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Sildenafil 25 Mg

Sildenafil 25 Mg

History of sildenafil as Viagra

Sildenafil citrate was created in 1989 by British scientists Albert Wood and Peter Dunn as a possible treatment for hypertension and angina; conditions associated with coronary heart disease. In 1991 Dr. Nicholas Terrett, now often referred to as the father of Viagra, was named in the British patent for the drug as a heart medication. And though Pfizer’s early trials of the drug in the 1990s did not prove its efficacy as a heart medication, patients who took part in the clinical trials reported increased erections after taking sildenafil. Separate studies provided more information on the biochemical process that causes erections, which helped scientists understand how sildenafil could enhance the effects of sexual stimulation and open up blood vessels in the penis. Sildenafil was then studied in men with erectile dysfunction, and in 1998 it was approved by the FDA specifically for treatment of ED.

Is one preferable to the other?

Viagra and sildenafil are medically the same. It is a requirement for the generic version to contain the same levels of the active ingredient in the body as its branded alternative, which is known as bioequivalence. Before generic drugs are licensed for sale the manufacturer must demonstrate bioequivalence to the licensing authorities (the European Medicines Agency).

If you have a private prescription for Viagra, the branded drug must be dispensed; but you may ask for sildenafil at the time that the prescription is made. They are considered equally effective, however patients must follow proper protocol for optimum results. Also note that if the condition does not respond to the initial dose of Viagra or generic sildenafil, a higher dose may be required (after several unsuccessful attempts).

Who can take 50 mg tablets?

50mg is the most common dosage for Viagra (and the only dosage for Viagra Connect). Your doctor may recommend it if you are taking Viagra for the first time. Most men find that this dosage is sufficient to treat their erectile dysfunction and improve their sexual experience.

Who should use 100mg tablets?

100mg is the highest recommended dosage of Viagra. You mustn’t take more than 100mg per day. Viagra 100mg tablets are suitable for men who find that they don’t get an erection hard enough for penetration when taking the 50mg tablet. You should try the 50mg dose first and only increase your intake to 100mg if you find the effect insufficient. You should speak to your doctor before changing your dosage.

Does the Viagra dosage I need depend on my weight?

Regardless of your weight, your doctor will most likely prescribe Viagra 50mg tablets first.

Does the Viagra dosage I need depend on my age?

Which dosage you need depends on your health and how effective drug is for you rather than your age. Certain age-related conditions may have an impact on the dose you need to take but there is no general advice on which dosage to take at certain ages.

 

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