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Buy Sildenafil Uk

Buy Sildenafil Uk

Generic Viagra

Sildenafil is the medical or generic name for Viagra. Medically they are the same. Sildenafil is sometimes called generic Viagra. Sildenafil was first marketed under the name Viagra in 1998. In June 2013, when the patent of Viagra expired in the UK and other European countries, prices came down significantly.

Generic sildenafil is available at much lower cost, from 97p per tablet, while Pfizer branded Viagra costs over £5 per tablet.

How does sildenafil work?

During sexual arousal blood flow in the penis changes. It is this change in blood flow which produces erections. Sildenafil is known medically as a PDE5 inhibitor. PDE5 inhibitors alter the levels of the natural chemical messengers involved in producing erections.

Why choose sildenafil?

Sildenafil is a tried and tested medicine. Most men find it an effective treatment and are not usually troubled by significant side effects. It usually starts to work within 30 minutes of taking a tablet, and usually remains active for about 4 hours. Erections will only occur during this time if there is stimulation. If there is no arousal, there will be no erection. After 4 hours the effects of the tablet wear off.

Alternative tablets include Cialis, Levitra and Spedra. They work in the same way, but for different lengths of time. See tablet differences for further details.

What are the side effects of Sildenafil?

As with all medicines, there are potential side effects to consider. The most common include headaches, heartburn, flushed skin, nasal congestion, indigestion, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea. Also, note that the treatment should never be taken with nitrates because it can cause a serious and potentially fatal drop in blood pressure. For further information on these issues, you can contact your doctor or consult our specialists.

Who can have it?

Viagra Connect is only for men who have impotence.

No-one under the age of 18 can buy it, although women might be able to buy it on behalf of their partner if the pharmacist is satisfied it is appropriate to dispense it.

And it will not be sold to men who are not medically fit enough to have sex. This includes men with severe heart or blood vessel problems.

As a rule of thumb, men who become very breathless or experience chest pain when doing light exercise, such as climbing two flights of stairs, should not take these pills.

Does this mean I can buy viagra online?

It is illegal to sell drugs without an appropriate licence and, in the UK, there are currently no internet pharmacists that are licensed to distribute viagra without a prescription. Any websites claiming to sell viagra should be avoided as they will not be regulated by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPS) and there may be concerns over quality, safety and effectiveness of the products they provide. One recent survey of doctors by the medical newspaper GP found that one in four have treated patients for problems that were caused by internet-bought medicines.

What are the Side Effects of Viagra?

The side effects of Viagra and sildenafil are usually mild to moderate and last a short time but it is important to take the recommended dose. The most common side effects are headaches and facial flushing. Less common effects include indigestion, dizziness, stuffy nose and visual effects (a blue coloured tinge to vision and increased brightness of light or blurring).

You should consult the full list of side effects on the patient information leaflet provided with your treatment. Details of this can also be found here (opens in a new window).

To begin an erectile dysfunction consultation with our GMC-registered GP, please click the Start questionnaire button below.

But what do you do if that tablet that you had been pinning all your hopes on does not work? The important thing is to not give up. Your doctor will be able to explore a number of different options with you, however, here’s a quick guide to help you to see what options are available for, to you to try next...

Viagra Connect

Viagra - the little blue pill recognised across the world - changed the face of erectile dysfunction treatment when it was launched by Pfizer in 1998. With its relatively few side effects, ease of use and proven effectiveness, it is little wonder the drug has become so popular.

Viagra was under patent protection in the UK until June 2013, after which legal cheaper versions of generic Viagra have been made available under its medical name sildenafil.

In November 2017 the UKs medicines regulator, the MHRA, approved an application by Pfizer to reclassify its sildenafil 50mg to a 'P' medicine (available without prescription) which is sold as a new product called Viagra Connect.

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