Viagra – that little blue pill in NZ pharmacy

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Viagra is a pharmaceutical drug often used to treat erectile dysfunction. It is very widely available in many countries including New Zealand. Many people are unsure whether it is useful or able to treat sexual dysfunction in women. Viagra is mainly taken orally in tablet form, but it can also been injected intravenously. It is commonly preferable to take the drug in tablet form however, to avoid any unnecessary comfort associated with injecting the Viagra.

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In the last 30 years Viagra has become widely discussed and quite controversial. In most cases however Viagra seems to have had a very positive impact on those who use the drug. The word Viagra is a brand name for its more proper scientific name of sildenafil citrate (the chemical formula is C22H30N6O4S). It was originally created by scientists in the United Kingdom and works by relaxing the muscles in the walls of blood vessels of certain effected areas of the human body. The funding for Viagra came from Pfizer Inc. and they are the company responsible for funding it, trailing it and paying for its initial license. There are many other trade names for Viagra such as Kamagra, Silagra, Edegra, Oenegra, manly and Zenegra.

Most of the time people who take Viagra suffer no serious health problems due to the drug itself but depending on the individual who takes the substance there can be many side effects. Although it is generally safe to take the drug in moderation, there have been some clinical trials performed by scientists which indicated that the most common side effects people report are headaches, indigestion, nasal congestion, impaired vision and sensitivity to light. Much less commonly but more extreme side effects can be heart attack, long lasting painful erection, upset stomach muscle pain, loss of hearing, flushing, blue tinted vision and stuffy nose. There are some individuals who should consider taking Viagra very seriously and are a higher risk of experiencing the above mentioned side effects. These such people are those who are on nitric oxide donors, have severe liver impairment, have had recent heart attack or stroke, those with hereditary degenerative retinal disorders, those with kidney disease or those with low blood pressure. It is important that such people check with their doctor first to see if the medication is safe for them to take at all. People with HIV who take protease inhibitors and those who take alpha blockers are at greater risk of harmful side effects and should definitely contact their doctor for guidance or simply avoiding taking Viagra altogether.

The current cost in New Zealand for one Viagra pill (100mg pill) is between 3$ and 5$. It is important to remember that they are sold under different trading names as mentioned above. Please make sure to take the proscribed dose on the packet as a Viagra overdose can be very serious, with side effects such as blurred vision, vomiting and blindness. The recommended dose is 50mg for the average male one hour before sexual activity. Viagra can be purchased online or in pharmacies all across NZ without a prescription.

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