Eriacta Tablets

Eriacta is a branded version of Sildenafil Citrate, which is a treatment for ED and an ideally suited alternative to Kamagra.

Erectile Dysfunction (or ED) is also known as impotence. It is a condition where men are unable to maintain a suitable erection for sexual intercourse.

The medication Sildenafil Citrate is a PDE5 inhibitor. This style of medication assists in the process of gaining and maintaining an erection in males. The drug increases blood flow to the penis, which causes a stronger erection. The body releases chemicals to reduce this blood flow under normal circumstances. In men with ED, this chemical release is strong enough to significantly reduce blood flow to the penis. Without adequate blood flow, the erection will soften and become flaccid.

Taking the drug does not cause erections without sexual stimulation, so it safe to take the medication prior to a sexual encounter with minimal risk of unintended erections.

Eriacta has the most effect on the penis between 30 minutes to an hour after swallowing the tablet. Effects can last for more than 4 hours. However in-between sexual encounters the penis will return to a flaccid state as normal.

Ranbaxy, a leading Indian pharmaceutical company, manufacture Eriacta.

Active Ingredients: Sildenafil Citrate 100mg
Brand: Ranbaxy
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Eriacta tablets
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Frequently Asked Questions about Eriacta Tablets

How are the tablets packaged?

There are 4 tablets or pills in each packet. Each pill contains 100mg of Sildenafil Citrate.

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How should I take the tablets?

You should take a single tablet 30 minutes to an hour before engaging in penetrative sex. Take the tablet with plenty of water. Avoid alcohol and fatty foods as these can reduce the effectiveness of the medication.

Don't take more than one pill per day.

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What is Sildenafil Citrate?

Please see this article on Sildenafil Citrate.

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What is a PDE5 Inhibitor?

Follow this link to learn what a PDE5 Inhibitor is.

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