10 Viagra Side Effects – All Myths, Facts and Expert Opinion Are Revealed at Canadian Health&Care Mall

Viagra-blue-pill-online-pharmacyThe Internet if full of scary stories about the presumed side effects of Viagra – some of them even claim that you can go blind, deaf, infertile, have a heart attack, get your penis cut off, or die. As a result, many of our first-time clients are reluctant to buy Viagra, Cialis, or other ED drugs, even though they desperately need them. Every day, we get dozens of messages asking for clarifications concerning side effects, and most of them begin with, “I’ve read on one website that…”. Of course, most of these stories are just “fake news”, which spread fast due to their sensational (even though untrue) character. Some, however, are spread by resellers or very dubious “natural” and “herbal” ED remedies, who are trying to present real erectile dysfunction drugs as dangerous and something to be avoided.

Replying to our customers’ questions, in this overview Canadian Health&Care Mall technicians (read about our company: https://canadianhealthcaremallrx.com/our-company) will clarify the actual risks of adverse reactions to Viagra and other ED drugs available in Canada from large online pharmacies. As you will see, there is nothing to be afraid of; however, one should always stay careful, informed, and responsible.

1. Headache

This is probably the number one side effect that you hear about in relation to Viagra. Indeed, it is the most common: according to both official statistics and our internal data, around 5-7% of Viagra users experience short-term headachs, usually due to the vasodilating effect of sildenafil (that is, it makes your blood vessels expand). Please note that Viagra is very specific – it does concentrate on the blood vessels inside the penis much more than elsewhere in the body; still, the arteries and capillaries in the brain can expand somewhat, too. Usually such headaches go away in about an hour and never lead to migraines. In fact, many of our clients reported only getting a headache the first time they used Viagra. If you do develop this side effect, don’t let it spoil your evening: take your usual headache pill.

2. Flushing

This means that your skin becomes red – usually on your face and sometimes hands. It affects around 2% of users and presents no health risk whatsoever (though it can understandably make a man feel embarrassed). The reason for flushing, just like headache, is the dilation of blood vessels and increased blood flow. In fact, the blood flow inside the penis intensifies sixfold during an erection! Of course, nothing on that scale happens in your face, and Viagra, Cialis, and other ED drugs offered by Canadian Health&Care Mall do a very good job of only targeting the smooth muscle of the penis, thus avoiding a general increase of blood flow throughout the body. If you do experience flushing, it is probably because your blood vessels lie very close to the skin – you may be one of those people who become red after drinking wine or being outside in winter. Once again, nothing to worry about.

3. Indigestion

Our intestine has smooth muscle that makes it contract and relax, pushing the digested food forward. In this smooth muscle, another PDE enzyme is found – a close relative of PDE5, which is inhibited by sildenafil, tadalafil, and other anti-ED compounds. In 1-2% of Viagra users, the PDE compound in the intestine is temporarily affected, creating the sensation of indigestion and cramps. However, most of such cases are actually due to the wrong choice of dishes eaten together with a Viagra pill! As we have written more than once, fatty, heavy meals and Viagra don’t go well together: the metabolism of fat requires a lot of energy, which slows down the onset of Viagra. On the other hand, the increased blood flow to the penis detracts energy and “attention” of your body from the digestion, leading to pain. The solution is to eat only light meals when you take Viagra: a filling salad (without mayonnaise!), some grilled lean meat or fish, and fruit.

4. Blurred vision and change in color perception

This reaction is in fact quite rare (we have received less than 10 reports over the whole existence of our pharmacy, considering that we have thousands of clients), but it gets a lot of media attention because it is such a striking side effect. The color perception change, in particular, can come as a shock to a man taking Viagra – normally, one starts seeing everything in bluish color, as if through a light-blue glass. This effect has a similar cause to the others: the retina of our eye contains a PDE enzyme, which normally prevents the eye capillaries from getting dilated too much. You have to be a particularly sensitive, genetically predisposed person to experience this, however, since the PDE in the eye is not affected by Viagra to any significant degree. It has to be noted that it is mostly the older versions of Viagra and Cialis that cause this effect; new, fourth-generation drugs, such as Viagra Professional or Cialis Super Active, have a much lower risk of affecting other PDE enzymes in your body.

5. Blindness

This is one of our top picks for the scariest Viagra story; and interestingly enough, it is not all “fake news” – two men in different countries did partially lose their vision after taking Viagra. What headlines fail to mention is that they both suffered from an extremely rare genetic disorder of the eyes, called retinitis pigmentosa. This illness affects the quality and composition of blood vessels in the retina; in fact, any sudden change in blood pressure in the eye can cause damage to the eyesight in such people. As we have said before, Viagra can expand your blood vessels – and in the vast majority of people it is safe. The chances of you personally being not just a carrier, but actually suffering from retinitis pigmentosa is exceptionally low; and in all other cases, Viagra cannot do any permament harm to your eyes.

6. Priapism

The story about a man getting his penis cut off is unfortunately true. That man took a whole pack of Viagra at once, wanting to impress several girls with his marathon performance. In that he succeeded but became a victim of a severe side effect called priapism. The name comes from the ancient Greek god Priapus, protector of agriculture, who was always shown with a gigantic erect penis. In humans, priapism is a prolonged, painfully large erection that doesn’t go away on its own for hours. It is a rare but very severe reaction that generally only occurs as a symptom of an overdose. If you follow our guidelines and only take one Viagra pill every 24 hours, you don’t risk developing priapism. But if you do get a very prolonged erection that does not subside even in the absence of stimulation, seek medical assistance immediately – such an uncontrollable erection can permaently damage your penile tissue!

7. Hypotension

It is known that Viagra can lower your blood pressure (which, of course, follows from its vasodilating effect: blood vessels expand, but the heart keeps pumping with the same force, which reduces the pressure). For a healthy person, this is nothing to worry about; however, you should be careful not to drink too much when taking Viagra, since alcohol has a pressure-lowering effect, too. For people who suffer from chronic hypotension, Viagra can be dangerous: as the Canadian Health&Care Mall never ceases to repeat to customers, you should NOT take Viagra if you have hypotension. This doesn’t mean that there is no solution for you; we advise you to try the herbal supplement Yagara or the innovative ED drug Stendra, which has much fewer side effects.

8. Dizziness and fainting

According to the data we collected among our customers, around 3% feel dizzy after taking Viagra. Sometimes it can prevent you from having sex right away, but the side effect normally goes away within an hour. Most often, it is simply a symptom of low blood pressure. If you get your blood pressure measured regularly and know that you don’t suffer from chronic hypotension, then relax; however, if you are not sure what your usual blood pressure level is, we advise you do go a check-up: if you suffer from hypotension, you will need to take measures urgently.

9. Runny or congested nose

It is usually the capillaries in our nose that react fastest to changes in pressure; in fact, many get runny nose after drinking wine. And some of you have probably experience terrible bouts of runny nose after swimming in a chlorinated pool. On the other hand, when we have a cold, only a few drops of a vasodilating medicine is usually enough to unblock your congested nasal channel. With such sensitivity, it is no surprise that Viagra, with its vasodilating action, can affect your nose. It can be quite inconvenient if you are planning a hot sexual marathon; this effect is usually short-lasting, but if you are really bothered by it, simply try another ED drug instead of classic Viagra – for example, Levitra, Cialis professional, or any other among dozenz of potent pills available from Canadian Health &Care Mall.

10. Nausea

This one is rare, but it does happen – we have heard about 5 such cases from our customers. Understandably, you cannot have sex when you feel nauseous, and getting such an adverse reaction should get you worried. If you feel nausea after taking Viagra, go to a doctor (and don’t take any anti-nausea pills!). In such cases, the problem is usually solved by trying another ED pill, with a different active ingredient – for example, tadalafil or avanafil. Levitra in particular is not known to cause nausea at all.

One important thing to remember is that when we speak of “common” side effects, we mean that they are more common than others – not that they are just common or affect a large proportion of users. In fact, only about 7% of all men taking Viagra experience any adverse reactions at all, and only 3% have to switch to another ED drugs because of them. So don’t believe scary stories on the Internet: your actual chances of developing a serious reaction are very, very low. If you do get side effects, we invite you to tell the customer support team of Canadian Health&Care Mall about it – our highly qualified technicians will be happey to advise you on possible substitutes.

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