LOVEGRA-100 MG (1X4 tablets)
Sildenafil Citrate is the prime acting ingredient. It is categorized as a vasodilator from the PDE5 group. In simple terms, the ingredient dilates blood vessels in the vaginal region. However, know that it is not an aphrodisiac and will only work in the presence of adequate sexual stimulation.
Effectiveness ranges in an excess of between 4-6 hours.
Consumption results in a raise in both sensitivity and blood flow to the vaginal region, which can proceed to allow for better lubrication and increased sensitivity during intercourse. As with men, symptoms and conditions in women can be physiological or psychological in origin. It is recommended to begin with no more than 50mg of Lovegra for first time use. Dosage can gently be increased in the next use if needed. Tablets can easily be broken in half using pill splitters. Please note, this medication is not fit for use during pregnancy unless specifically prescribed by your GP.
Though further research is currently underway, a number of medical professionals have begun prescribing sildenafil citrate.
Lovegra was developed for women and is a form of sildenafil citrate in tablet form. Tablets are available in packs of 4. Currently, recent openness to female sexual conditions has allowed for conditions like FSD (female sexual dysfunction) and FSAD (female sexual arousal disorder) to be adequately addressed.
Follow these instructions to make the most of your medication.
- Never exceed the safe dose; 100mg for 24 hours.
- First time female patients are recommended to use no more than 50mg of Sildenafil.
- Peak affect is realized an hour after consumption however effects can be noted within up to 45 minutes.
- Medication remains effective between 4 – 6 hours after consumption.
- Adequate water must be taken along with tablet when consumed
Alcohol consumption diminishes effect of medication.
Certain side effects might be noted on occasion. Common side effects of Lovegra include:
- Flushing or facial redness
- Congested nose
- Dry eyes
- Mild Nausea
These reactions usually result from low water intake can usually be rectified by drinking more water.
Uncommon side effects of Lovegra include:
- Lightly blurred vision
- Slight cyanopsia (blueness in vision)
- Light sensitivity
The side effects above usually lessen as your body accustoms its self to medication. They do not indicate any alarm bells or a need to cease use.
Serious side effects of Lovegra include
- Priapism (painful erection that lasts longer than 4 hours)
- Severe vision impairment
- Severe decrease/loss in hearing
The above side effects are rare. However, in case you do experience any of these, stop using it and immediately seek emergency care.
Lovegra may be unsuitable for some.
Patients getting treatments for the following medical conditions should consult their physician prior to administering Lovegra:
- Heart-related diseases (such as heart attack, stroke, or severe arrhythmia)
- Cardiovascular diseases (such as ventricular outflow obstruction, and aortic and idiopathic hypertrophic subaortic stenosis)
- Cardiac failure, or other diseases causing acute coronary syndrome (unstable angina).
- Hypotension (BP <90/50) or Hypertension (BP >170/110), and other Blood Pressure-related diseases such as severe impairment of autonomic control of blood pressure.
- Sickle Cell Anemia or other types of anemias
- HIV (specifically patients being treated with protease inhibitors)
- Recipients of organ donation
Patients administering the medicine types listed below should NOT take Lovegra:
- Amyl Nitrate (slang: poppers)
- Medicines for Organ Donor recipients
- Nitroglycerin medicines
- Nitroprusside medicines