Seizures After Taking Viagra And Cialis

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Lucy Says:
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My husband had been seizure-free for 14 months. Started taking Viagra & Cialis and he had a seizure about a week after the first time taking Viagra and has been having a lot of seizure activity since and feels terrible. He takes seizure meds, medical marijuana and other meds.



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Verwon Says:

Was he taking both of them at the same time? He should only have been taking one of them, under doctor's approval.

However, the FDA does warn that they've both been known to cause seizures, or to increase the risk of seizures as side effects, along with priapism, and runny nose.

What other medications is he taking?

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