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Viagra (sildenafil) is a prescription anti-impotence medicine specially designed for the treatment of patients that are unable to either maintain or get an erection hard enough to complete sexual intercourse. This drug should be taken only by people to whom it was prescribed, about an hour before having sex. You need to avoid meals high in fat to make sure Viagra is absorbed properly. The dose you are prescribed may depend on a number of factors, and medical conditions you have may also be important. Tell your doctor if you have liver disease, kidney disease, congestive heart failure, heart rhythm problems, multiple myeloma, a recent history of heart attack, stroke, or heart rhythm disorder, retinitis pigmentosa, stomach ulcer, high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, bleeding disorder, sickle cell anemia, low blood pressure, leukemia, or heart disease, as they may affect your dose. If you are taking isoniazid, antibiotics, heart or blood pressure medications, bosentan, imatinib, diclofenac, antifungal medications, cimetidine, HIV/AIDS medicines, antidepressants, enoxacin, conivaptan, or rifampin, consult your doctor first to make sure those medications do not interfere with Viagra.