|Silagra is yet another alternative to the expensive Viagra. Its active ingredient is Sildenafil Citrate, a proven effective compound used to treat male impotence. Silagra is manufactured by Cipla, so you know it's safe.|
How to Take Silagra
Silagra should be taken about 1 hour before you engage in sexual activity. It should be ingested with a glass of water. You do not need to take Silagra with food. Do not exceed the recommended dosage of one Silagra pill per 24 hour period. If you do accidentally take more, contact the local emergency room or poison control center as soon as possible.
Tell Your Doctor
Before you take Silagra, let your doctor know if you have:
When taking Silagra, be on the lookout for any changes in your vision. If you completely lose vision in one or both eyes, contact your doctor immediately.
Like any medicine, there are many potential side effects from taking Silagra. If you experience any of the following, contact your doctor as soon as possible:
The following side effects might also be noticed. These are minor, but you should consult a doctor if they are recurring:
If you take any of the following medicines, you should refrain from taking Silagra:
If you take any of the following medicines, Silagra may cause an interaction:
Store at room temperature, away from direct sunlight. Keep in a tightly sealed container.