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When purchasing Viagra online, there are a few things you should know. Take a look at these frequently asked questions to make sure you order the FDA-approved medication and not a fake.

 

How much does Viagra Cost?

Authentic Viagra costs about $38 a pill. It's important to know the price, because so many fraudulent websites try to lure in customers with low prices. If you see Viagra being sold for $6 or $10, it's a red flag. It's highly likely that the medication you'll receive won't be medication at all. It will be some sort of a concoction that scammers are trying to pass off as the real thing. That's not to say that all prescription drug websites are bad, but you should pay about the same price for Viagra online as you would through a brick and mortar pharmacy.

 

Is there such a thing as generic Viagra?

No. If a medication is advertised as a generic form of Viagra, the government considers it an illegal substance. The problem is a lot of people don't know this piece of information. They go online and purchase what they believe is a safe generic version of Viagra only to get a counterfeit medication. Bottom line, there is no such thing as generic Viagra. Don't buy it; it could be dangerous to your health.

 

How can you tell if a website is legitimate?

This is a tough question to answer because it's so easy to create a professional looking website these days. However, a legitimate pharmaceutical website should have the following information easily accessible:

 

• An address in the U.S.
You want to make sure the company is located in the U.S., with a real street address, not a P.O. box.


• Contact information
If you receive medication from this company, can you contact them with questions? A contact form via email is not enough. Make sure there is a phone number you can call should you have any questions. Most reputable sites incorporate a 24-hour chat or IM service into their website as well.


• An About Us section
A legitimate company will go to great lengths to share information about itself. Make sure there is an About Us page that offers some background about the company.


• Ability to purchase small quantities
The first transaction you make with a company should be a small one. Purchase two or three pills and make sure the transaction goes smoothly and the medication makes it to your home. Your first order should never be in bulk.

 

Where does fake Viagra come from?

Most fake medications come from China and South America, where pharmaceutical laws are more relaxed. However, federal authorities are seeing an increase in the number of counterfeit Viagra pills showing up from a variety of different countries.

In most cases, these pill factories set up shop in one location for a few weeks or months and close down to avoid getting caught by police. However, reports indicate that some of these make shift factories are able to pay off law enforcement officials and continue to operate while authorities look the other way.

 

How does Pfizer keep counterfeit pills off the market?

In an effort to track FDA-approved, safe medication like Viagra, Pfizer places a small tracking chip on each bottle. This little chip acts like a fingerprint, allowing the company to track each shipment and ensure the medication is obtained legally. The company also uses a special barcode and a certain kind of ink on its labels, which is costly and difficult for counterfeiters to reproduce.

 

Does it really matter if I buy fake Viagra?

Yes. A recent examination of counterfeit Viagra showed a variety of harmful ingredients in the pills. Authorities have found speed, drywall, random amounts of antibiotics and blue printer ink in so-called Viagra pills. It goes without saying that ingesting these kinds of substances can be harmful to your health.

 

The Viagra Timeline

A look at how this blockbuster pill got its start.


Late 80s

Scientists started testing a compound known as UK-92 480. It was created in hopes of helping those with high blood pressure and heart problems. That compound would later be called Viagra.


Early 90s

Researchers realize the compound doesn't do much to help heart problems, however, they did notice an interesting side effect. The compound seemed to reverse erectile dysfunction. In 1993, the first study to test the compound as a treatment for erectile dysfunction took place in England.


Mid 90s

A second pilot study shows silendafil, the compounds newest name, helps men get an erection with a one-a-day dosage. This is all the proof Pfizer needed to accelerate testing.


Late 90s

Clinical trials stretch through the mid to late 90s with promising results. The drug get a new name, Viagra, as trials involving more than 4,500 men show the medication as a safe and effective treatment for erectile dysfunction.


In 1998, the FDA approved Viagra as the first oral treatment for erectile dysfunction. It didn't take long for the little blue pill to become a household name and a highly profitable drug for Pfizer.

 

Is there meaning behind the name, Viagra?

The maker's of Viagra say the "Vi" stands for vitality and the "agra" is associated with Niagara Falls, a powerful natural phenomenon that Pfizer thought best described its new medication.

 

Why is Viagra oddly shaped?

Viagra has a rounded diamond shape to it. It is unusual and experts speculate the shape is designed to make it difficult to cut the pill into smaller portions. In an effort to save money, some doctors prescribe higher doses of medication and have their patients cut the pills in half. Viagra's shape makes is hard to cut, but there are specially designed cutters that can handle Viagra's unique shape.

 

What is Viagra and how does it work?

When a man is sexually aroused, Viagra blocks an enzyme that can make it difficult for a man to keep an erection.

To achieve an erection, a man needs a high level of a substance cGMP pumping through his blood. Men with erectile dysfunction have an enzyme (PDE5) that comes along and zaps the cGMP levels, which makes it impossible to keep an erection. Viagra blocks the enzyme, allowing cGMP levels to remain high and an erection to last.

That's why Viagra doesn't cause an erection without sexual arousal. The substance cGMP is activated when a man is turned on, so taking the pill won't cause an instant erection.

 

Is Viagra only used to treat erectile dysfunction?

No. Actually, Viagra has several uses that have nothing to do with sex. The little blue pill can treat pulmonary hypertension, which is a serious blood pressure disorder. It is also used to treat high altitude sickness and muscles spams linked to a rare disorder called Raynaud's disease.

 

How does Viagra breakdown in the body?

Viagra is absorbed quickly. On average, the entire tablet is dissolved in 60 minutes, but it can take longer if it is taken after a fatty meal. Viagra is mostly metabolized in the liver and is excreted through the body. If you have any kidney or liver conditions make sure to tell your doctor.

 

What's an appropriate dose of Viagra?

A doctor will decide the correct dosage for you, but most men are prescribed 50mg. The dose can be increased to 100 mg or decreased to 25 mg, depending on results.

 

Viagra Resources

Forbes article: Up to 70 Percent of Viagra Bought Online is Fake
Official Viagra website: Viagra.com
Pfizer: Prescribing information
WebMD: A Visual Guide to ED
PubMed.gov: Scientific research on Viagra
CBS article: Fake Viagra Could Kill You

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