Lovegra 100 mg
Lovegra is a women drug for sexual dysfunction treatment. Its main ingredient is sildenafil citrate and it comes in tablet form with 100 mg strength. It is prescribed to increase libido and manage sexual arousal disorders. The pill starts working in 40 minutes and can be taken as needed by healthy women to achieve utmost satisfaction during sexual congress.
What is Lovegra?
Lovegra is a medicine specially developed for women with sexual dysfunction problems. It is available as pink pills with 100 mg strength. Each pill contains 100 mg of sildenafil citrate as active ingredient. The pills work by improving blood supply adequate for increased sensitivity of the female genitals resulting in better natural lubrication and intensified pleasure during sexual congress.
When is Lovegra indicated?
Lovegra is indicated to women with various sexual disorders, including decreased libido, sexual arousal problems. It can also be taken by any woman who wants to get the utmost satisfaction during sexual intercourse. The drug helps women to recover their sex drive by increasing sensitivity to arousal during sexual contact. The medicine doesn’t work on itself and sexual stimulation is required for results.
How to take Lovegra?
Take one pill of Lovegra 100 mg with a full glass of water. The drug starts working 30-40 minutes after its intake and its effect may last up to 6 hours. It is a good practice to start with half a dose, breaking the pill in halves. Subsequently the dose may be up-titrated if necessary. There is no need to take pills on a daily basis, it can be taken as needed. However, do not take more than 1 dose in 24 hours. Alcohol and greasy food may reduce the efficacy of the drug.
What are Lovegra side effects?
Lovegra may provoke some side effects induced by its vasodilatory action and namely: facial flushing, nasal blockage, headache, eye dryness. These side effects are minor and disappear in several hours after the drug intake. Fluid intake also helps to diminish them. To less common side effects refer blurred vision, photosensitivity and hearing loss. Although rare, immediately see your doctor if you experience any of them.
When is Lovegra contraindicated?
Lovegra is contraindicated to women allergic to sildenafil citrate and to those receiving nitroglycerin medications, nitroprusside medications, amyl nitrate or poppers, azole antifungal oral medications and organ donor recipient drugs. Women with liver or kidney disorders and women aged over 65 may need the dose adjustment. Always take drugs under your doctor’s supervision.
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