What is Malegra?
Malegra is a very strong ED medication. It helps in curing erectile dysfunction temporarily by increasing blood flow in the penis. Malegra is generally considered safe for use by both doctors and patients. Malegra also holds the ability to control premature ejaculation. It is proven to be one of the best ED medications available on the market.
Malegra contains Sildenafil citrate incorporated with phytonutrients and other essential elements. The inclusion of the PDE-5 inhibitor sildenafil is the most essential factor behind the working of this medicine. It is manufactured by Sunrise laboratories in India.
How does Malegra work?
The main ingredient responsible for the working of this medicine is sildenafil. It works to combat erectile dysfunction in the following steps:
- The first thing it does is inhibit the PDE-5 enzyme.
- It then relaxes the blood vessels all over the body facilitating blood flow all over the body.
- It also increases blood flow in the penis which makes it sensitive and responsive.
When the patient gets sexually aroused, this effect helps in producing an erection that ensures a long time in bed.
How to consume Malegra?
Malegra 100 should be taken one pill at a time. This should be done only with water. The medicine should be swallowed whole. The consumer must not break, crush or chew the medicine. This can make the medicine lose its effect.
Heavy meals and fluids like alcohol and grapefruit juice must be strictly avoided. Proper consumption of this medicine will guarantee the best results. One should also not take more than one pill per day. This can cause an overdose which can even be fatal.
Malegra must be taken 30-60 minutes before intercourse. The effect of this medicine peaks during the first hour. Hence, taking it at the right time will ensure satisfactory intercourse.
What are the other doses available for Malegra?
Malegra is available in various doses. Your doctor will prescribe a low dose such as Malegra 25 mg to you in the beginning. You can also increase the dosage if desired. A higher dose will not necessarily lead to more severe side effects but will ensure a longer time in bed.
Other doses available for Malegra are:
- Malegra 25mg
- Malegra 50mg
- Malegra 100mg
- Malegra 200mg
- Malegra Green 100mg
- Malegra Professional 100mg
- Malegra Gold 100mg
- Malegra DXT
- Malegra DXT Plus
- Malegra FXT
- Malegra FXT Plus
You must consult your doctor regarding dosage instructions and follow the instructions given on the prescription label.
Does Malegra lead to any side effects?
Side effects are not common with this medicine and only occur as a result of any allergy, drug interaction, or overdose. Improper administration can also cause some side effects. Side effects range from mild to severe and can include the following:
- Upset stomach
- Stomach cramps
- Muscle pain
- Loss of appetite
- Flushing (redness of the skin)
- Blurred vision
- Sudden loss of hearing
- Cardiovascular problems
- Painful erection
- Prolonged erection lasting for more than 4 hours
If you experience any of the above-stated side effects, visit a nearby hospital or contact your doctor immediately. Mild side effects tend to go away with medication. Severe side effects may need proper medical attention and might take a longer time to go away. This is why it is very important to consult a doctor and follow his instructions carefully while taking this medicine.
What are the drug interactions of Malegra?
There are a few medications that can interact with Malegra and cause side effects. They can also cause serious health complications. Hence, it is necessary to know about these drugs. They may include:
What precautions should be taken while taking Malegra?
To ensure the safe use of this medicine, you must take a few precautions:
- Do not take this medicine with alcohol or grapefruit juice.
- Do not take this medicine if you are a pregnant or breastfeeding woman.
- Do not take more than one pill per day.
- Do not take this medicine if you take other ED medications or medicines containing nitrates.
- Do not take Malegra if you have recently suffered or are still recovering from a stroke.