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Nizagara Medicaments

Nizagara is a PDE5 inhibitor that is used to treat both temporary and permanent male impotence. It is available for purchase in the form of round blue tablets from our online pharmacy. Nizagara contains sildenafil citrate and is available in two doses: 50mg and 100mg. Combitech Global, an Indian pharmaceutical company, manufactures it.

Nizagara 100mg, Sildenafil

How do I take Nizagara?

Because Nizagara is a generic version of Sildenafil, it should be taken in the same manner, with 1 tablet taken with a glass of water 30–45 minutes before intercourse. For most patients, the recommended starting dose is 50mg, which can be reduced to 25mg or increased to 100mg depending on the response. The effects of Nizagara are expected to last for 4–5 hours.

Precautions for Nizagara

Nizagara is only for use by men over the age of 18. Patients with a history of acute cardiovascular disease, kidney disorders, impaired thyroid function, or major penis deformities, such as Peyronie’s disease, should avoid it.

Nizagara can cause nausea, headaches, flushing, vertigo, back pain, and other side effects. When the maximum daily dose of 100mg is exceeded, the risk of these and other serious adverse reactions increases.

author: Dr. Marian Davis

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