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FAQ About Sildenafil This Holiday Season? Curtis Has Answers!

It may take a few more steps, but it’s worth it to speak to a doctor and purchase your ED medication from a licensed neighborhood pharmacy with someone who is available to answer your questions at any time. Sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra® is available in a generic 20mg tablet and is cheaper than Viagra.

How Long Does It Take To Affect Me?

You can’t get an erection by taking Sildenafil alone. It should work within a half-hour of taking the drug for those who aspire to be sexually aroused. But these effects and results will vary from person to person.

What Happens If You Take Too Much?

You can cause permanent damage to your reproductive organs by taking too much. You could also faint from low blood pressure. Don’t increase your risk of side effects.

Ask your doctor or pharmacist at Curtis if Sildenafil is safe to take daily.

  • What Are The Side Effects?
  • Nausea
  • Muscle pain
  • Stomach pain
  • Inability to sleep
  • An erection that lasts longer than usual
  • Headache
  • Stuffy nose
  • Blurred vision

Does Sildenafil Work On Females?

There are studies and reports that suggest that Sildenafil, while manufactured and marketed for males, has an application for females with sexual arousal issues – particularly women who are post-menopausal. Read the study here.

How long does Sildenafil stay in your body?

It typically lasts two to three hours, and one dose should never stay past six to eight. But a higher does might change this time frame.

What is the difference between Sildenafil and Viagra?

The biggest difference is branding. All contain the same active ingredient, sildenafil citrate. They also have the same effect.

What is the difference between Sildenafil and Tadalafil?

Tadalafil (known commercially as Cialis) is designed to last 24-36 hours, for individuals whose sexual arousal period is less predictable. Both have shown to be successful in their intended use.

I found these drugs online. Can’t I purchase these easier?

Many drugs and herbal remedies found online are not regulated by the FDA. Some of these may contain fertility drugs and antibiotics, and worse, some may be entirely counterfeit. Many estimate that more than half of all ED drugs online are fake, and may contain ingredients such as talcum powder, paint, and printer ink. Unregulated drugs from unknown companies also may not contain the right dose.

Why do I need a consultation with my doctor or pharmacist?

If you purchase ED drugs online without a prescription, you are choosing to put drugs in your body without consulting a medical professional. If you have a history of heart disease, or take blood thinners or alpha blockers, you could be at an increased risk of these side effects. Buying a “herbal remedy” that might contain real ED drugs can leave you at risk, as well.

What are some of the financial drawbacks of shopping for E.D. medication online?

If you are going to give your debit/credit card information to an unknown company that operates overseas or in Canada, you are forgoing your consumer protection rights afforded to you by shopping at your local pharmacy. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Canadian pharmacies that ship prescription medication to the U.S. are not subject to Canadian regulatory authority. Some online pharmacies will sell your information to third-party solicitors that can turn into a nightmarish scenario. You could be subject to harassing telemarketers for years with little to no recourse. Curtis Pharmacy has a clearly stated privacy policy that protects your personal information.

End ED for less this holiday season with Curtis!

Trust your local pharmacy to help you through the hard times, and the not-so-hard times. In some of the most stressful months of the year for yourself and your significant other, safety and security is the key to a more pleasurable holiday experience!