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Suhagra – Completes your Journey to Manhood

Suhagra is an oral medication which is used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men. Suhagra tabs help to enhance the blood flow to the penile arteries giving a strong and stiff hardness to the male organ. Suhagra is often known as Viagra as they both contain he same chemical component called as Sildenaffil Citrate.

Erectile Dysfunction and Causes:
Erectile dysfunction is a disorder noticed in men’s reproductive organ. The male organ becomes lifeless and weak and the individual suffering from it cannot perform sexual activity and is always depressed and frustrated. There are various reasons that lead to erectile dysfunction, earlier it was thought that erectile dysfunction was noticed only in old age men, but these days even young and middle age men suffer from erectile dysfunction. The main cause of impotency in young men is unhealthy lifestyle like excessive smoking and excessive consumption of alcohol. In middle age men the main reason of impotency is psychological stress, depression, fatigue, anger etc.

Suhagra is a medication which is available in various dosages like 50mg and 100mg. The recommended dosage is 50mg. Suhagra treats impotency in men by enhancing the blood flow to the penile region which is blocked by an enzyme known as PDE5. This is one medication which can bring back a man’s lost confidence.

The effect of this medication starts to show up in 30 to 40 minutes once the medicine has been consumed and the effect lasts for about 4 to 6 hours, which is considered a good enough time to perform the sexual activity.

How to use Suhagra:
•    The recommended dosage is 50mg; it is advised not to increase the dosage without doctor’s approval.
•    The dosage can be increased to 100mg if the 50mg pill does not help but it is recommended to inform your physician.
•    Suhagra needs to be consumed at least 30 minutes prior to performing the sexual activity.
•    Suhagra is a medication which will not work if a person is not sexually stimulated.
•    This medication should never consumed more than twice in a day.
Side Effects of Suhagra:
•    Headache
•    Dry mouth
•    Diarrhea
•    Dizziness
•    Abdominal cramps

These side effects will fade away once the body gets used to the medication, but in case of prolonged effects it is recommended to inform your doctor immediately.