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Viagra

Company: Pfizer
Approval Status: Approved March 1998
Treatment for: impotence
Areas: Cardiovascular / Cardiology

| General Information | Clinical Results | Side Effects |


General Information

Viagra has been approved for the treatment of impotence in men. Based on clinical trials, Pfizer said men should take the pill about an hour prior to a sexual event and that Viagra only works if a man is sexually aroused.


Clinical Results

In clinical trials involving some 3,000 patients, 60 to 80% of those who took the drug reported improvements in the ability to achieve erections and sustain them after penetration, while about 20% of the patients who took a placebo reported improved erections.


Side Effects

Side effects were mostly mild and included headache, indigestion, and occasionally a temporary blue tinge to one's vision.




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Viagra Drug Information

The Viagra drug information shown above is licensed from Thomson CenterWatch. The information provided here is for general educational purposes only and does not constitute medical or pharmaceutical advice which should be sought from qualified medical and pharmaceutical advisers.





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