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IT is best known for helping millions of men boost their sex lives. But for a city father-of-three, the impotence drug Viagra is fulfilling a life-saving purpose.
Grant Crow, from Corstorphine, is thought to be the first person in Europe to take a daily dose of Viagra as part of a revolutionary treatment for a rare medical condition.
And, while not totally without its drawbacks, the treatment has had some pleasant side effects.
Mr Crow, 52, suffers from pulmonary hypertension (PH), a rare lung disorder in which the blood pressure in the pulmonary artery - which carries blood from the heart to the lungs - rises far above normal levels. The former restaurant manager and semi-professional ice hockey player noticed he was getting very breathless climbing stairs and coughing blood occasionally.

After years of tests, he was diagnosed with the life-threatening condition in February 2002

Mr Crow immediately volunteered to be part of any clinical trials or experiments on offer at Glasgow’s Western Infirmary, and was put on Viagra later that year.
Mr Crow said today: "I’m lucky. I pop three pills a day and have a reasonable quality of life. I wouldn’t be here without this treatment. Untreated, they give you two to three years to live."
Mr Crow, who played ice hockey regularly during the 28 years he lived in Canada, is no longer able to be so physically active. Even washing the car is now an effort and he has to pay someone to cut the grass.
The studies into Viagra as a treatment for PH are not yet conclusive and Mr Crow has been a guinea pig for the trial, taking three 80mg tablets a day for the last three years.

It has not yet been proved if it is better to give a large or a small dose. Side-effects can include headaches, light-headedness and flushing.

As for the more pleasant side effects, Mr Crow admitted: "Initially it was rather embarrassing, but it has certainly put a smile on my wife’s face."
Mr Crow, who is the Scottish trustee of PHA-UK and mans the association’s helpline, said he had taken a lot of calls for information, particularly from patients inquiring about his Viagra trial.

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Jim Mearns, a clinical nurse at the only specialist PH centre in Scotland, the GWI Scottish Pulmonary Vascular Unit, explained how the drug worked.
He said: "Viagra improves blood supply to the lungs and relieves symptoms such as extreme fatigue and breathlessness at rest or when in movement. At the moment, it can only be prescribed by a consultant, but studies show it works really well and I expect it to get a licence soon."
Mr Mearns said PH was incurable and the average life expectancy without treatment was 2.8 years. He said the Viagra treatment was not a cure, but was intended to relieve symptoms and extend life expectancy.

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