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Synonyms for Viagra

virility drug (trade name Viagra) used to treat erectile dysfunction in men

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The average age of men who took the study was 65 years old and six per cent of them had taken Viagra.
Viagra became the nation's first oral ED medication in 1998 when it was approved by the FDA.
On March 27, 2012, Pfizer will lose its patent for Viagra, according to the U.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates can claim to be the region's largest per capita consumers of Viagra.
In a June letter to the head of the FDA, Grassley noted that internal FDA documents showed that Pfizer "resisted the FDA's initial request to update the Viagra label to include information about NAION risks.
The formulation used to treat pulmonary hypertension contains a lower dose of sildenafil than Viagra does, but patients are expected to take it three times each day.
It can occur in men who are diabetic or have heart disease, the same conditions that can cause impotence and thus lead to Viagra use.
The cases emerged after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced it was investigating reports of eye problems among users of Viagra and the similar drug Cialis.
Department of Health and Human Services called an "unintended consequence" of a Medicaid law that requires prescription drug programs to include Viagra.
At the time Viagra was first marketed, there were reports that some men saw everything as blue or green while the drug was in their system.
FAKE Viagra tablets with a street value of more than pounds 1million have been found in a bin bag.
The erectile dysfunction pill Viagra has become something of a recreational street drug for many gay men, and now San Francisco health officials are asking the federal government to treat it as such.
One would have thought that most over-the-counter sex products would have disappeared with the new safe and effective drugs for male sexual dysfunction, like Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis," says urologist Irwin Goldstein of the Boston University School of Medicine.
Consider these staggering statistics: Nine tablets of Viagra are dispensed every second worldwide.
There has been speculation that the increase in trade is linked to the release of Viagra onto the global market.