Silvitra is a new combination therapy drug, including such powerful erectile dysfunction solutions as Sildenafil and Vardenafil in its compound. Combination of those drugs makes Silvitra the number one option for patients with ED, who desire to get a long and stable erection.
Dosage and direction
Usual dose of Silvitra doesn’t exceed one tablet once daily, an hour before sexual activity. Note that Silvitra doesn’t cause erection without stimulation, acting only when it’s needed. Do not overdose the medication. Silvitra is not addictive and can be used by patients from 18 to 90 years old.
Please, consult your doctor before you take Silvitra for the first time. Attentively read the leaflet included into the package before you take the drug. Never overdose Silvitra. Keep it away from children.
It’s necessary to consult your doctor before taking the drug. Patients with hypersensitivity (allergy) to any of the drug’s component should avoid taking Silvitra. The history of heart diseases should not take the drug without a thorough consultation with a medical specialist. Patients with hypotension should avoid using Silvitra.
Possible side effect
Adverse effects of the drug include nausea, problems with digestion, fatigue, dizziness, vertigo and eye reddening. You may also get vision disorders and headaches. Patients with allergy to the drug components may suffer from hypersensitivity to light, flushes, and insomnia. Those side effects are rare and usually show in patients who have neglected the safety recommendations.
Silvitra belongs to a class of PDE5 inhibitors and should not be taken together with any nitrate-based medications. Patients should avoid taking the drug together with other antihypertensive medications.
In case you have missed the dose of Silvitra, take the tablet as soon as you remember it. Do not take more than one tablet of Silvitra once daily.
If you have overdosed the medication and got exposed to the side effects of the drug, please, contact your doctor immediately for an advice or medical help.
Store Silvitra in a dry place at room temperatures. Do not expose it to direct sunlight. Keep the drug away from children.
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