Sildigra (Sildenafil Citrate) Tablet is used to treat an inability to keep the penis in an enlarged and rigid position during sexual activity, known as impotence. Use this medicine only as directed by the doctor.
This medicine helps in relaxing the muscles and thus increases the blood flow in the penis. This drug helps the penis to enlarge and keep it in a rigid state during sexual stimulation in the male.
How to use
Side effects of this medicine include headache, flushing, indigestion, dizziness, bloody or cloudy urine, blurred or altered vision, flushing, insomnia, sensitivity to light, and painful urination. If you feel any side effects of this medicine, take medical help immediately.
Before using sildenafil citrate, tell your doctor about the following medical and health history of high cholesterol, high blood pressure, severe vision loss, kidney or liver disease, low blood pressure. Eye disease, stomach ulcers, diabetes, blood circulation problem, distorted penis shape, chest pain (angina)
Before using Sildenafil Citrate Tablet, consult your doctor if you are allergic to this medicine or to any of the ingredients found in this medicine.
The use of this medicine may change the level of blood pressure in the body. Patients with a history of heart disease or stroke should monitor their blood pressure. Women should not use Sildenafil Citrate Tablet. Women who are breastfeeding should not use this medicine. Be careful while driving, using machinery, or any other activity that requires you to be alert. The use of alcohol can make you feel more sleepy.
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