It is a well known that all men want to have lengthy and very full sex-related lifestyle. But unfortunately not all of them can have it. Some men experience from such an distressing problem as male impotence. It happens from all the nearby psychological and psychological pressures, atmosphere, and harmful way of lifestyle and so on. Anyway, when a man have issues with is penile erection, he wants to fix them as soon as it is possible and bring his sex-related lifestyle back enhanced.
There is the solution for such efficient men – impressive and very efficient medication Silagra. It is one of dental treatments for male lovemaking issues which are available on the market without any prescribed.
Silagra 100mg is an analogue version of Sildenafil produced by Cipla, pharm company from India with is highly qualified. This medicine is very efficient in treatment of erectile dysfunction. It is another generic form of Brand Viagra (Pfizer). The drug has similar efficacy as Viagra, but is cheaper. The design of Silagra tablets is convenient such a way that you can easily split it into 2 parts and to get 2 doses of 50mg instead of one dose of 100mg.
The active ingredient acts Sildenafil, its optimal dosage of 100mg contains in each tablet. Silagra is available in blister packs with 4 tablets for oral reception. For successful intercourse for about five hours, you will need to drink only 1 pill.
Do not take Silagra if:
- you are being treated for angina (chest pain) or other heart conditions, with certain medicines called nitrates. Nitrate medicines include glyceryl trinitrate (also called nitroglycerin), etc.
- you are using amyl nitrite.
- you have heart or blood vessel problems that make sexual intercourse inadvisable.
- you have suffered a heart attack or stroke in the last 6 months.
- you have severe liver problems.
- you have loss of vision in one or both eyes from an eye disease called nonarteritic anterior ischaemic optic neuropathy (NAION).
- your blood pressure is unusually high or low or is not effectively treated.
- you have an eye disease called retinitis pigmentosa.
- you have an allergy to: Silagra or similar medicines, any of the ingredients listed at the end of this leaflet.
- the packaging is torn or shows signs of tampering, or does not look quite right even if the tablets may look alright.
- the expiry date on the pack has passed.