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Suhagra is an oral treatment for impotence that is chemically equivalent to Viagra. It contains Sildenafil Citrate and is the same as Viagra in safety, strength and performance.


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Suhagra is an oral treatment for impotence that is chemically equivalent to Viagra. It contains Sildenafil Citrate and is the same as Viagra in safety, strength and performance.

Who should take Suhagra?

Most men may experience erectile dysfunction at some point in their life. If you are looking for the same results as Viagra but at a discounted price, then Suhagra is a great choice.

Taking Suhagra & the right dosage

Suhagra takes 30 minutes to an hour to work. So, it is recommended that you take your dose at least one hour before you wish to have sex.

You can have Suhagra before or after a meal.

Suhagra is usually available in a wide range of dosages like 25mg, 50mg and 100mg.

50mg is the ideal starting dose for most men. However, if you are above the age of 60 or have some medical conditions, then you may want to start with a lower dosage of 25mg.

If you have received the 100mg dosage pill, then you can use a pill splitter to split the pill into 4 pieces and use the lowest dose of 25mg.

You should strictly use only the prescribed dosage in a 24 hour period. Any extra dose may lead to severe health complications.


Store Suhagra in a cool and dark place at room temperature. Do not store it in a place where it can get exposed to direct sunlight or moisture.  

Keep it away from children and pets.

Safety Information/ Warning Precautions

Before using Suhagra, you should consult a physician and discuss about your medical history. If you have any medical conditions or are using any prescription medicines or dietary supplements, then inform the physician about that to avoid the risk of a drug interaction.

Suhagra may not be suitable for you if:

You are below the age of 18
You have high blood pressure
You have leukemia, myeloma or some other type of cancer
You have blood cell problems like sickle cell anaemia or haemophilia
You have ulcers in the stomach
You are using prescription medicines called protease inhibitors which are used for the treatment of HIV or Hepatitis C.
You have a deformity of the penis like an unnatural curvature or peyronie’s disease
You have hereditary eye problems like retinitis pigmentosa or non-arteritic ischaemic optic neuropathy (NAION)
You have kidney or liver disease
You have a history of cardiac problems or have recently recovered from a heart attack or stroke

Do not use Suhagra if:

You are a woman
You are allergic to PDE5 inhibitors
You are allergic to Sildenafil Citrate
You have been asked to restrict vigorous exercise due to poor cardiac health
You are using other similar drugs like Levitra, Cialis or Generic Sildenafil
You are using Nitrate based medications or recreational drugs

Drug Interactions

Suhagra may interact with some medications. So if you are using one of these, then inform your physician in advance before you use Suhagra.

Antifungals like Ketoconazole or Itraconazole
Antiarrhythmic drugs like Quinidine, Procainamide, Amiodarone or Sotalol
Macrolide antibiotics like erythromycin or clarithromycin
Protease inhibitors used for treating HIV

Suhagra has been linked to the following:

Heart Attack: If you have cardiac problems and indulge in sexual intercourse, it may cause severe stress on your heart causing a heart attack.

Priapism: A painful erection that lasts for more than 4 hours. It can cause permanent penile damage.

Sudden Loss of Vision: Some users have experienced sudden vision loss while using PDE5 inhibitors like Viagra.

If you experience any of these conditions, then seek immediate medical assistance.

Side Effects

The most common side effects of Viagra are:

Stuffy Nose
Back Pain
Muscular Pain
Mild vision problems

These side effects usually subside by themselves in sometime as the body gets used to Suhagra.

Some uncommon but potentially dangerous side effects are:

Severe allergic rash
Uncontrolled vomiting
Bleeding in the eye
Rapid heartbeats or arrhythmia
Hearing problems
Dry Mouth
Blood in the urine
Muscle tenderness
Chest Pain

You should see a doctor immediately if one of these side effects occur.

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