Viagra: Contraindications


Nowadays everyone knows that Viagra is the best solution to erectile dysfunction. And if all men think they can take Viagra one day and the will get rid of that awful problem. But it is not so - like any medication, Viagra has certain contraindications. Although we will present you the main cases in which Viagra is not advisable. You should consult your doctor and depending on your medical history and your current health status he will explain everything you don’t understand and prescribe an appropriate dose. If you are allergic to its active ingredient-Sildenafil – Viagra is not for you. It is not recommended for men who already take another erectile dysfunction drug to take Viagra: two treatments of this type should never be combined as it may be very dangerous to your health. Viagra is not prescribed to those who have HIV treatment, including taking Ritonavir or alpha-blockers. With regard to other pathologies, men who suffer from heart or cardiovascular failure kidney or liver disease can take but only under medical supervision and limiting the dose the lighter (25mg and not 50 or 100mg). On the other hand, men who suffer from diabetes can take Viagra without problem. As you have now understood there are some contraindications but they are still quite rare and limited: almost 30 million men all over the world have tried Viagra and have been satisfied with effects they got.