My 57 year old husband takes Nebivolol HCL 10 mg. and Lisinopril/hcl 12.5. Can he take Viagra ?
- 9 Feb 2010 by theffner921
- viagra, high blood pressure, erectile dysfunction, lisinopril, nebivolol
He has high blood pressure which effects sexual performance.
22 Feb 2010
Do not take viagra if you already take angina drugs it may cause sudden drop in blood pressure.
11 Feb 2010
Usually it is not recommended to take Viagra when hypertension remedies are taken. I think your husband may try Viagra at lower doses such as 25mg and see how he will respond to the dose.
7 Apr 2010
Only Nitroglycerin is contradicted with Viagra, Ceilas
A Alpha Blocker which is used to help urine flow may be a bad combo, both should not be used on same day when using Viagra and Ceilas
3 Jan 2012
Has your husband had his Testosterone levels checked? If not be sure they check both Free Testosterone levels along with Testorterone levels. Good Book to read is Testosterone for Life. By Abraham Morgentaler MD. From the experts at Harvard Medical School.
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