Can I Take Viagra Alongwith Amlopres At

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Kbm Says:
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I am taking amlopres at for hypertension and lately I am having some erectile problem. So can I take Viagra to solve my erectile issue.



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walle Says:

I am taking amlo-denk 5 at for hypertension and lately I am having some erectile problem. So can I take Viagra to solve my erectile issue.



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Verwon Says:

What have your recent blood pressure levels been?

Viagra is not safe to take, if you have low blood pressure, because it could cause it fall even lower, which may put your life in danger. Thus, you should only take it, if your doctor approves.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, runny nose and priapism.

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