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What is the difference between Viagra and Sildenafil?

May 21, 2021 Erectile Dysfunction

Fear has a crippling effect on people and men are certainly not excluded from this. Yet, in the modern society in which we live, erectile dysfunction (ED) is rarely talked about openly and it remains a topic most men fear to discuss.

While the problem is widespread and many men lie awake at night stressing about it, it can also damage their self-esteem and even ruin their relationships. All this while providing an easy medical solution is just a phone call or a click away.

Determining the true origin of ED and treating the condition effectively is entirely possible and with the right medication, it can bring great relief to men. Each case is unique, but in general, unrealistic and obsessive concerns about sexual performance are often the main causes. However, it is important to undergo a medical examination so that other underlying causes can be eliminated or addressed.

Although ED treatment can be offered in several ways, a doctor will often prescribe medications such as Viagra or Sildenafil to treat the condition effectively. It is important to understand that medications such as Viagra treat the symptom, not the root cause.

 

What are your treatment options?

Treatment can include anything from a wide range of oral tablets to intercave nous injections, physiotherapy, a penis pump or sex therapy and psychological treatment, depending on your needs and degree of severity of your condition.

Did you know that SimplyMeds is a registered online pharmacy in the UK where you can buy any over the counter or prescription medications online?

The most common form of treatment usually includes prescription medications such as Viagra or Sildenafil, so let's take a look at the difference between the two.

 

Viagra

Viagra is one brand name of a drug that is used to treat erectile dysfunction. Since its launch in 1998, this powerful tablet with its distinctive shape and blue colour has helped millions of men across the world to enjoy a normal and healthy intimate life again. In the medical profession, they are known as phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors, which work by relaxing the blood vessels that feed the male organ.

Viagra can be taken in single doses (25mg, 50mg or 100mg)) daily, and because the tablet is absorbed by the body very quickly, it starts to work in less than an hour and could last as long as four hours. It is recommended that you take the Viagra tablet with water or milk if you prefer, and if you experience any side effects, you should discuss it with your doctor or pharmacist immediately.

 

Sildenafil

The only difference between Viagra and Sildenafil, is possibly the price as the tablet can also be taken daily to treat the symptoms of ED. Sildenafil is a generic medication and also one of the most popular ED prescription medications available these days, and it is also more affordable. It is available in three different strengths, namely 25mg, 50mg and 100mg, but you should discuss your symptoms and your needs with a healthcare provider for the appropriate dosage first.

This article is purely informative and not intended to be a substitute for medical advice so always discuss any possible side effects with a healthcare provider who knows your medical history or consult your doctor or pharmacist for the best treatment for your condition.

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