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Viagra Question I take a generic high blood pressure medication called lisinopril. Does this drug interact adversely at all with the active ingredient in Viagra? Answer Lisinopril belongs to a family of blood pressure medications known as an angiotensin-converting enzyme, or ACE, ...

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Viagra Question What is the incidence of erectile dysfunction among American men? And would Viagra help all of them to regain at least temporary erectile function? Answer According to MenMD.com, erectile dysfunction affects roughly 30 million American men and more than 100 ...

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Viagra Question Viagra or Sildenafil: Which Is Better? Answer Viagra and Sildenafil are both used to treat erectile dysfunction. Both of the drugs contain similar active ingredients. The active ingredient in both is sildenafil citrate. Viagra is just a brand name for ...

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As most people now realize, smoking can be very damaging to your overall health, increasing your risk of heart disease in particular. Smoking’s damage to the cardiovascular system comes primarily from its effects on blood flow. The chemicals in tobacco ...

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Q. I’ve read that doctors sometimes give newborn babies the same active ingredient that’s in Viagra. Obvious the treatment of erection problems, so what medical purpose does the drug serve in newborns? A. It’s true that some newborns, most premature babies, ...

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Viagra, along with Levitra, Cialis, Staxyn, and Stendra, all belong to a family of medications known as PDE5 inhibitors. They are so called because they all temporarily disable an enzyme known as phosphodiesterase-5, which can interfere with blood flow to ...

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Q: My insurer won’t cover my prescriptions for Viagra or for any other ED drug. However, I read recently that the Defense Department spends millions each year to cover the cost of ED drugs for both active-duty servicemen and veterans. ...

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Q: The print and broadcast media are full of reports about so-called female Viagra. How Does the Female Viagra Drug for Women Differ from the Viagra Designed to Treat ED symptoms? A: As Pfizer discovered in its trials of Viagra in ...

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Under current law, Viagra and all the other PDE5 inhibitors are available only by prescription in the United States. However, reports from the United Kingdom indicate that country’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency has recommended that the drug be ...

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Q. I read recently about a study somewhere in Turkey that showed that Viagra’s active ingredient might offer help for men suffering from back pain associated with degeneration of the sciatic nerve. Is there any truth to those reports? A. It’s ...

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