuffy nose.

Can I reduce the risk of getting side effects?

Yes. You can help reducing the risk of side effects by letting our doctors know about any other medicines you take. Also let them know about any medical condition you may have. You can pass this information on by including it in the medical questionnaire when you request your prescription.

How do I buy Viagra online?

To legally and safely buy Viagra online you need a prescription from a GMC (General Medical Council) registered doctor. Our online doctor service allows you to request a prescription through an online medical questionnaire.

Once you have chosen your medicine and submitted the questionnaire, it will be assessed by one of our doctors. If suitable, the doctor will accept your request and a private prescription will be issued. Your medicine will then be dispensed by our UK pharmacy and sent by tracked delivery to your chosen address. Your medicine is usually dispatched within 24 hours after ordering.

Dosage instructions
Take ONE tablet approximately 1 hour before sexual activity. Adjust according to response up to a maximum of 100mg per day. Maximum ONE dose per day.