Can Taking Two Blue Tablets At Once Be Dangerous?
I am very worried about my husband’s condition … because my husband is taking 2 blue pills at once. Is very dangerous
Hello Ms. Irma,
The blue pill or Viagra® that is used for strong medicine is sildenafil. There are blue pills that contain 25 mg sildenafil, 50 mg and 100 mg. To overcome erectile dysfunction, use a dose of 50 mg taken 30-60 minutes before intercourse, then a maintenance dose of 25-100 mg before intercourse. The maximum dose of one day is 100 mg. You may not take sildenafil more than once. Although generally safe, this drug can be fatal risk for someone who has a fear.
Make sure your husband gets a prescription for sildenafil from the doctor and follows the instructions. If an overdose of the patient may experience dizziness, vomiting, visual disturbances, prolonged erections. or heart attack. At this time if your husband drinks it accidentally and is known to have a dose of more than 100 mg, you can take your husband to the doctor for further examination. If the dose is less than 100 mg and there are currently no symptoms, you can monitor it and advise your husband not to repeat the action.
Sildenafil may not be used on:
Patients taking nitrate drugs (usually heart drugs
Men who experience erectile disorders because of heart disease and blood vessels
Patients with severe liver disorders and kidney disorders
Low blood pressure
Have a stroke or heart attack that just happened
Having abnormalities in the retina.
Erectile disorders should be checked by a andrologist, so the cause can be identified and treated according to the cause.