What Lovegra is and how it’s used: Lovegra 100 belongs to the class of medications known as phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors. After taking it, the smooth muscle fibres regulating blood flow to the vagina relax, increasing blood flow to this organ during suitable sexual excitement. You can only induce an orgasm with the preparation if you are being sexually stimulated. You shouldn’t take this medication if you don’t have orgasm issues.
Lovegra should not be taken if you are using nitrate-containing medications or medications that can release nitric oxide, such as isoamyl nitrite. The most common use of these medications is to treat angina pectoris (chest pain). The substance has the potential to significantly boost these medications’ effects. If you take such medications, you should always let your doctor know. Always with your doctor or pharmacist if you are unsure.
If any of the product’s excipients, including sildenafil, cause your allergies or hypersensitivity,
If you suffer from a serious liver condition or a severe cardiac condition
if you have recently experienced a heart attack, stroke, or if your blood pressure is low
If you have a rare congenital retinal disease (such as retinitis pigmentosa)
If non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy caused your blindness (NAION).
Lovegra is not recommended for use by anybody under the age of 18.
Recommendations for people with liver or kidney disease: You should talk to your doctor if you have a liver or kidney condition. He will determine if the Lovegra dosage needs to be changed.
Drug interactions: Be sure to inform your doctor or pharmacist of any medication you now take or have recently taken, including over-the-counter medications. Some other medications, notably those used to relieve chest pain, can be affected by Lovegra 100mg. You should let your doctor know that you’ve taken Lovegra if you have any sudden health issues. If your attending physician does not grant you authorization to take the product with other medications, do not do so.
The mixture has the potential to significantly boost the effects of medications that include nitrates and those that release nitric oxide, such as isoamyl nitrite, which are frequently used to treat angina pectoris (or chest pain). Lovegra is not recommended if you are using such medications.
Your doctor would typically advise Lovegra in the least dose feasible of 25 mg if you are taking medications that are in the protease inhibitor class, such as those used to treat AIDS. These side effects have been reported by some patients using Lovegra together with alpha-blockers.
Postural hypotension is most likely to manifest itself four hours after sildenafil has been taken. To lessen the possibility of these symptoms, take your regular daily dose of an alpha-blocker before taking Lovegra.
The only way the product will help you experience orgasm is if you are sexually stimulated. Each user experiences the product’s start-up time differently, although it typically takes between 30 minutes and an hour. The start of the impact can be delayed if you take the product with a substantial meal. Alcohol consumption may momentarily make it more difficult to achieve orgasm. We advise against drinking excessive amounts of alcohol prior to taking this product in order to get the most out of it. Consult your doctor about the next course of action if, after using the product, you are unable to experience an orgasm or if the orgasm is insufficient to last the entire sexual encounter.
No more than one Lovegra 100 tablet should be taken each day.
A dose greater than 100 mg does not improve effectiveness, and it also increases the risk of side effects occurring or making them worse. Do not take more pills than your doctor has prescribed.