You need to talk to your doctor before starting any new medication. Never make the decision on your own. You need to talk to a real doctor in person about whether or not you need to take a new medication. You could have certain side effects when you take Sildenafil. You could get headaches, dizziness, blurry vision, indigestion, and a stuffy nose. You could get diarrhea, itching, or rashes. If you experience any of the aforementioned side effects, contact your doctor immediately.
The right storage temperature is 25 degrees C (which is 77 degrees F). It’s fine if its 15 or 30 degrees C either way. More or less than that is not recommended, however.
You have to keep them in their original packaging if you’re going to store it.
If you don’t store it at the right temperature, it can compromise the quality of the medication, make it less effective, or damage its chemical integrity.
Viagra (also called Sildenafil) is a drug designed to treat erectile dysfunction, and it does it through directing blood flow to your penis so you can get an erection. However, it cannot act as a standalone treatment for erectile dysfunction or bring about sexual stimulation on its own.
What doesn’t Sildenafil do?
Viagra doesn’t make you get an erection on its own. You need to be sexually stimulated while you’re on the drug.
Will Viagra impair your ability to drive or operate heavy machinery?
Viagra won’t have an effect on your driving or operating heavy machinery.
Why should you talk to a doctor before starting treatment?
When you talk to your doctor, tell him about any medication you’ve been on before.
Viagra treats ED. It will help you get and maintain an erection. You have to be sexually stimulated first.
Identifying the Appearance
Viagra is an easy drug to spot. It has a distinctive blue color, diamond shape, and “100” imprint on it.
Drug Class and Mechanism Structure
Viagra is a type of drug called a "phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor".