Viagra and Melanoma Skin Cancer

Things You Need To Know About Viagra

Viagra or sildenafil is a drug product produced by Pfizer designed to enhance the male’s sexual performance by increasing the blood flow to the male organs. It relaxes the muscles from the veins of a penis and increase it blood flow allowing the organ to expand and hardens. It is used for erectile dysfunction or commonly called impotence, it is also beneficial for men who suffers from pulmonary arterial hypertension and improves capacity during sexual intercourse. While Viagra is effective for many, it has also recently been linked to Melanoma Skin Cancer, which has resulted in many lawsuits and legal complications for Pfizer. Viagra is designed particularly for men and it is not intended to use for women. Also before anything else, make sure that you consult the doctor before purchasing Viagra, not to state the obvious.

What are the things to consider before Viagra’s intake?

If you have chest or heart problem and you are using nitrate drugs, it is highly recommended not to take drugs like Viagra. Taking both Viagra as well as other nitrate drugs can cause serious blood pressure issues that could potentially lead to heart attack, stroke and inevitably even death. Viagra’s effects usually will last for about four hours, however, if the erection is painful and it lasts longer than four hours, you should consult with your doctor.

Keep in mind that Viagra’s intake is only once a day, unless otherwise approved by your doctor. To ensure that you are capable of using such supplement, make sure you’re up front with your doctor about any preexisting medical conditions such as the following:

  • Bleeding Disorder

  • Ulcer

  • Liver or Kidney diseases

  • High blood or low blood pressure

  • Blood cell disorder

  • Deformation of penis

  • Heart attack

The typically mentioned side effects of Viagra are:

  • Sudden loss of vision
  • Sudden loss of hearing
  • Nausea, stomach aches or vomiting
  • Invasive headaches or migraines
  • Heart attack
  • Stroke

If any of the side effects mentioned above occurs, you need to stop taking the medication immediately and consult with your doctor. While these side effects are serious, they are disclosed when a patient is prescribed the medication, so there isn’t much one can do with suing the drug manufacturer for compensation when one of these side effects occurs.

So what’s the deal with Viagra and Melanoma Skin Cancer?

Lately there are many recent lawsuits coming to surface related to Viagra causing melanoma skin cancer. Patients who have been diagnosed melanoma skin cancer while using or after using Viagra may be entitled to fair compensation. Hundreds of lawsuits have already veen filed, if you have an issue with Viagra and Melanoma skin cancer, you need to consult with an expert lawyer today!

Have you developed Melanoma Skin Cancer while taking Viagra?

If you’ve suffered serious side effects from taking Viagra or a related drug, and especially if you’ve been diagnosed with melanoma skin cancer, we want to hear from you! Our professional lawyers have successfully handled many cases where Viagra and Melanoma have been linked in a medial diagnoses. Fill out the form on this page or give us a call at (888) 260-9494, we can help you get the compensation you deserve!