Viagra For Heart

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Katryn Says:


My husband had a Mitral valve replacement and bypass pluss he has heartfailure. He is taking Lasix 40mg,Plenish k,Carloc 12,5mg,Prexum 4mg,Warfarin 5mg,Spiractin 25mg,Lexamil 10mg. As he is impotent the doctor gave him Viagra. He used it once but start feeling funny, his face was red, he got very warm and felt sick but other wise nothing happend. What do you suggest was the dosage to strong, and can he use something with the medication that he is taking aspessialy with the warfarin.



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Verwon Says:

Viagra contains the active ingredient Sildenafil and it actually works by helping to regulate blood flow, so the side effects he experienced can be normal and have been known to occur in some people that take it.

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And with such a complicated medical history and his being on so many medications, he is really best served to handle this with his doctor. He may see some improvement simply by adjusting the dosages of some of his other medications, or by switching to something else.


What doctor prescribed the Viagra? Was it the same doctor that's handling everything else?

Does he have a cardiologist?

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Katryn Says:

No it was the GP. And yes he has a cardiologist. We will take it up with him then when he goes for his yearly checkup. Thank you.

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