Side Effects of Penegra?
Like all medications, Penegra (sildenafil) can cause some side effects. These are usually mild & tolerable and don't last longer than a few hours. Some of these side effects are more likely to occur with higher doses of Penegra.
The most common side effects experienced with Penegra are:
* stuffy nose
* changes in vision such as blurring a blue colour to your vision
* urinary tract infection
* stomach upset
It's also worth remembering that if you suffer from side effects it is quite likely that you are taking too large a dose and reducing your dosage will reduce the side effects or even remove them altogether.
Medical advise should be sought immediately in the rare event of an erection lasting for more than 4hrs.
If you have chest pains, dizziness, or nausea during sex, stop and immediately tell your health care provider.
Penegra must be used under doctors supervision. Penegra must not be used by men who are taking any medications that contain nitrates. Nitrates are found in many prescription medications that are used to treat angina, such as Nitroglycerin, Isosorbide mononitrate (brand names: Monotrate, Vasotrate, Ismo, Imdur, Angicor), Isosorbide dinitrate (brand names: Sorbitrate, Isordil), Sublingual nitroglycerin tablets or spray (Angised, Angispan, GTN spray), Transdermal nitroglycerin patches or ointments (brand names: Top nitro, Nitroderm TTS, Myovin). Nitrates are also found in illicit drugs such as amyl nitrate (poppers). If you are not sure if any of your medicines contain nitrates, or if you do not understand what nitrates are ask you doctor or pharmacist. Penegra (sildenafil) is not approved for use in women.
There is also a potential for cardiac risk during sexual activity in patients with pre-existing cardiovascular disease. Therefore, Penegra should NOT be used in men where sexual activity is inadvisable because of their underlying cardiovascular status.
The use of Penegra offers no protection against sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV. Patients should continue to use protective measures necessary to guard against these diseases. In case of an overdose, call your physician immediately.
If you have ever suffered from any of the following conditions inform your doctor before taking Penegra (sildenafil):
* kidney / liver problems
* heart conditions (e.g. irregular heart beat, chest pain, heart attack, angina or narrowing of the aortic valve)
* high / low blood pressure
* an inherited eye condition called retinitis pigmentose
* any blood problems such as leukaemia or sickle cellanemia
* penis deformity such as peyronies disease
* an erection lasting more than 4 hours
* allergy to Sildenafil
The consumption of alcoholic beverages can temporarily impair the ability to get and keep a sustained erection. To achieve maximum results while using Kamagra, you should not drink large amounts of alcohol before taking the medication.
For what types of Erectile Dysfunction is Penegra proving to be especially effective?
Penegra (sildenafil) is showing optimal results in individuals who experience ED secondary to high levels of anxiety (performance anxiety) and individuals with mild ED.
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