American Viags brand Viagra was the most successful erectile dysfunction drug in history, selling over half a billion pills worldwide in the past decade.
And it wasn’t just about sex, though Viagra is the mainstay of the pill game.
Its popularity has also led to a new generation of men who are taking the pill to get erections, and that’s something Viagra users should be worried about.
What is the problem?
Viagra causes a blood clot in the arteries that feeds the penis, and when it ruptures, the blood clots can lead to blood clogging your arteries.
A clot can cause pain, bleeding and even death, and even more dangerous, can cause bleeding and infections that can lead you to develop a blood infection called venous thromboembolism (VTEM).
In the past few years, Viagra has become the most popular erectile therapy in the world.
Viagra pills are prescribed by doctors for erectile problems such as erectile disfunction, erectile pain, erect-dysfunction erectile disorder (EDD), and erectile disorders.
But these prescriptions are also becoming more common, and there are now more than a million prescriptions filled annually, according to the World Health Organization.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average Viagra user has more than one stroke a year.
The CDC says Viagra can lead the blood to clot more than two times more frequently than other medicines.
In some cases, the clot can rupture and bleed for days or even weeks.
The clot can also cause more serious problems, including heart failure, stroke and even heart failure.
In many cases, Viagrs side effects are worse than the symptoms.
For instance, some users can experience erectile issues that can include painful erections and a decrease in sexual desire.
In addition, Viags side effects can be quite serious, and the symptoms can be severe.
One of the biggest problems with Viagra is that it is often given to people who aren’t healthy enough to use it, or people who don’t have an erectile problem at all.
And because Viagra works in the blood, it can lead some people to have blood clotting problems.
Some Viagra patients may also experience other problems that can be life-threatening.
For those who are not taking Viagra correctly, there are some things you can do to avoid Viagra side effects.
To learn more about Viagra and how to treat it, visit the CDC’s website at http://www.cdc.gov/drugoverview.
The most common side effects of Viagra include:An erection that is hard or painful, or a hard erection that you have to stop for a few minutes and then restart, or feeling tired.
A decrease in libido or feeling like you’re not sexually active.
Pain that makes it difficult to have sex or ejaculate.
If you’re taking Viagars prescription drugs or prescription meds to treat your erectile or sex problems, talk with your doctor.
The medication can also have side effects that you should be aware of.
And if you are prescribed medication for Viagra that isn’t approved for use by your doctor, you should talk with the pharmacist.
There are two types of Viagrag pills: generic and over-the-counter (OTC).
Generic Viagra uses the same formula that Viagra itself uses, and over the counter (OTP) Viagra does.
The FDA has issued warnings for both types of pills, and you should always talk to your doctor about the difference between OTP and generic Viagra.
What are the side effects?
Side effects of OTP Viagra are usually mild, but some can be very serious.
One of the most common symptoms of OTC Viagra treatment is an erection that’s hard or feels like it’s not moving.
This can be serious, because it can make it difficult for you to have intercourse or ejaculation.
Some side effects include:Bloating, nausea, dizziness, headache, and tingling in the arm and/or leg.
Other side effects may include:Irritation, tinglings, and pain in the hand or arm.
If your side effects worsen or stop, talk to the doctor about getting medical help right away.
You may need to stop taking the medication or switch to another medication.
If OTP or OTP-generic Viagra doesn’t work for you, talk about the possible side effects with your physician.