Viagra Generic - How these drugs help against impotence?

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What are the differences between erectile dysfunction drugs? About half of men ages 40 to 70 have erectile dysfunction (ED) to some degree, although only one in 10 report a complete inability to have erections. Taking an ED drug produces an erection sufficient to start intercourse in about 70% of otherwise healthy men.

 

Does it make any difference which of the four drugs for erectile dysfunction you take? "Yes, there can be differences," says Dr. Louis Liou, chief of urology at Harvard-affiliated Cambridge Health Alliance in Boston. "For new patients, I have them try different ones to see what works best."

 

  • Sildenafil (Viagra) is often the first drug your doctor offers.
  • It's been on the market longest and its side effects and the medications and foods
  • It interacts with are well known.

 

But the main challenge to finding the best ED drug for you may turn out to be health insurance rules—not biochemistry. It's a common practice among insurers to limit the number of pills you can obtain per month. After you hit your limit, the out-of-pocket cost for a single pill can be as high as $20. "The main obstacle in my practice is the cost," Dr. Liou says. You'll need to work with your doctor to get the pill you need at a price you can afford

 

What is Viagra?

 

  • Viagra Generic (sildenafil) has been approved “for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED).
  • Including ED patients with diabetes mellitus or following radical prostatectomy.”
  • (PDR) Viagra is available in doses of 25 mg, 50 mg, and 100 mg.

 

Most physicians who prescribe Viagra (sildenafil) start patients on the 50 mg dose and either raise or lower the dose as warranted.

 

Telemedicine has the advantage of convenience but it relies on your honesty and on your involvement in the process. That includes reading everything below carefully (including the package insert now online and when it arrives in print with your medication), and communicating with your doctor. If your health should change, should you have a side effect, should the medicine not work or stop working over time, should you be prescribed ANY new medication or change your medication regimen, should you visit another doctor, please contact us. Keep EVERY healthcare provider informed.

 

Also, and perhaps most importantly, the fact that you have ED may mean you have other health conditions that should be addressed–not simply because improving your health can make using medication unnecessary, but because treating underlying conditions like hypertension, diabetes, or simmering vascular disease, could save your life. Seeing a healthcare provider to identify and manage any underlying condition could be the most important step you take.

 

Recommendation By Doctor

 

We recommend getting screening blood tests that the Roman prescribing doctor can evaluate and even send to your general healthcare provider. Your Roman physician will discuss any abnormal results and, if needed, inform you if you should seek care to manage any discovered condition.

 

  • Your physician has prescribed a medication as part of your treatment plan.
  • Being fully informed is the only way for you to know if it suits your needs and if you want to accept it as presented.
  • You may reject it or you may want to request a modification to the plan.
  • Please, do not hesitate to make your voice heard. Contact us with any questions. 

 

Let’s begin. Read everything below and don’t forget to read the package insert included here as well—and when it arrives with your medicine. Keep all the literature handy in case your medical status changes and you need to refer back to it.


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