Suhagra 100 mg Tablet is a medicine used to treat Erectile Dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction or impotence is the inability to get or keep an erection firm enough to have sexual intercourse. Get to know how Suhagra 100 mg Tablet works, its side effects, precautions, and contraindications where Suhagra 100 mg Tablet is not suggested.
Suhagra 100 mg Tablet Active Ingredients
Suhagra 100 mg Tablet is an Allopathic drug, manufactured by Cipla Pharmaceuticals Limited. This medicine is composed of below-mentioned drug as an active ingredient.
- Sildenafil 100 mg
How does Suhagra 100 mg Tablet work?
Sildenafil helps the muscles found in walls of blood vessels relax, thus increases blood flow to particular areas of the body.
Suhagra 100 mg Tablet Uses and Benefits
This medication is used to treat Erectile Dysfunction.
Suhagra 100 mg Tablet Side Effects
Get emergency medical help if you have signs of allergic reactions like:
- Difficulty breathing
- Swelling of Face, Lips, Tongue, or Throat
Stop taking Suhagra 100 mg Tablet and get emergency medical help if you suffer:
- Heart attack symptoms may include chest pain, pain that spreads to your jaw or shoulder, nausea, sweating
- Changes in vision or sudden vision loss
- Erection is painful or lasts longer than 2-4 hours (prolonged erection can damage the penis)
Immediate medical attention is needed and advised to consult your doctor at once if you notice any below mentioned side effects.
- Ringing in your ears, or sudden hearing loss
- Shortness of breath
- Irregular heartbeat
- Swelling of your hands, ankles, or feet
- Seizure (convulsions)
Common Side Effects
- Headache and dizziness
- Blurred vision
- Runny or stuffy nose, nosebleeds
- Muscle pain
- Back pain
- Upset stomach
Suhagra 100 mg Tablet Contraindications
The following individuals should not take Suhagra 100 mg Tablet, or should check with their physician first:
- Patients who are using nitric oxide donors, nitrates, and organic nitrites
- People with severe liver impairment
- People with kidney disease
- Those who have had a recent heart attack or stroke
- Individuals who have eye-related genetically inherited problems such as inherited retinal dystrophies, or IRDs
- Individuals with hypotension (low blood pressure)
- Men who are advised to refrain from sexual intercourse because of cardiovascular risk factors
Suhagra 100 mg Tablet Dosage
Note: Dosage details mentioned here is for informative purpose only. It is advised to use this medicine only with proper medical supervision only.
Dosage depends on several factors. Please follow the instruction by your doctor. Points mentioned here are purely for informative purpose only.
Some drugs are not safe to use along with this medication. Specifically, Suhagra 100 mg Tablet shouldn’t be used while you are using any nitrate drugs for treating chest pain or heart problems. This includes Nitroglycerin, Isosorbide mononitrate, Isosorbide dinitrate, amyl nitrate, or nitrite “poppers”.
Suhagra 100 mg Tablet Precautions and Warning
Taking Suhagra 100 mg Tablet with a nitrate drug can cause a sudden and dangerous drop in blood pressure. Also, you shouldn’t use the medicine for pulmonary hypertension if you’re taking Suhagra 100 mg Tablet.
Before you start on Suhagra 100 mg Tablet, tell your physician if you have or have ever had:
- High or low blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- A stroke
- Kidney or liver disease
- Heart disease, a heart attack, heart failure, or heart rhythm problems
- A blood disorder, such as multiple myeloma, leukemia, or sickle cell anemia
- A bleeding disorder, such as hemophilia
- Allergies to medications
- Blood circulation problems
- Blockages in the veins of the lungs
- Stomach ulcers
Inform your doctor before starting the medication about:
- If you have been advised not to have sex for any related health reasons
- If you experienced any incidence of prolonged erection for several hours
- If you have a habit of smoking
- If you suffered severe dehydration recently
Suhagra 100 mg Tablet can lower blood flow to the optic nerve in your eye, which may cause sudden vision loss. Most people who experience this complication also have heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or specific eye problems. Being a smoker and over 50 years of age also increases the risk of vision issues.
If you suffer unusual vision loss, stop using this medicine and seek emergency medical help.
Also, let your physician know immediately if you have chest pain, nausea, or dizziness during sexual activity while using this me.
Suhagra 100 mg Tablet shouldn’t be used by anyone under 18 years of age unless a doctor tells you otherwise.
Let your doctor know you’re taking Suhagra 100 mg Tablet before having any type of surgery, including a dental procedure.
Substitutes for Suhagra 100 mg Tablet
Below mentioned are the list of few example medicines that have the same strength, and composition as of Suhagra 100 mg Tablet, Hence they may also be prescribed as a substitute for this drug.
- Vigora 100mg Tablet – Zydus Cadila
- Intagra 100mg Tablet – Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd
- Manforce 100mg Tablet – Mankind Pharma
- Zestasil 100mg Tablet – TVB Healthcare
- Viagra 100mg Tablet – Pfizer Ltd
- Sidnakind Tablet – Mankind Pharma Ltd
- Silagra 100mg Tablet – Cipla Ltd
- Penegra 100mg Tablet – Zydus Cadila Ltd
- Instarise 100mg Tablet – Macleods Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd
- Caverta 100mg Tablet – Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd
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Dr. Kaleem Mohammed graduated as a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2014 from Deccan College of Physiotherapy, affiliated to Dr. N.T.R. University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada, India. Dr. Kaleem is an expert at handling physiotherapy needs of patients suffering from orthopedic and spinal conditions and post-surgery rehabilitation. Dr. Kaleem is associated with HealthClues since its inception where he facilitates diagnosis and advanced consultation with senior doctors. He is also a medical researcher and prolific writer who loves sharing insightful commentaries and useful tips to educate the patient community about fitness, treatment options, and post-treatment recovery.