Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Which dosage of Viagra do I need?

Viagra tablets come in three standard doses of 25mg, 50mg and 100mg. Which dose you should use to treat your condition depends on your general health and how well the drug works for you.

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.

Who are 25mg tablets for?

Viagra 25mg tablets contain the lowest available dosage. You may be prescribed the 25mg tablets if you are taking certain types of medication. For example, drugs to control HIV or alpha-blockers for the treatment of high blood pressure. Taking alpha-blockers and Viagra at the same time increases the risk of side effects such as low blood pressure levels and dizziness, which is why the lower dose may be more suitable.

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.
Can I increase the dosage if it doesn’t work?
If you find that the dosage you are on is too weak, ask your prescribing doctor whether you can increase it. If you do not have any medical conditions and aren’t taking any other medications, it is likely that you can increase your dosage from 50mg to 100mg. However, you should ask your doctor first. If you believe that the dosage you are on is too strong you can reduce it to see whether a lower dose is sufficient for you.

How often can I take Viagra?


You mustn’t take Viagra more than once a day. If you have sex more than twice a week you may find that a different medication, Cialis daily, suits your needs better than Viagra. Cialis daily can be taken every day. It contains a low dosage of the active ingredient tadalafil and helps you to get an erection.

What happens if I take too much?

As with most medications, it is very important that you take exactly the dose you have been prescribed. Taking too much Viagra increases your risk of side effects. It could cause you to suffer from low blood pressure and faint. It also increases your risk of a condition called priapism, which can cause permanent damage to your penis. If you believe that you have accidentally taken too much Viagra, you should visit your local emergency department immediately.

Can I combine Viagra with other erectile dysfunction drugs?


You can’t take more than one erectile dysfunction drug at any one time. Taking more than one medication for ED will not increase the effects and will put you at risk of serious side effects. If you find that Viagra does not work for you, you may need to try a different erectile dysfunction medication or a different form of therapy such as penile injections or a penis pump. It has been proven that counselling can help men who suffer from ED caused by a psychological problem. Stopping smoking and following a healthy lifestyle will also help you improve your sexual function.

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