Erectile dysfunction drugs Side effects

Side Effects of Cialis, Viagra and Levitra

Each erectile dysfunction medication (including Cialis, Viagra, and Levitra) has subtle variations in its onset of action and duration of action. Similarly, each medication will have a different set of side effects. The most common side effects are headache, stuffy nose, flushing of the face and rarely dizziness or lightheadedness.

More serious side effects of these medications (called the "phosphodiesterase inhibitors") have also been reported, including the association with blindness. The literature has not shown a convincing relationship between blindness and the medications, however. This is different than the "bluish hue" that can be seen by some patients due to a cross reaction with one of the phosphodiesterases that exist in the eye. A patient should discontinue the medication if this occurs. A patient should never be afraid to ask their doctor about the possible reactions. The side effect of headache can often be combated by taking a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication after, or at the same time of the ingestion of the ED pill.

Based on the degree of erectile dysfunction, the physician will prescribe a varying dose of the medication. Typically, a low dose will be tried first. The goal will be to give the best erectile response while minimizing the side effects. Higher doses may bring about stronger side effects (for example, worse headache or facial flushing). If the erection is not satisfactory, the dose can be raised. Anecdotally, it seems that not all medications will work the same in all people. This means that one medicine may work better than others in different people. Also, some patients may have a personal preference of the medication that they would like to try first. This may be the result of television marketing or hearing a friend's experience.

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Short term side effects of using the drugs can include erectile dysfunction, dehydration, loss of appetite and exhaustion.
Long term use of the drugs can induce paranoia.
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