About Sildigra 100mg (sildenafil citrate) Tablet
Impotence is widely spreading among men of all age groups. Stress, demanding jobs, and hectic schedules are affecting the mental and physical well-being of people. Sildigra 100 mg is prescribed to cure sexual dysfunction. The active ingredient in Sildigra is sildenafil citrate, which is commonly used to treat the symptoms of erectile dysfunction.
Sildigra 100mg Tablet Composition
Sildigra is an inhibitor of PDE5, an enzyme that inhibits the cGMP breakdown. cGMP accumulation enhances the effect of nitric oxide, which is a chemical that is released as a response to sexual stimulation. Sildigra requires a proper sexual simulation to show its complete effect. It is prescribed to treat problems related to gaining and maintaining an erection.
Sildigra 100 mg is widely prescribed to treat erectile dysfunction symptoms and impotence symptoms. It improves the sexual performance thus helping men enjoy an active sexual life. It is prescribed for men who have difficulty getting or maintaining an erection. It helps them achieve firmer erections and maintain them until the climax.
Sildigra 100mg Benefits
It is a safe and effective erectile dysfunction treatment often prescribed as a substitute to its branded equivalent available in the market. Sildigra 100 mg is effective in treating both erectile dysfunction and impotence by blocking an enzyme known as phosphodiesterase (PDE). Although its effect last up to 4-6 hours, but an erection is achieved upon proper sexual stimulation.
Sildigra 100mg dosage
Sildigra 100 mg should be taken orally with a glass of water. Consume a pill at least 30 minutes prior to sexual intercourse. Only one pill should be consumed at once and an overdose should be avoided in all cases. Do not consume fatty foods as they can delay the effect of the pill and do not consume alcohol when taking Sildigra 100 mg.
Side Effects of Sildigra 100mg
- Stuffy nose
NOTE: There are very rare side effects of Sildigra 100mg, but in case of any severe effects or allergic reactions contact a physician or visit an emergency room.