Suhagra is a trading name of the active ingredient Sildenafil citrate. This is an exact pharmacological copy of Viagra, and it has the same chemical formula, mechanism of the action and has the same efficiency but a low cost.
The active ingredient of Suhagra inhibits PDE5 enzyme which is responsible for the blood circulation in the penis. In case of the high activity of this enzyme, the blood circulation is affected in the tissues of the penis, and so a man has an erectile dysfunction.
Suhagra stimulates a natural blood flow to the cavernous bodies, so that a man has erection. A biological activity of the drug lasts for about 5 hours during which a man may have several sexual intercourses. Suhagra significantly reduces time of the recovery between sexual intercourses.
Suhagra does not cause a sexual desire and does not cause a sexual arousal. The drug works if a man has a sexual desire but a sexual dysfunction does not let to have complete sexual activity.
In what dose is Suhagra used?
If you need a help of Suhagra for the sexual activity, you should take a pill of Suhagra 100 mg one hour before sexual intercourse. A pill of Suhagra 100 mg should be entirely swallowed and taken with water. Take the pills on an empty stomach only because fatty food slows down the uptake of Sildenafil in the blood.
In 30 minutes, Sildenafil reaches the systemic blood flow and launches the erectile mechanism. In an hour, the maximal efficiency of Suhagra is achieved and a man can start a sexual intercourse.
Take Suhagra 100 mg not more than once per day. Sildenafil is excreted from the body within 24 hours, and therefore more frequent application of the pills may cause an overdose and side effects. If you had side effects after the use of Suhagra 100 mg, reduce the daily dose and take ½ of Suhagra 100 mg next time.
Suhagra does not affect the functions of the cardio-vascular system and does not lead to the change of the heart rate. Nevertheless, people having one of the following diseases should avoid taking the drug:
- Severe arrhythmia
- Heart failure
- Closed-angle glaucoma
- Cerebral aneurism
A rehabilitation period after myocardial infarction or stroke should be a year, and the use of Suhagra is contraindicated during this period.
Suhagra is not prescribed men under 18 years old and women.
If a man had an allergic reaction to Viagra or other drug containing Sildenafil, he must not take Suhagra.
The simultaneous use of Suhagra with other drugs for the treatment of the erectile dysfunction and donators of the nitrogen oxide is contraindicated. There is a risk of the development of the overdose symptoms.
A side effect of Suhagra appears in rare cases. These are light or moderate symptoms in the form of headache, dizziness, and blurred vision. According to the results of the medical studies, the frequency of the side effects does not exceed 3-4%. But a risk of the side effects grows during the incorrect application of the drug in high doses.