Sildamax 100 mg
Sildamax is used to treat erection problems also known as erectile dysfunction (ED). It contains 100 mg of the PDE5 inhibitor Sildenafil Citrate which helps to faciliate the blood circulation. Sildamax increases the blood flow and helps to get an erection. In addition, you will find it easier to maintain an erection over a long period of time. However, it will not cause you to have an erection without sexual arousal. Sildenafil is no aphrodisiac.
If you are using Sildamax for the first time, it is advisable to take 25 mg (quarter tablet). The most common dose is 50 mg – 100 mg. The effects of 100 mg do not last longer than the 50 mg dosage. Therefore please start with a small dose. This will also reduce the side effects. Do not take more than one pill per day. Let your doctor help you with finding the right dose for you. Do not choose doses on your own. You should not ‘double up’ or take more than one pill in 24 hours. Consuming more than one pill in a span of 24 hours is dangerous. Please take this serious.
Common side effects are warmth or redness in the head, a stuffy nose and headache. Side effects often occur if you take too much Sildenafil (overdose). If you take the right dose you will most likely not have side effects such as blocked nose or flushing. Thus, do not take a full pill when using it the first time. Be aware that this is not a complete list of side effects. Continue reading to learn more about interactions with alcohol and other drugs.
It is not recommended to take Sildamax while drinking large amounts of alcohol. Sildamax might still work but alcohol increases the risk of unknown and dangerous interactions. Poly drug use is not a good idea. Stay safe. Combining Sildamax with illegal drugs can lead to dangerous interactions. Please avoid this at all costs. In general Sildamax is not dangerous and works great for most men. However, same as with other prescription drugs it is dangerous to combine them with recreational drugs. Please take care and be reasonable.
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