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I'm generally skeptical about the benefits of pharmaceuticals, especially in younger populations where those people haven't tried other adjustments first. I also know apoe3s should use caution with some medicines like possibly antipsychotics. What about all the popular vasodilator meds like rogaine, Viagra etc? People feel those are generally safe if prescribed?
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Theres no evidence that Viagra is a problem. Minoxidil ditto.
All vasodilators are not one class, there are many mechanisms of action. One cannot lump them together.
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My doctor assured me Sildenafil 20mg was very safe in my case.
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