Generic Viagra and other drugs

Generic Viagra may have serious interactions with other medications. It means that generic Viagra should never be used with certain medications including:
•    Nitroglycerin and all medications containing nitrates;
•    Medications which are used to treat hypertension.
The concomitant use of Viagra with medications which can lower blood pressure can cause dangerous drop in blood pressure and be even fatal.
Some medications may change the generic Viagra effects, increasing or decreasing the concentrations of the drug in the blood. Before consuming generic Viagra with other medications check at your doctor’s if these combinations are safe.
Generic Viagra can interact with:
•    Alpha-blockers
•    Antifungals
•    HIV protease inhibitors
•    Macrolide antibiotics
•    Narcotic analgesics
The listed above medication may increase the risk of Viagra’s side effects.
The medication Bosentan or rifampin may decrease Viagra’s effectiveness.
Generic Viagra should not be mixed with any other medical treatments for erectile dysfunction, including: tablets, pills, injection medications,implants or vacuum pumps.