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Suhagra is a tablet for erectile dysfunction that helps you get stronger and longer-lasting erections. It works within 30–60 minutes of taking it and lasts for up to four hours.
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Suhagra is an erectile dysfunction treatment for men. One Suhagra tablet becomes effective within 30–60 minutes of taking it. It widens blood vessels near the penis, which allows blood to fill it and make it erect.
When these blood vessels become too tight, men can find it difficult to get an erection.
Suhagra contains an active ingredient called sildenafil, which helps to improve the circulation of blood to the penis, and gives stronger, longer-lasting erections.
The active ingredient in Suhagra, sildenafil, is a PDE5 inhibitor. PDE5 is an enzyme that tightens blood vessels in the penis. Sildenafil helps to stop this from happening by making these blood vessels expand, allowing blood to circulate in the penis. This helps you get and keep an erection strong enough for sex.
Sildenafil remains active in the body for up to four hours, which however doesn’t mean it’ll give you an erection that lasts for four hours or longer. In case it happens, you should talk to your doctor as soon as possible.
Suhagra is a generic treatment for ED, while Viagra is a branded medication.
They both contain the same active ingredient, sildenafil, and both work in the same way, but there are certain differences.
Viagra was launched by a company called Pfizer, and has been a branded treatment ever since. The distinctive, diamond-shaped blue pill that you see is a characteristic unique to Viagra.
The company who makes Suhagra doesn’t have these branding rights, and so it’s known as a generic treatment. They’re one of many companies that make generic versions of Viagra, whose products can differ from one version to the next in colour and shape.
Manforce, Androz and Cavetra are further examples of generic types of Viagra.
Sildenafil Citrate (VIAGRA) Improves Erectile Function in Elderly Patients With Erectile Dysfunction: A Subgroup Analysis. Oxford Academic. [online]. The Journals of Gerontology: Series A, Volume 56, Issue 2, 1 February 2001, Pages M113–M119.
Swallow the tablets whole with water. It can be taken either with or without meals. You should avoid taking more than one tablet, or more than 100mg, in any 24 hour period.
If the dosage doesn’t work as well as you’d like it to, speak to your doctor. Suhagra only works if you are stimulated sexually.
If you get any side effects, talk to the doctor.
Suhagra can take longer to become active if you take it with a large meal.
Alcohol and Suhagra are not thought to interact with each other, but drinking alcohol in excess can lead to erectile dysfunction. So, you should drink alcohol in moderation only.
Suhagra is available in 25mg, 50mg and 100mg doses.
You’ll usually start on a 50mg dose. This works for most men on the first or second attempt.
Your doctor may decide to reduce your dose to 25mg if the 50mg dose causes mild side effects, like a headache or blocked nose. If you have any kidney or liver problems, let your doctor know; they’ll most likely prescribe a lower dose.
In some instances, the 50mg dose may not give you a sustained erection. In these circumstances only, your doctor may prescribe a 100mg dose.
Suhagra is usually effective on the first or second occasion.
Clinical trials of the effectiveness of various doses of Sildenafil, the ingredient in Suhagra, have shown the following results:
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