Viagra (sildenafil)Erectile dysfunction

Do you know why so many men take Viagra?
The answer’s simple. Taking a treatment with a history of helping men gives them the reassurance they need.

That’s because Viagra’s a clinically proven treatment that’s been helping men get their sex lives back on track for decades. It’s the original.

Now’s a good time to get going again, so ask your GP or pharmacist if it’s right for you, and remember to ask for it by name.

Viagra is available at Pharmacy
Pfizer New Zealand’s Viagra is now available directly from your pharmacist*. All you need to do is fill out a brief patient assessment form where you answer a few questions, and if it’s right for you, you may get Viagra there and then.

Tested and proven
Studies show that Viagra, with its active ingredient sildenafil citrate, produces grade 4 erections (see scale below), in 58% of users.1

Men who experienced optimal erections were also more likely to experience greater satisfaction with sexual relations as well as an increase in sexual confidence and self esteem.1

Never ignore erection problems
While the occasional difficulty with erection is common in men from their mid-forties onwards, persistent difficulty should never be ignored.

It is known that a combination of stress and fatigue can result in bedroom difficulties. When those difficulties persist, it’s time to see your doctor for a thorough check-up. The health of your erection can be an early warning sign of a range of more serious conditions including heart disease and diabetes.

*Your pharmacist must have completed the approved learning modules and you must meet the health assessment criteria.

References: 1. Mulhall JP, et al Validation of the erection hardness score. J Sex Med 2007; 4: 1626-1634

VIAGRA is an unfunded prescription medicine containing 25, 50 and 100 mg sildenafil (as citrate). It is used to treat erection problems (impotence) in men. VIAGRA has risks and benefits. Consult your doctor or talk to a pharmacist who has completed an approved training course to prescribe VIAGRA, to see if it is right for you. Use strictly as directed. Do not take VIAGRA if you are allergic to sildenafil, any of the ingredients in the tablet or are taking similar medication for impotence or a condition called pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). Do not take VIAGRA if you being treated for chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension or PAH with guanylate cyclase stimulators, such as Adempas (riociguat). Do not take it if you are being treated for angina (chest pain) with medicines called nitrates or are using substances containing amyl nitrite, have other heart conditions or blood vessel problems that make sexual intercourse inadvisable, have suffered a heart attack or stroke in the last 6 months, have severe liver problems, have unusually high or low blood pressure that is not effectively treated, have loss of vision in one or both eyes from a disease called non-arteritic anterior ischaemic optic neuropathy (NAION) or have an eye disease called retinitis pigmentosa. Very common & common side effects include headache, dizziness, flushing, indigestion, nasal congestion, temporary changes in vision, diarrhoea, urinary tract infection, rash, abnormal vision. You will need to pay for this medicine and normal doctor’s fees apply for all prescriptions.

Further information on VIAGRA is available from www.medsafe.govt.nz or from Pfizer New Zealand Ltd, Auckland, www.pfizer.co.nz Ph: 0800736 363. V11215. TAPS NA9965 PP-VIA-NZL-0043