Viagra

£24.95£449.95

  • Works within 30-60 minutes
  • No more than ONE tablet in 24 hours
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Description

Viagra, which is often called the little blue pill, is a treatment for erectile dysfunction or impotence that will help you to get things going when you’re enjoying some alone time with your partner. If you struggle to get or maintain an erection, Viagra could be the treatment for you, as it helps you to get hard and stay hard, so you and your partner can enjoy your most intimate moments together.

FAQ

How Does Viagra Work?

Viagra is a class of drug (like Cialis / Tadalafil); known as a PDE-5 inhibitor. When sexually stimulated, it helps increase the flow of blood to the penis which results on longer and harder erections.

 

How much is Viagra?

Viagra, can vary in price from genuine UK online pharmacies, from between £5.25 / Tablet, to £15.30 / tablet, depending on strength and quantity. You can also purchase Generic Viagra from £1.10 / Tablet

 

What is the difference between Viagra and Sildenafil

Medically there is no difference between these two ED treatments. Viagra is the branded version of the drug Sildenafil. This means that both medications contain exactly the same active ingredient and so work in the same way. You will notice the packaging and the tablets themselves will appear different. Pfizer actually own the right to use the blue diamond shape tablet exclusively, so you will not see other ED treatments which look the same as this.

 

Can Viagra be taken with other ED Medication?

No. Viagra, and other ED medications are all from the same class of drug (PDE5 inhibitors). Taking them together can be dangerous and result in serious adverse side effects. This includes the possibility of a painful erection which lasts several hours and can result in damage to the penis. For this reason, it’s important to always take the medications you are prescribed as directed.

 

Will Viagra always work?

Unfortunately not. Viagra has been shown to work in around 83% of cases. When it doesn’t work, the advice is to try it on 4-5 more occasions before trying something else. Another treatment may work better for you. Although all work in the same way, different people can respond slightly differently to the slight variations in chemical structure in each of the drugs available. So while Sildenafil may not work for you, Tadalafil might. This does not mean one is stronger or better than the other.

 

Can I half Viagra tablets?

Viagra tablets are scored, allowing you to easily half them before taking. This can help you in finding the right dose, or in saving money on the tablets. The only exception to this is the 25mg tablets, which should not be split. If you do decide to split tablets, you should place the unused half back in the silver foil to prevent degradation of the tablet. Tablet degradation can result in the loss of effectiveness of the medication.

 

Can I drink while taking Viagra?

While there is no chemical interaction between alcohol and Viagra, alcohol can increase the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, so it is recommended to avoid drinking or drink only 1-2 units. This will make sure you get the full benefit of the medication. Excess alcohol consumption can also increase the chances of experiencing side effects, particularly related to drops in blood pressure.

 

When should I take Viagra?

You should take Viagra around 45 minutes before sexual activity if taken on an empty stomach. If you have eaten, taking Viagra approximately 60-90 minutes before sexual activity is recommended. Remember that sexual stimulation is required for Viagra to work, so you should only take it when planning on having sex.

 

Is Viagra legal in the UK?

Yes. Viagra is a legal drug in the UK. It can be bought both over the counter, as Viagra Connect, or obtained on prescription, as Viagra. If you place an order via our site and our doctors approve the request, a prescription is issued to our pharmacy to dispense against. If ordering from your pharmacy, you will still need to complete a medical check with your pharmacist to make sure it’s safe for you to use the treatment.

 

Can I get Viagra on the NHS?

Only in some circumstances and usually in the form of it’s generic (Sildenafil). The medication may be prescribed on the NHS in men who suffer from certain medical conditions. Examples of some of these conditions include diabetes, Parkinson’ and men diagnosed with prostate cancer.

 

Is it against the law to buy Viagra online?

No. You can safely buy Viagra online, as long you have checked the service is a UK registered and regulated service. You can do this by checking the site you are using is registered with the regulatory bodies responsible for oversight of online pharmacy and doctor services. These are the general pharmaceutical council, the MHRA and the CQC in England or Health Improvement Scotland. You can find out more about our company and registrations with each body on the about us page.

 

How can I buy Viagra online?

You can order Viagra online, from our UK registered online pharmacy and doctor service. Although Viagra is a prescription only medication, we can issue a script online. Just complete an assessment form, so our doctor can check your suitability for this medication.

 

Is generic Viagra the same as Viagra?

“Generic Viagra” is the drug Sildenafil. This is the active ingredient of Viagra. As long as you are ordering the Sildenafil from a reliable source (a UK registered pharmacy), then these medications are medically equivalent. While the appearance will be different, the effects should be the same.

 

Can you buy Viagra over the counter in the UK?

Yes. Viagra is now available in the UK over the counter, as Viagra Connect.

 

Why does the cost of Viagra vary so much?

Pharmacies all set their own prices for Viagra. As long as the pharmacy is a UK registered and MHRA registered pharmacy, you can be fairly certain the medication you will receive is genuine. The main variance in price is between Viagra and “Generic Viagra”. Generic Viagra is Sildenafil, which is the active ingredient in Viagra. Essentially the difference in price is for the brand, as medically each medication is the same.

Side Effects

Side Effects of Viagra

Viagra is a well-tolerated medication, however, there is always a risk of side effects when taking any medicine. It’s important you read the patient information leaflet so you are aware of the potential side effects when taking Viagra.

If you experience any of the three serious side effects listed below, stop taking the medication and see your GP or out of hours health services immediately.

  • Sudden loss of vision. This may affect just one or both of your eyes.
  • Sudden hearing loss, or hearing otherwise affected.
  • An erection which is painful and / or lasts more than 4 hours. This may lead to permanent damage of your penis, so it’s important you report this. This is also known as priapism.

Listed below are some of the more common side effects users of this medication may experience.

  • Headaches
  • Diarrhoea
  • Nausea
  • Nosebleeds
  • Muscle pain / Back Pain
  • Flushing
  • Runny/stuffed nose
  • Red and/or warm skin
  • Upset stomach
  • Dizziness

Directions

Unless you’re over 65 years of age, Viagra 50mg is the most commonly prescribed starting dose for men with ED. ONE tablet is taken between half an hour to an hour before sexual activity. This dose is ideally taken on an empty stomach and without alcohol to maximise benefits.

If the dose is ineffective, you should NOT take another dose for at least 24 hours. The next time you try Viagra, you may wish to increase your dose to 100mg instead.

If the dose is very effective, you may wish to half your dosage to 25mg the next time you take Viagra. This can be done either by purchasing 25mg tablets or halving your 50mg pills.

Ingredients

The active substance is sildenafil. Each tablet contains 25 mg, 50 mg or 100 mg of sildenafil (as the citrate salt).

The other ingredients are:

Tablet core: microcrystalline cellulose, calcium hydrogen phosphate (anhydrous), croscarmellose sodium, magnesium stearate

Film coat: hypromellose, titanium dioxide (E171), lactose monohydrate, triacetin, indigo carmine aluminium lake (E132)