Monday, December 22, 2008

Vitamin V


Vitamin V is one of the few drugs approved[by FDA] for the treatment of Pulmonary hypertension[increased BP in lungs]
apart from this its also used in altitude sickness and sometimes in sports to increase stamina...

how many of u guys are taking it???

p.s-
Vitamin V is also called as Viagra/blue pill/Sildenafil..[u can guess its obvious use now]
source-myself

21 comments:

Gazal said...

"used in altitude sickness"...i didn't know that!!!

Drwiz said...

Thats something handy :) Always wanted to use...But never got a chance ;)

Grey said...

lol ! Increase stamina ? lol !

Satish Bolla said...

u got me guessing abt this vitamin V until i read it's names.....

Meghna said...

hey.....wers the anniversery psot u wer tlkng of?

Ghost Particle said...

hey bro, yeh ive read about its in pulmonary hypertension. some patients here take them once or twice a day (i dont remember) too keep their bp in lungs low. hemm...but its expensive considering you have to take it daily right.

brocasarea said...

@ gazal...its never too late to learn:)

@ drwiz...lol:D

brocasarea said...

@ grey...to increase their blood supply:)

brocasarea said...

@ meghna...see dec 16th post:)

brocasarea said...

@ ghost...yeah its costly...almost 400rs for one pill!!!...exploiting the public!!

Adorable Pancreas said...

Really? ;)

Prats said...

Vitamin V... Lolllzzz
I never knew that doc...

Now I have another fact to take dig on my pals... thanks a lot...
:-)

brocasarea said...

@ prats...welcome:)

Saranya said...

Oh..that was a new piece of info, Really. Vitamin V for pulmonary hypertension! Hmmm....! thanks.

brocasarea said...

@ saranya...welcome:)

Vani said...

oh..Vit V is used to treat Pulmonary Hypertension.. Thats News to me. Thanx

brocasarea said...

@ vani...welcome:)

priya said...

*straight face*

brocasarea said...

@ priya..???!!!

Arun Kumar said...

vitamin v....seriously they must have thought of some other alphabet....

u gave it a try ??? :-) :-)

brocasarea said...

@ arun..not yet;)