Is it possible to take over the counter viagra with alcohol: compatibility, consequences, reviews

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Rita7888

2020-11-30 07:22:20

The modern frantic pace of life will break anyone. Men seek to earn money to support their families, and spend their evenings relaxing over a bottle of beer or something stronger. The sexual sphere of life suffers from this.

Sex becomes rare, and in the case of erectile dysfunction, which occurred against the background of eternal stress, coupled with excessive alcohol consumption, it disappears altogether. Medicines can help in such a delicate matter.

Everyone probably has heard such a miracle remedy as Viagra, but not everyone is familiar with the combination of this stimulant with alcohol.

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viagra gained enormous popularity as a drug for the treatment of sexual dysfunction in men. In fact, Viagra is not a drug for treatment, but for the short-term improvement of a man's erectile function.

The drug dilates the blood vessels, increasing the filling of the penis with blood without affecting the brain receptors.

That is why patients taking Viagra are recommended to stimulate the penis in order to increase blood flow and improve the intensity of sexual experiences.

The main component of Viagra is sildenafil, the dosage of which can be 25 mg, 50 mg or 100 mg. It is recommended to take the drug on an empty stomach, since the simultaneous use of Viagra with heavy fatty foods increases the duration of absorption, respectively, its therapeutic effect will be postponed in time by 1.5-3 hours.

Viagra, according to the instructions for use, is recommended for men over 18 years of age, in the amount of one tablet per day. The tablet is taken approximately one hour before the intended sexual intercourse.

Viagra is not indicated for all men. Erection stimulation is strongly discouraged:

persons who have any restrictions on the conduct of their sexual life, for example, hearts;

patients with severe liver pathologies;

men with intolerance to sildenafil and other auxiliary components that make up the drug;

adolescents under the age of 18.

You should be very careful about taking Viagra for people who have such diseases as:

stomach ulcer in the acute stage;

heart failure;

arrhythmia;

too high (above 170/100 mm Hg) or too low pressure (below 90/50 mm Hg);

any ailments with accompanying bleeding.

The drug is taken at a dosage of 50 mg. For people with a history of liver and kidney problems and a history of heart failure, a doctor may recommend taking 25 mg tablets.

A deliberate increase in the dosage does not carry any therapeutic effect, it only enhances the side effects of Viagra, which include:

nausea and stool disturbances;

insomnia;

dysfunction of the prostate;

dizziness;

increased sensitivity to sunlight and pain in the eyes;

joint and muscle pain;

development of rhinitis and sinusitis.

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