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Viagra â Side-Effects, Safety and Recall Information

According to the FDA, side-effects from Viagra


®* are not common, but they can occur. Tell your doctor if any of these side-effects are severe or do not go away:


· headache
· upset stomach
· diarrhea
· dizziness or lightheadedness
· flushing (feeling of warmth)
· nasal congestion (stuffiness)
· changes in vision
· breast enlargement


If you experience any of the following side-effects, call your doctor immediately:


· rash
· painful erection
· prolonged erection (longer than 4 hours)
· fainting
· chest pain
· itching or burning during urination

 




*Viagra® is marketed by Pfizer for erectile dysfunction. The active ingredient in Viagra® is sildenafil.


 

Disclaimer: The information presented here is not meant to be medical advice nor to act as a substitute for medical advice. Serious side-effects, including death, could result if one were to take any prescription medicine without the supervision of a physician.



Copyright 2003, Thomas Manaugh, PhD