Manforce (Sildenafil) is a prescription drug. Before you start using the pills, it is critical that you consult your doctor. Some health conditions and drugs may cause severe interactions. Let your doctor know if you have a history of any of these conditions:
Kidney or liver disease
Had a stroke in the last 6 months
Hypoplasia of the prostate
Severe renal failure
It is also important to give your doctor a list of the medications you are on.
You must always use Manforce (Sildenafil) exactly as directed by the doctor. Take the 100mg pill with or without food. High-fat meals will slow the effects of the drug. Take the pill at least 30 minutes before sexual activity. The effects will remain active for up to four hours after taking the pill. All in all, if you have an erection that lasts longer than four hours, contact your doctor for help. A prolonged erection can damage the tissues of your penis.
For most patients, the recommended dose is the 100mg pill. However, depending on the age and/or health of a patient, the doctor may reduce the dose to 50mg to achieve the best results.
FDA Pregnancy Classification
Manforce (Sildenafil) is not indicated for use in women.
Store at room temperature and out of the reach of children and pets. Store the drug away from moisture, light and heat.
Possible Side Effects
Nausea and vomiting
Elevated heart rate
You get an erection after sexual stimulation. Do not take a higher dose than recommended. Only use the drug when needed and not more than once a day.
To avoid interactions, don’t use Manforce (Sildenafil) with antibiotics or medications that contain phenytoin, tryptophan or lithium.
Avoid activities that require alertness after taking Manforce. Vision impairment and dizziness can lead to accidents.
Manforce (Sildenafil) is known to interact with donators, beta-blockers and nitrates.