Viagra (Sildenafil) without Prescription

Viagra (Sildenafil Citrate) allows men with erectile dysfunction (ED) to achieve and sustain an erection when sexually aroused.

A Home Pharmacy pharmacist will run through a checklist to ensure Viagra (Sildenafil Citrate) is right for you. This will only take a few minutes and includes a heart and blood pressure check.

That’s it, you’re done! Repeat supplies will only take a few minutes, provided your health hasn’t changed since your original visit.

There are no consultation or repeat fees, and we’re open 7 days.

Viagra (Sildenafil) FAQ

How long does it take for Viagra (Sildenafil) to work?

An average of, Viagra becomes effective in just under one hour whenever you take a tablet on an empty stomach. For Viagra with more than two units of alcohol or after dinner that’s high-fat content, it might take more than one hour to work.

Sildenafil takes effect within an hour of being consumed. It should then be effective in helping you to get and maintain an erection for 4 to 6 hours. However, the speed and efficiency of Sildenafil does depend upon how much food you have had to eat, as well as your alcohol consumption. For best results, take it without food (or with a low-fat meal) and without alcohol, and allow an hour for it to take effect.

Can you buy Viagra (Sildenafil) over the counter?

Simply pop into Home Pharmacy. You don't need to make an appointment. A Home Pharmacy pharmacist will run through a checklist to ensure Viagra (Sildenafil) is right for you. This will only take a few minutes and includes a heart and blood pressure check.l.

How to take Viagra (Sildenafil)?
  • Viagra should be used one hour before sex on an empty stomach (consuming dinner with a high-fat content could make Viagra act slower)
  • The results of Viagra last from four to five hours, and you should not take it unless you intend to have sex.
    You should not drink multiple or two units of alcohol as this may make Viagra less effective and increase the danger of side effects.
  • You must never take multiple Viagra tablet at any given time without consulting your doctor.
  • Viagra shouldn’t be used within 24 hours of taking Sildenafil, Cialis or Levitra.
How does Viagra (Sildenafil) works?

​Viagra (Sildenafil) works by increasing blood flow to the erectile tissue of the penis. Viagra (Sildenafil) does not have an effect on your sexual desire but will improve your erection when you become sexually aroused.

Viagra functions increasing the flow of blood to the penis whenever a man experiences sexual arousal, thus helping to attain and maintain an erection. Alternatives to Viagra include Cialis, Levitra, Spedra and Sildenafil which all work in a similar way.

Whenever a man is sexually aroused, his brain sends signals to the muscle cells in his penis to relax. This advances the flow of blood to the penis which produces an erection. Erectile dysfunction occurs when this process is disrupted.

Viagra temporarily ensures that the procedure works normally. It causes the muscle cells in a man’s penis to relax which advances the blood flow, thus increasing the likelihood of getting an erection. However, Viagra is not an aphrodisiac and still requires sexual arousal to work.

How effective is Viagra (Sildenafil)?

Viagra has been shown to be effective in 75% of men with erectile dysfunction. How a particular man responds to Viagra greatly is determined by the underlying cause of his erectile dysfunction, the severity of any underlying cause and their education of sexual stimulation he experiences.

If Viagra does not improve your erection the very first time you take it, don’t give up. The cause of this might be due to any number of factors, and certainly not that Viagra is an ineffective treatment option. In most circumstances, it is preferred that you do not try an alternative treatment or older dose until you have tried Viagra at least eight times.

How long does Viagra (Sildenafil) last?

The results of Viagra can last between four and five hours. This does not signify your erection can last that long – simply that you will have the ability to attain an improved erection for that amount of time.

Tablet sizes include 25mg, 50mg and 100mg. You should not increase the dose without first consulting your doctor.

What are Viagra (Sildenafil) side effects?

Very common (occur in 1 in 10 people)

  •  Nausea/headache

Common (affect between 1 in 10 and 1 in 100 people)

  • Stuffy nose
  • Indigestion
  • Dizziness
  • Changes in vision (blue tint or blurring)
  • Skin flushes on the face (redness)

Uncommon (affect between 1 in 100 and 1 in 1000 people)

  • Tiredness
  • Muscular aches and chest pain
  • Dehydration
  • Numbing sensation or hypersensitivity to pain or touching
  • Vomiting
  • Noticing a ringing or other noise in the ears (tinnitus)
  • Heart palpitations and an increased heart rate
  • Sensation of spinning or vertigo
  • Skin rashes
  • Evidence of blood in urine or semen (or bleeding from your urethra)
  • Pain or discomfort within the eye – may include blurred or double vision, watery eyes, eyes appearing bloodshot, increased sensitivity, bleeding in the eye

 

Rare (affect between 1 in 1000 and 1 in 10,000 people)

  • Lightheadedness leading to fainting or passing out
  • Problems hearing
  • Nosebleeds
  • Increased or decreased blood pressure
  • Stroke (cerebrovascular accident) or other heart related medical conditions

 

Frequency Unknown But Very Rare

  • Prolonged erection, or persistent painful erection of the penis (priapism)
  • Unstable angina/irregular heart beats (arrhythmias)
  • Seizures or other epileptic reactions
  • Sudden death due to heart attack
  • Severe flaking of the surface layer of the skin (toxic epidermal necrolysis)
  • Extensive blistering of the skin (Stevens-Johnson syndrome)
  • Mini-stroke (transient ischaemic attack) or loss of blood supply to the brain

 

How to decrease the risk of Viagra side effects

  • Avoid alcohol – more than two units of alcohol can have effects not only on the time Viagra takes to kick in, but may also disrupt a person’s ability to gain an erection.
  • Avoid recreational drugs – Recreational drugs such as ‘Poppers’ and ‘Room Odourisers’ can contain Nitrates which may potentially cause a fatal interaction with Viagra. Many recreational drugs can cause dangerous interactions with Viagra, so please consult your doctor for more information.
  • Take a lower dose – By taking a lower dose than normal you may experience fewer side effects and still get the benefits of the treatment. Please consult your doctor (via your Patient Record or your local GP) if you are considering lowering your dosage.
  • Potentially take with food – It is generally recommended to take Viagra on an empty stomach, but to reduce side effects you can take it with food. However please remember that this may also reduce the effectiveness as it delays absorption, so some trial and error may be required to locate a balance that suits you.
  • Check the interaction of prescription medicines with Viagra – Due to Viagra’s effect on blood pressure and the cardiovascular system, certain medicines can react dangerously with Viagra. This includes alpha blockers, medicines for heart attacks or strokes, nitrate based medicines or medicines which treat liver or kidney failure.