Suhagra (sildenafil citrate) is the drug in tablet form used to remove the signs of erectile disability. Some think that Suhagra produces an instant erection and use medicine as an aphrodisiac, which is an incorrect way to use the drug. Suhagra is not meant for use by men without erectile problems or as an enhancer of libido.
- Manufacturer: Cipla Ltd.
- Active substance: Sildenafil
- Indication: Erectile deficit
- Medication form: Film-coated tablets
- Available doses: 100 mg
- Maximal daily dose: 100 mg
- Onset time: 60 minutes
- Effect duration: 4-8 hours
- Alcohol compatibility: Poor
Suhagra is taken with water as needed, 60 minutes before the sexual act. Swallow the tablet without chewing and wash down with water. The drug will remain active for the ensuing 4 to 8 hours.
Remember that Suhagra brings a drop in blood pressure, so avoid combination with alcohol, as it too has a hypotensive action.
Suhagra is a safe drug that has a few fleeting side effects. You may experience headache, diarrhea, nasal discharge or stuffiness, and facial redness. In some cases, you should ask your doctor for a dose reduction to minimize the adverse reactions. The maximal recommended dose is Suhagra 100.
Caution should be taken in patients with cardiac conditions low blood pressure. Other diseases that are incompatible with the use of sildenafil are kidney or liver insufficiency, Peyronie’s disease, NAION, stomach ulcer, blood cell diseases, and some other conditions as indicated by your doctor. Suhagra is not intended for use by minors and men without diagnosed erectile dysfunction.