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  • Viagra lowers the risk of death and returning to hospital after a heart attack

    Taking Viagra after a heart attack is safe and reduces the risk of death, new research suggests.

    Patients taking the little blue pill were also 33 per cent less likely to die from any cause after a heart attack.

    Despite previous evidence suggesting the opposite, scientists found it lowers the risk of returning to hospital after such cardiac events.

    The popular anti-impotence drug, as well as other similar brands, is scientifically known as a PDE5 inhibitor.

    Currently, the NHS warns men should exercise caution before taking the medications if they have heart disease.

    While it also suggests they should avoid them if they have low blood pressure, recently had a stroke or other cardiac events.

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