Lovegra (Sildenafil). Manufacturer: Cipla.
Indications for use
Lovegra is recommended for use in women only. The pills are used to treat sexual dysfunction and reduce various symptoms of this disorder, including the following:
- Difficulties in achieving an orgasm
- Low sensitivity of genital tissues
Advantages of Lovegra
It’s difficult to admit that you have sexual dysfunction. However, if you admit that you have this problem, the solution may turn out to be simpler and faster than you think.
Women choose Lovegra, because it helps them to:
- Significantly improve sexual function
- Enhance sexual arousal
- Achieve an orgasm easier
- Improve the quality of orgasms
- Increase satisfaction during sexual intercourse
No long-term treatment is required. The drug begins to work after the use of the first pill.
In addition, you can order Lovegra online and get this medication delivered to the indicated address in a discrete package. This is not only convenient, but also guarantees confidentiality.
Lovegra pills are used shortly before the planned sexual activity. The drug action lasts 4-5 hours. If you take a pill and don’t have sex, you will not feel any changes in your body.
- Form of administration: oral
- Dose: 100 mg
- Frequency of use: as needed
- Maximum dose: 100 mg
Do you want to get the maximum effect of Lovegra? Here are some tips for a safe and effective treatment:
- Take Lovegra at least 30 minutes before a sexual intercourse.
- Wash the tablet down with water, so that it dissolves faster in the stomach.
- Never use more than one pill within 24 hours.
- Avoid consuming much alcohol; this may reduce the effectiveness of the treatment.
Another important point is that Lovegra works faster, when used on an empty stomach. When taken with high-fat foods, the absorption rate of the drug decreases.
Mechanism of action
When two people are ready for or already proceeded to a sexual intercourse, a number of reactions take place in the body. It all starts with sexual arousal, and you can’t imagine good sex without it.
Sexual arousal leads to the release of nitric oxide, which stimulates blood flow to the female genital organs. If the blood flow is not strong enough, this causes a number of problems.
Lovegra restores sexual function in the body by reducing tension in the blood vessels and a number of muscles. Widening the blood vessels, it increases the blood flow. In particular, this leads to muscle relaxation, lubrication of the vagina and labia enlargement.
The pharmaceutical name of Lovegra (Sildenafil) is quite boring - PDE5 inhibitor. The medications of this class are well studied and have been used for a long time in medicine. For example, low doses of Sildenafil (20 mg) are prescribed to children and adults with pulmonary hypertension.
What to do if you’ve missed a dose?
You are unlikely to miss a dose of Lovegra, as this medicine is used on an as-needed basis.
Exposure to moisture, heat, light, and air can damage any medicine. Store the original Lovegra in a dry place at room temperature between 15°C and 30°C. Avoid storing the pills in the bathroom or any other places, where humidity and temperature may fluctuate.
This may seem obvious, but you need to make sure that Lovegra pills are kept out of the reach of children.
Some medicines can interact with Lovegra and can either reduce the effectiveness of Lovegra or increase the risk of side effects.
If you are taking the following medicines, do not start treatment without preliminary consultation of your doctor:
- irregular heartbeat medications
- stenocardia medications
- high blood pressure medications
- HIV medications
Important! Lovegra increases blood circulation. You should understand that this is achieved through the expansion of blood vessels. Never use Lovegra with nitrates or any other vasodilators.
Do not take Lovegra with grapefruit juice. It changes the amount of Sildenafil that is absorbed by the body. Small doses of alcohol do not interact with Lovegra, yet they can affect the sexual function in a negative way.
Tell your doctor:
- If you have any cardio-vascular problems.
- If you have multiple myeloma (bone marrow cancer), leukemia (blood cell cancer), sickle cell anemia (an abnormality of red blood cells).
- If you have a blood clotting disorder (such as hemophilia) or a stomach ulcer.
- If you notice a sudden decrease in vision.
- If you have kidney or liver problems.