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Viagra is a medication used to treat erectile dysfunction.

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When you use the excellent discounts given by our online pharmacy, you can buy Viagra at the lowest price and receive free tablets as well as speedy delivery.

Viagra is a medication used to treat erectile dysfunction. According to recent research, 4 out of 5 guys with erectile dysfunction take PDE-5 (phosphodiesterase) inhibitors like Viagra to improve their erection.

How does Viagra function?

Viagra works by relaxing the blood arteries in the male penis, allowing more blood to flow to the affected area and assisting in the attainment and maintenance of an erection.

What is the duration required by Viagra start working?

Commonly, it takes around 30-60 minutes for Viagra to start working.

Viagra effects generally last approximately 2-3 hours, and can reach up to 4 hours of duration. These numbers are still subject to fluctuation based on diversified factors like dosage, diet, age, body metabolism of a patient.

How to take Viagra?

One 50mg Viagra pill will enough, and it must be taken within 4 hours of expected sexual intercourse.

If you experience any negative side effects when using Viagra, it might be because the 50mg tablet is too strong for you and has to be lowered to 25mg pill. The highest daily Viagra dose for the vast majority of male erectile dysfunction sufferers is 100 mg. Based on your medical circumstances, medical history, and reaction to the drug, your healthcare professional will prepare the appropriate prescription for you.

author: Dr. Marian Davis

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