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If you have erectile dysfunction (ED), which is difficulty getting or keeping an erection, there is treatment and support available that can help, including medicines such as Viagra Connect.

Viagra Connect is a medicine, taken in the form of a tablet, which is used to treat symptoms of ED in men over the age of 18.

If you have a low libido, understanding the cause of this and getting help to increase your libido, may change the way you think and feel about sex. This may then help improve your erection problems.

Talk to your doctor if you have low libido. There is support available that may help, including talking to a professional such as a psychologist or counsellor. Your doctor may be able to refer you for counselling, or you can refer yourself through the NHS.

How does Viagra Connect work?

Viagra Connect relaxes the blood vessels in the penis to increase blood flow [1]. This means that you can get an erection when you’re sexually aroused. After sexual activity, your erection will go away as it normally would.

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If you have erectile dysfunction (ED), difficulty getting or keeping an erection, there is treatment and support available that can help, including medicines such as Viagra Connect.

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How should I take Viagra Connect?

If you’ve decided to take Viagra Connect to treat your erection problems you should swallow one whole tablet with some water[2,3] about an hour before you want to have sex. Don’t take more than one tablet a day[2,3].

Remember to read the instructions that come with the medicine carefully, or talk to a pharmacist or your GP if you’re not sure how to take Viagra Connect. They’ll be able to give you more information and support.

Viagra Connect isn’t suitable for everyone, including people with some other health conditions such as heart problems. Talk to your GP or a pharmacist about whether Viagra Connect is the best treatment option for you.

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How long does it take for Viagra Connect to work?

It usually takes about one hour for Viagra Connect to start working[2,3]. Most people take one tablet about an hour before they want to have sex. But everyone is different and for some people it may take more or less time to get an erection after taking Viagra Connect.

After sex, your erection should go away normally. If it doesn't, contact your GP, a pharmacist or NHS 111.

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How long does Viagra Connect last?

Once you've taken Viagra Connect, it will stay active for up to four hours [4].

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Are there any side effects to Viagra Connect tablets?

All medicines have the potential to cause side effects, however, it's important to remember that not everyone will get them. Possible side effects of Viagra Connect [3,4] can include:

  • headaches

  • sickness (nausea)

  • feeling dizzy

  • hot flushes

  • blurred vision.

If you experience any side effects after taking Viagra Connect, talk to a pharmacist or your GP. Find out more about all the possible side effects on the Viagra Connect website. If Viagra Connect isn’t suitable for you, there are other treatment options available that may help. These include:

  • vacuum pump

  • injections

  • pellets

  • cream.

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What is the difference between Viagra and Viagra Connect?

Both Viagra Connect and Viagra are manufactured by Pfizer and contain the same active ingredients, meaning that they work the same way. The main difference between the two medications is that Viagra Connect is available for customers to buy over the counter, whereas Viagra is available in higher dosages and must be prescribed by your GP [4,5].

Where can I get further support and information?
As well as talking to your GP for information and support, there are also a number of organisations and charities offering support and information.

References

  1. 1.

    What is Viagra Connect? | EP Treatment | Viagra Connect | Accessed September 18, 2020.

    https://www.viagraconnect.co.uk/what-is-viagra-connect#how-does-viagra-connect-work
  2. 2.

    Is Viagra Connect right for you? | FAQs | Viagra Connect | Accessed September 18, 2020.

    https://www.viagraconnect.co.uk/you-viagra-connect#viagra-connect-faqs
  3. 3.

    emc product information - Summary of Product Characteristics (SmPC) - (emc) | Accessed September 4, 2020.

    https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/product/7978/smpc
  4. 4.

    Viagra Connect 50 mg film-coated tablets - Patient Information Leaflet (PIL) - (emc). Accessed September 18, 2020.

    https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/product/8725/pil
  5. 5.

    Viagra 100 mg film-coated tablets - Summary of Product Characteristics (SmPC) - (emc). Accessed September 4, 2020.

    https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/product/7978/smpc