Question: Can Viagra Be Harmful?

Is it OK to take viagra everyday?

First: Never take more than one dose of Viagra per 24-hour period.

It may be safe to take Viagra every day if your healthcare provider believes daily use is right for you.

Depending on your health, your healthcare provider may not recommend that you take Viagra every day..

Will I become dependent on Viagra?

While Viagra isn’t physically addictive, it is possible for people who use the medicine improperly, at an overly high dose or without a prescription to become psychologically dependent on Viagra or other erectile dysfunction drugs.

Why is Viagra bad for the heart?

The problem is their effect on arteries. All arteries, not just those in the penis, generate nitric oxide, so any artery can widen in response to Viagra, Levitra, or Cialis, causing blood pressure to drop temporarily by 5-8 mmHg, even in healthy men.

Is Viagra bad for your kidneys?

Generally, sildenafil is safe, with mild side effects. Here, we report a case of acute kidney injury caused by a sildenafil overdose. A 67-year-old man took 400 mg of sildenafil for erectile dysfunction.

Who should not take Viagra?

Who should not take VIAGRA? Do not take VIAGRA if you: take medicines called nitrates (such as nitroglycerin) use street drugs called “poppers” such as amyl nitrate or amyl nitrite, and butyl nitrate.

Can Viagra cause a heart attack?

Even when a man isn’t taking nitrates, there’s been concern that Viagra might make his underlying heart disease much worse. There have been reports of men suffering heart attacks or chest pain after taking the popular erectile dysfunction drug.

When should you not take Viagra?

For example, you shouldn’t take Viagra if you take nitrate medications to treat chest pain. You should also avoid taking Viagra if you take a drug called riociguat (Adempas). Taking Viagra with these medications can cause a dangerous drop in your blood pressure that leads to heart attack or stroke.

Does viagra make you bigger?

Sildenafil (brand name Viagra) is a medication for erectile dysfunction (ED). It works by enabling blood flow to the penis by inhibiting an enzyme that causes an erection to deflate. Viagra can make your erection seem firmer and therefore bigger. But it won’t increase the size of your penis permanently.

Is Viagra bad for your liver?

In a new study, scientists have established that sildenafil, a drug also sold as Viagra and known for treating erectile dysfunction (male impotence) and pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), does not influence blood flow in patients with cirrhosis.

Is long term use of Viagra harmful?

The drug is widely considered safe and effective. Long term toxicology studies in animals haven’t found any adverse long term health effects of taking sildenafil.

Does viagra keep you hard after coming?

Viagra helps to maintain the erection after ejaculation and reduces the refractory time before a second erection can be obtained. These medications may be combined with various creams aimed at reducing sensitivity.

Can you take 2 Viagra pills at once?

Because 100mg is the highest dose available, you should never ‘double up’ on tablets or take more than one in 24 hours. Sildenafil 100mg is the highest safe dosage you can take – if it is ineffective, you should try another ED treatment.