Nizagara is a Phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitor drug that is used to treat periodical and permanent erectile dysfunction. It is an effective solution to erectile dysfunction. It gives back the confidence that a man needs by giving him an erection that he and his partner expects satisfactory sexual intercourse.
The drug gives the patient a pocket-friendly choice against other drugs from the same class, while offering the same effects.
Men of advanced age use Nizagara as erectile dysfunction knocks in with the advancement in age. Young men who may have had a weak or flaccid erection also use the drug to achieve and/maintain an erection strong enough for sexual intercourse.
Patients with heart problems such as pulmonary hypertension are also administered with Nizagara as it lowers the blood pressure.
Nizagara is available in the form of blue rounded pills. The tablets may contain 25, 50, or 100 mg of Sildenafil Citrate.
Nizagara also contains tadalafil, vardenafil, udenafil, and avanafil in its composition.
The composition of Nizagara controls the flow of blood in a man’s body when needed, helping erectile dysfunction to give a better sex life. The smooth muscles in the blood vessels are relaxed, leading to an increased flow of blood into the penis. This helps the penis to achieve and maintain the desired erection.
The drug should be kept away from moisture, heat, light, and out-of-reach children.
How Should This Medicine Be Used?
Nizagara should be administered according to the prescription given by a doctor.
This drug must be taken orally using pure water in 30-45 minutes before the proposed sexual intercourse. It can be taken with or without food, although fatty meals should be avoided as they slow down the drug’s results.
Posological Scheme & Dosage
The doctor’s instructions should be followed to the letter while administering Nizagara. In 24 hours, a patient should not use more than one tablet. The drug should also be taken within 4 hours before the sexual activity. This is because the effect of the drug lasts for about 4-5 hours.
The administration and dosage of Nizagara greatly depend on the patient’s underlying health issues, such as allergies, blood and heart problems, issues with eyes, BSP, kidney disease, thyroid disorders, and penile curvature and other similar problems.
The recommended daily dose of this drug in a single day is 50 mg. In case of an overdose, the chances of experiencing side effects increases.
Just like any other drug, Nizagara can cause various side effects on the patient. These side effects include:
- Chest muscles pain
- Vomiting from time to time
- Stomach upset
- Pain in the upper side of the back
- Pain and swelling of the hand and feet
- Nose bleeding
- Allergic reactions
- Ringing in the ears
- Painful and prolonged penile erection
- Eye problems
- Loss of consciousness
- Numbness or burning sensation on hands and feet.