Silagra is a chemical analogue of Viagra which has identical pharmacological characteristics and restores an erectile function in men. It contains the active ingredient Sildenafil citrate.
The main difference of Silagra from the popular brand Viagra is a low cost. Both drugs have similar amount of Sildenafil – 100 mg, and therefore the action to the erectile functions of these medicines is identical.
Sildenafil restores erection by means of the action to physiological functions of the body. This medicine does not cause psychological and medical addiction, can be used for a long time, and does not cause severe side effects.
The mechanism of action of Silagra is based on the recovery of the intense blood circulation in the penis during the sexual arousal. This process occurs due to Sildenafil which dilates vessels and the cavernous bodies are filled with the blood. The action of Silagra begins only during the sexual arousal and does not work without sexual stimulation.
In what dose is Silagra used?
Silagra should be used before the sexual intercourse. Sildenafil is absorbed into the systemic blood flow and begins the action to the vessels within 40-50 minutes after the use, and therefore it is useful to take Silagra one hour before the sexual intercourse.
Take Silagra on an empty stomach, with a full glass of water. This way, you will accelerate the action of the medicine and will faster have a strong erection.
The standard dose of Silagra is 100 mg to improve potency. Silagra 100 mg can be used every 24 hours (once per day). The frequent use of the medicine can cause unpleasant side effects.
If you feel migraine, skin rash, severe nausea during the use of Silagra 100 mg, the dose can be reduced by two times and 50 mg Silagra is used. The pill can be broken into 2 parts. After the beginning of the action, Sildenafil will maintain erection of the man within 4 hours.
The side effects of Silagra may be avoided, if the medicine is not used with alcohol, and if the tablets are taken not more than once per day.
If precautions are observed, the side effects are hardly probable but in some cases, the adverse symptoms can be as follows: dizziness, light nausea, pain in temple and back of head, and red face.
If the man has cardiovascular diseases, the use of Silagra can cause rapid heartbeat and change of the blood pressure. Controlling the symptoms of the side effects, you can decide whether you continue the sexual intercourse, or wait till they pass. The side effects usually pass within an hour.