It is still known all over the globe and some herbal supplements even market themselves as the "herbal Fildena." It relaxes the muscles, and increases blood flow in particular areas of the body, and common side effects may include warmth or redness in the

It is still known all over the globe and some herbal supplements even market themselves as the "herbal Fildena." It relaxes the muscles, and increases blood flow in particular areas of the body, and common side effects may include warmth or redness in the

Filagra, the active ingredient in Fildena, is also marketed as Revatio, which is indicated for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension to improve exercise ability and delay clinical worsening in men and women. Fildena begins to exert its therapeutic effect within one hour with the duration of effects lasting for up to four hours. The dose of Fildena may be increased to 100 mg or decreased to 25 mg based on therapeutic response and tolerability.

 

Possible side effects associated with treatment with Fildena include flushed skin, nausea or abdominal pain, congestion in the nose, diarrhea, vision clouded with a blue tint, headache and digestive problems. By inhibiting phosphodiesterase, Fildena enhances the effect of nitric oxide allowing for smooth muscle relaxation and increasing blood flow to specific areas of the body in the presence of sexual arousal or stimulation. Because Fildena dilates the blood vessels and can reduce the blood pressure, it may increase the blood pressure-lowering effect (hypotension) caused by enalapril and Betapace.

 

A: Although Fildena (Filagra) does not directly interact with coumadin, Betapace (sotalol), Lanoxin (digoxin), or enalapril, it should be used cautiously in patients with underlying heart conditions. Fildena begins to work within about an hour and the effects can last for up to four hours. Q: What's the problem with taking Fildena occasionally two times in the same day, maybe 12 or so hours apart?

 

Taking Fildena with a nitrate medicine can cause a serious decrease in blood pressure, leading to fainting, stroke, or heart attack. Can Fildena cause a drop in blood pressure resulting in exhaustion? Q: My husband is on blood pressure medications and tried Fildena.

 

A: Whoever told you that there was a coffee that has the same active ingredient (drug) as Fildena (Filagra) was misinformed. Fildena is indicated to treat erectile dysfunction in men. A: Fildena (silfenfafil) ( ///drugs/Fildena ) is a phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor (PDE5).

 

Levitra (vardenafil) is similar to Fildena (Filagra), as it lasts about 5 hours (Fildena (Filagra) lasts about 4 hours), but it is the one that works the fastest. That only worked for about 6 months I tried 150mg, 2 different times and that produced the desired effect. I started out with 50mg of Fildena, after about two years I moved up to 100mg.

 

A: Most insurance companies will not cover the cost of erectile dysfunction drugs, and Medicare will not either. Scientists are looking at other drugs in women with sexual dysfunction who either say they're uninterested in sex or that sex provides little pleasure.http://efildena.net/it/