Instructions For Use
How to Use Sildenafil
Viagra is the official brand name for the chemical substance called Sildenafil. Sildenafil is actually the active ingredient in both Sildenafil and Viagra. It’s somewhat confusing, but it’s really not that difficult to understand. It has citrate in three different doses: 25, 50, and 100 mg. Sildenafil may have some other filler ingredients included, too.
Sildenafil (Viagra) Dosage and Use Information
Before you start any new supplement, you should talk to your doctor. You don’t want to begin any new supplement without first talking to your doctor. It would be very unwise. Your doctor can tell you what dosage you need to take. The typical dose is 50 mg, and it should be ingested from between one and four hours before you're planning on having sexual intercourse. You shouldn't take it more than one time in a single 24-hour period.
Forgot a Dose?
Don't worry. You can take it later on, just as you were.
Keep on taking the medication, just as your doctor instructed you.
Take a good look through the instructions leaflet before you start taking it.
If there are any questions you have, feel free to ask your doctor. Don't hold anything back.
Use the drug as described by your doctor. Don't deviate from what he says.
You must store the tablets in the container they came in.
Store them in a place where your children can't reach them. Never take the drug after its expiration date has passed.
If you suffer from a kidney or liver disorder, you may not be able to take it at all or have to take a lower dose. Your dose might just be 25 mg per day.
Special Instructions for Elderly People
There is a bigger chance of side effects after the age of 65. Your standard dose will probably be about 25 mg per day.