Suhagra

Description

Suhagra is a complete analogue of the world famous Viagra that has its qualities and efficiency, but is not its generic. It is separately patented. Its main advantage is the minimum price and the highest quality. The price is much lower than the cost of Viagra. The composition of Suhagra, as the composition of Viagra has the same active ingredient – Sildenafil citrate. The maximum concentration of a substance in blood is reached approximately in an hour after receiving the funds. So you should  take it  half an hour before sexual intercourse. Minimum validity period is 3 hours. It should be noted that many of men who took Suhagra, celebrated not only the appearance of stable and prolonged erection, but also a significant improvement in the quality of orgasm. It doesn’t matter what problems brought you to the violation of erectile function: physiological or psychological ones, you can feel free to take Suhagra.

Sildenafil in any case, restores blood flow to the pelvic organs, improves blood flow to the penis, causing natural erection. Moreover, it not only increases the blood flow to the penis but blocks the rapid outflow of blood. It should be noted that an erection occurs as a result of receiving Sildenafil, there is no sudden. It appears only when natural sexual arousal. Before you buy medication, carefully read the instructions for use and testimonials from those who have already used this drug. Please note contraindications. Those patients who take cardiac medication, which include nitrates should be especially careful. You cannot use Suhagra in combination with other drugs against impotence, alcohol. Usually, the side effects of the drug are expressed softly. They may appear in the beginning of the reception and disappear afterwards.

Drug Contraindications

Suhagra does not affect the operation of the cardiovascular system and does not change the heart rhythm. However, the use of the drug should be forbidden to persons who have at least one disease from the following list:

  • Severe persistent arrhythmia
  • Heart failure
  • Pre-infarction syndrome
  • Rehabilitation after suffering a heart attack or stroke
  • Aneurysm
  • Hypertension is heavier than the first degree
  • Angina

This limitation is due to the fact that prolonged physical activity (including sexual intercourse) may exacerbate the disease or cause severe complications. In addition, the treatment of diseases of the cardiovascular system is usually associated with the ingestion of nitrates (the most popular of which, is nitroglycerin). Suhagra interacts poorly with such drugs, and while application there may occur the so-called “cross” overdose. Old men (over 60 years old) who want to take the drug should better start with half tablet (50 mg), and, if necessary, gradually increase dosage.

There are more severe restrictions in the presence of any severe diseases of the excretory system, liver and peptic ulcer disease: maximum single dosage of Suhagra should not exceed a quarter pill (25 mg) per day. Suhagra is forbidden to persons under 18 years of age.

Be cautious when taking the drug concurrently with alcohol (in the absence of explicit contraindications). Most often, patients report the following side effects:

  • Rush of blood to the face
  • Sensation of heat
  • Increased sweating
  • Slight headache
  • “Flies” in the eyes, blurred vision

In rare cases (less than 1% of patients), the drug can have more serious side-effects:

  • Disturbances of the heartbeat
  • Diarrhea, nausea, vomiting
  • Hypotension
  • Epistaxis
  • Impaired coordination of movement
  • Migraines
  • Allergic reactions