Silagra Tablets

Silagra Tablets are used to treat erectile dysfunction (impotence). They contain 100mg of the active ingredient Sildenafil Citrate, known as a PDE5 inhibitor.

The medication works by helping to relax the blood vessels in the penis. This increases blood flow through the penis. The increased blood flow helps a man keep an erection for longer.

Taking Silagra won't cause you to have an erection without arousal. The medication helps to form a natural erection when sexually stimulated. Initial absorbtion takes about 30 minutes to become effective with effects lasting 4-5 hours.

Silagra is manufactured in India by Cipla - it is their version of Sildenafil Citrate. Cipla is one of the leading erectile dysfunction medication tablet manufacturing companies in India.

Active Ingredients: Sildenafil Citrate 100mg
Brand: Cipla Inc
Availability: In Stock
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Silagra tablets

Frequently Asked Questions about Silagra Tablets

How are the tablets packaged?

There are 4 tablets or pills in each packet. Each pill contains 100mg of Sildenafil Citrate. The pills are a light-blue colour and a pointed oval shape. The blister packet itself contains branding information and an expiry date.

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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. Mixing with food can also lead to a delay in effectiveness of around an hour. Alcohol can also cause dizziness and headaches when combined with Sildenafil Citrate.

Do not take more than one pill per day. Do not take with any nitrate medications or poppers. This could cause an excessive drop in blood pressure.

We advise all customers to consult their GP prior to taking or changing their medicinal intake.

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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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