Viagra in Australia: prices and side effects

Sildenafil, or otherwise better known as its more common name, Viagra, it a drug used by mostly men. The most common ages for users of Viagra is around between 41-60+ years old for males. This is because it is primarily used to treat a disorder called erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction is the name for when a male cannot keep an erection, or has a hard time getting one to begin with. Because this doesn’t usually happen to young males, the drug is primarily only used for older men that have lower levels of testosterone running through their system. One of the reasons viagra is so versatile and commonly used is because it’s even safe enough for men who have diabetes to use, if they too are experiencing erectile dysfunction. Usually, men who were also suffering from diabetes were not recommended to use drugs to treat erectile dysfunction because of the reaction it could have with other medications the person is taking, or just their body rejecting it. However, viagra is safe enough for those suffering with diabetes to use as well. Along the same lines, many men who are also using antidepressants are also safe to use viagra. This is a rare feat. Many drugs that are taken at the same time with antidepressants react harshly and make the person experience severe side effects that do not make the drug worth taking. Viagra coincides well with antidepressants, as in it does not necessarily react with the use of them, and instead fulfils its own purpose without much disturbance to the antidepressants, if any at all. Viagra is also used to treat those who are suffering from hypertension. Hypertension is also better known as high blood pressure, or HBP. Though high blood pressure has no cure, viagra does a good job at helping to relieve some of the symptoms associated with having it.

If you are suffering from high blood pressure effects, viagra can help to neutralize shortness of breath, tiredness, chest pain, swelling of the legs, and fast or irregular heartbeats. This does not just apply to men either, women who are suffering from high blood pressure may also be prescribed with viagra to help deal with the pain of their symptoms. Viagra itself does come with some of its own warnings and side effects though, as with any over the counter drag on the market today. These may include allergic reactions, chest pain, sudden or severe headaches, lightheadedness, fainting, painful erection or an erection lasting longer than 4 hours, sudden loss of vision, sudden decrease in hearing, nosebleeds, upset stomach, redness in the face, and dizziness. Though they are not common side effects, it is important to be weary of them for your own health and safety.

In Australia, viagra is about $2.54AU per pill. Though a prescription is not technically or legally needed for a bottle of viagra, it is recommended you consult with your doctor before deciding to purchase a bottle of viagra, to ensure that it is safe for you to use. Your doctor might recommend you not to use it based on your previous medical history.

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- May 17, 2018

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