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Is Viagra a Blood Thinner?

If you are considering use of Viagra, you may wonder, is Viagra a blood thinner? The answer is no. Viagra works by dilating blood vessels in the desired part of the body. Blood thinners work by reducing the rate of blood clotting and have no effect on the blood vessels themselves. However if you are taking another vasodilation medication, the combined effect can be harmful. As a result, it is wise to speak to a doctor before taking Viagra.

by Susan White on Sat, 09/11/2010 - 17:19

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