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  • 20 Aug 2018
Buy Viagra online –  Safe and Affordable

Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects approximately 50% of men at some point in their lives and if it is an on-going problem it will usually require treatment. A major cause of this sexual problem is coronary artery disease (CAD). This heart condition occurs when the blood supply to the heart is diminished. Fortunately, Viagra is available to remedy ED.

How Does Viagra Work?

Erectile dysfunction is caused by an enzyme called PDE5 which breaks down another enzyme called cGMP. The enzyme cGMP is essential for achieving an erection as it produces the extra blood necessary for the penis to become erect.

Viagra tablets contain the active ingredient sildenafil citrate which inhibits the action of PDE5. This promotes a healthy build-up of cGMP so that during sexual activity, blood can flow uninterrupted to the penis, resulting in an erection.

What Is the Correct Dosage When you Buy Viagra Online?

Take one tablet 30 – 60 minutes before planned sexual activity. Do not take more than one tablet in 24 hours as this will not enhance the desired results and may lead to unwanted side effects.

Precautions and Side Effects of Viagra

Avoid alcohol consumption as it can reduce the efficacy of this medication. Avoid taking this medication with a large or fatty meal as this can delay the anticipated time that it takes for it to start working.

Common side effects that affect some people include indigestion, stuffy nose, facial flushing and dizziness. The probability of experiencing these side effects is greatly reduced by carefully following usage instructions.

Order Viagra Tablets – No Doctor’s Prescription Required

You can buy Viagra tablets without a prescription at affordable prices. Discounts apply if you buy Viagra online in larger quantities. Customer privacy is carefully maintained and delivery is direct to your doorstep. If you buy Viagra tablets, delivery in the UK takes 2-4 working days and 5-7 working days in the EU.