Suhagra pills are oval in shape, coated in blue and feature a mark for halving the dosage – 100 mg. The remedy is recommended to be taken 20-30 minutes prior to an anticipated sexual intercourse with a glass of water. The optimal initial dosage to start treatment is 25 mg, following a gradual increase if a non-significant effect is achieved. Fatty foods and alcohol may have a negative impact on the effectiveness, so mixing them with Suhagra is not recommended as well. The 65+-year-old individuals are advised to take 50 mg or more.
Suhagra cannot be used by individuals under 18 years old, those suffering from intolerance to sildenafil, host nitrate-containing medications (e.g. nitroglycerin) and nitric oxide donators. The preparation must be used cautiously in cases of retinitis pigmentosa, sickle cell disease, priapism, by people prone to internal bleeding, or those who have deformation of the penis.
Professional consultation before the drug administration is required in case an individual suffers from cardiovascular, gastrointestinal or other chronic diseases and cancer.
The probability of side effects is minimal in case patients take their doses in the prescribed amounts. However, the first intake of the drug may be accompanied by dizziness, changes of color, light nasal congestion and intestinal disorders.