Did You Know These Side Effects of Viagra?

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Millions of men take Viagra to treat erectile dysfunction, which makes it hard to acquire or keep an erection. While safe and effective, the medicine has side effects and hazards.

This medicine relaxes smooth muscles, dilates blood vessels, and increases blood flow to the penis, helping erectile dysfunction.

Common, minor, temporary, or infrequent and serious side effects are possible. If the practitioner prescribes an FDA-approved medicine, the benefits may exceed the dangers.

Headache, flushing, nausea, dizziness and rashes are the most prevalent side effects (more than 2% of the population) that can occur.

Heart attacks, strokes, and abnormal heartbeats are some of the most significant yet rare adverse effects (but, these have happened in people with prior history of heart disease)

Additionally, it should be emphasized that sexual activity may strain cardiac function, particularly in high-risk individuals.

The less common and unusual adverse effects (e.g., vision or hearing issues, etc.) are diverse, and a person taking this medication must be aware of any signs of distress.

Extremely infrequently, an erection lasting more than four hours and priapism (painful erections lasting longer than six hours) have been documented.

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