Silagra for Erectile Dysfunction
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Silagra for Erectile Dysfunction

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Men who complain of erectile dysfunction can now find relief in taking Silagra tablets 100mg. These tablets will help them get and maintain a hard erection that's just right for sexual activity. This happens when blood flow to the penis is insufficient.

How does Silagra 100mg work?

Silagra tablets 100mg relaxes the penis' blood vessels, thereby increasing blood flow to it and causing an erection, the way that the body responds to sexual stimulation. However, for Silagra 100 mg to work, you need to be sexually aroused. This medication should be taken an hour before sexual activity. It will give you an erection within the next 30 minutes and it will last for 4 hours. Silagra 100 will not be effective if you are not sexually aroused.

How to take this medication

Take one tablet of Silagra 100 mg with a little water about an hour before sexual activity and without taking eating anything. However, if you have had a large meal before you took the tablet, you will have to wait longer for it to act. Do not exceed one tablet per day if you plan to enjoy sexual activity. 

Side-effects

Usually, Silagra 100mg tablet is well-accepted by users, but rarely, men do complain of side-effects. The commonly experienced ones are facial flushing, headache, indigestion, dizziness, diarrhoea, nasal congestion and rash. The more serious ones are unusual heart beat, burning or stinging urination, need to pass urine more frequently, blood in urine, blurred vision, fainting and nasal bleeding.  More on Homepage

Who should not use Silagra?

Do not use Silagra 100 mg if you take nitrate medication as it could lead to a fall in blood pressure; or if your doctor has advised you against sexual intercourse due to your heart problems or if you have just had a heart attack, liver disease, very high or low blood pressure, eye disease or retinitis pigmentosa.

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