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All about the blue pills

Viagra is also known as the ‘blue pills’. The blue pills are prescription medication and therefore must be taken with the recommended precautionary measures in mind. If you take the blue pills as suggested by your doctor, there are less chances of side effects.

Viagra, or the ‘blue pills’ contains sildenafil citrate as its active ingredient. It works to effectively treat erectile dysfunction. Effective in about 75% of users, the blue pills may cause certain side effects if it is not taken as recommended by your physician. When used properly, this medication is very safe and effective.

What are Blue pills?

Developed by Pfizer for the treatment of impotency, blue pills are the most-prescribed oral medication worldwide. Its pharmacological name is sildenafil citrate. It has an established safety profile and works for almost 75% of users. Blue pills are safe for use by users who suffer from certain other conditions.

Blue pills increase your ability to achieve and maintain an erection during sexual stimulation; it does not produce spontaneous erections. Once ingested, the blue pills is absorbed into your bloodstream. It functions as an inhibitor to an enzyme called phosphodiesterase 5 (PDE5) which is primarily found in your penis. Effective for approximately 4 hours, blue pills are excreted as metabolites in your faeces and urine.

Precautions to take while taking blue pills

It is essential to take adequate precautions when taking the blue pills:

  • Let your doctor know if you are allergic to any of the Viagra blue pill ingredients
  • Give your medical history:
    • especially penis conditions like angulation, fibrosis/scarring
    • Peyronie’s disease your history of painful/prolonged erection
    • sickle cell anaemia
    • cancers like leukaemia or myeloma
    • eye problems like retinitis pigmentosa
    • kidney or liver disease
    • bleeding disorders
    • active stomach ulcers
    • heart problems
    • stroke
    • as well as high or low blood pressure.
    • This drug could make you dizzy or cause vision changes
  • Use your prudence when engaging in activities requiring alertness like driving or using machinery
  • Never combine the blue pill with new medications
  • Drink in moderation
  • Women or children must not use this drug

Blue pills side effects

The blue pill can cause certain unwanted side effects:

  • including headaches
  • dizziness
  • flushing
  • indigestion
  • nasal congestion
  • diarrhoea and rashes<
  • It can also cause unusual heart beat
  • changes in vision
  • persistent headache or fainting and nosebleeds
  • Additionally you could also experience a shortness of breath, wheezing or difficulty breathing
  • swelling of the face, lips and tongue
  • chest pain
  • sudden decrease or loss of hearing
  • seizures, fits or convulsions
  • priapism
  • and rarely a loss of eyesight

This is not a complete list of all possible side effects. Other known or unknown side effects can also occur.

Blue pills dosage

The recommended dose of Viagra blue pills is 50mg. The blue pill is taken on an as need basis, approximately 1 hour before sex. This pill may be taken anywhere between 4-0.5 hours before sex. Depending on your toleration of the drug and the drug effectiveness, the dose can be increased to 100mg or decreased to 25mg. The blue pill must not be taken in dosages higher than 100mg per day. The recommended dosing frequency is once per day.

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How to take blue pills?

The blue pill must be taken once per day, about 1 hour before sex. Swallow the tablet whole with a full glass of water. The blue pill works best on an empty stomach. Although, it starts working within 30 minutes to an hour, it varies for each user. Viagra will work only if you are sexually excited.