Who should not take Viagra

Good day, dear readers! In a recent article, I wrote about how Viagra works for men. Is it possible for everyone to take it? Are there any restrictions? This article will consider who should not take Viagra.

You can not take Viagra and nitrates at the same time

Nitrates help lower blood pressure. Viagra, in turn, also reduces blood pressure by as much as 7 points (this is the part that helps Viagra achieve an erection). But when nitrates and Viagra are taken at the same time, this combination can lower blood pressure to a dangerously low level.

Nitrates increase the amount of nitric oxide in the body, which contributes to the expansion of blood vessels. Therefore, nitric oxide is an important part of penile erection. And when the blood vessels dilate, blood pressure drops. Viagra also lowers blood pressure, expanding the same blood vessels to let more blood into the penis. This is why men blush when taking Viagra. The problem may arise when you combine both of these drugs.

Viagra is changing the way nitric oxide breaks down. Therefore, adding more nitric oxide to the cardiovascular system can lead to a decrease in blood pressure. This can be a fatal blow. Never take Viagra and nitrates at the same time.

Viagra is usually safe to take if blood pressure is not too high or low. But you should always consult with your doctor to be sure. And make sure that Viagra does not conflict with your other medications, such as beta blockers.

Can Viagra be taken with an HIV-positive diagnosis?

Viagra is generally safe for use by HIV patients. But problems can occur with HIV-positive patients when a specific treatment for HIV (for example, the antiretroviral drug ritonavir) consists of drugs that can increase the level of Viagra in the blood. That is why doctors often recommend HIV-infected men to take Viagra only every other day, and not daily. They may also recommend low doses when you are taking certain HIV medications.

Talk with your doctor about getting the right dose of Viagra if you are taking HIV medications. And tell them about all the medicines you take to avoid potentially dangerous interactions with Viagra.

Can I take Viagra with food?

Food may delay the absorption of Viagra. When you take Viagra on a full stomach, it will not be as effective and will not work so quickly. If you eat a lot or fatty foods, Viagra may not be as effective, even when it really begins to act.

Taking Viagra with food, especially heavy, fatty foods, means that you will need more time to absorb the medicine. A longer absorption time means that Viagra is not so concentrated in your blood, so it will not be as effective. It may also mean that an erection may come later than expected, be less strong than you expected, and not last as long as desired.

For best effect, take Viagra on an empty stomach 1-2 hours before sexual activity.

Food before sex

Eating plenty of food before sex is not very good, no matter what medicine you take. When eating before sex, you naturally redirect blood flow to the stomach and intestines to help with digestion. This means that you have less potential blood flow to give you a steady and long lasting erection. This, of course, does not matter much, but a hearty meal before sex is not the best way to get a strong erection.

This article examined who should not take Viagra.

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