How to take this medicine
- To get the best from your treament, please read the following carefully.
- The safe indicated dose of Kamagra within a 24 hour period is 100mg
- We recommends 50mg of Lovegra for most female patients
- This medicine will become effective 1 hour after taking it and effects may be noticeable after 45mins
- Effective treatment time is 4 – 6 hours
- Always take this medicine with a large glass of water
- Avoid large or fatty meals close to when you intend to take the medicine
- Alcohol will reduce the effectiveness of this medicine.
From time to time patients taking Kamagra experience the following side effects.
- Common Side Effects
- Facial redness or flushing
- Blocked nose
- Dryness in eyes
- Mild Nausea
These common side effects are connected to dehydration and usually diminish by increasing water intake.
- Less Common Side Effects
- Slight blurred vision
- Slight blueness in vision
- Light sensitivity
The above side effects are not dangerous and normally diminish as your body becomes accustomed to the treatment. Patients presenting with the above side effects generally do not need to stop taking Lovegra.
SERIOUS SIDE EFFECTS (UNCOMMON)
- Erection longer than 4 hours (Priapism)
- Severe decrease or loss of vision
- Severe decrease or loss of hearing
Although serious side effects are rare, if you experience any the above serious side effects, stop taking this medicine and seek emergency medical care immediately.
Lovegra is not suitable for everyone.
- Patients under treatment for the following conditions; or any ongoing managed condition, should consult their GP prior to taking Lovegra
- Heart Related & Cardiovascular diseases including aortic stenosis, idiopathic hypertrophic subaortic stenosis and general ventricular outflow obstruction.
- Stroke, myocardial infaction (heart attack) or serious arrhythmia.
- Cardiac failure or coronary artery disease causing unstable angina.
- Blood Pressure related diseases including Hypertension & Hypotension and patients with severley impaired autonomic control of blood pressure.
- Resting hypotension (low blood pressure) of (BP <90/50)
- Resting hypertension (high blood pressure) of (BP >170/110)
- Retinitis pigmentosa (genetic disease of the retina)
- Sickle cell or other related anaemias
- HIV (specifically on treatment with protease inhibitors)
- Organ donor recipients
- Patients taking the following medicine types should NOT take Lovegra.
- Nitroglycerin medicines
- Nitroprusside medicines
- Amyl Nitrate (Recreationally known as poppers)
- Organ Donor Recipient medicines
- Azole antifungal medicines taken orally (topical creams for treatment of candida/ thrush are safe)
For a full list of drug interactions, contraindications and precautions please download the PDF Medicine Safety Sheet.
Lovegra, also known as “Viagra for women”, is a popular form of Sildenafil Citrate tablets developed particularly for women. It is pink in colour and is packaged in blisterpacks of 4 tablets. In recent times, the open discussion of sexual conditions in women has become more commonplace. Conditions like FSD (female sexual dysfunction) and FSAD (female sexual arousal disorder) are now being taken seriously by doctors. Although current evidence is consider anecdotal, many doctors and specialists are starting to prescribe Sildenafil Citrate to women.
Women taking Lovegra (Sildenafil Citrate) can experience increased bloodflow and sensitivity in the vaginal area and this can in turn lead to better natural lubrication and increased rate of success during intercourse. Symptoms and conditions effecting women can be based on physiological or psychological factors and this treatment can aid in both.
We strongly recommend that 50mg of Lovegra (Sildenafil Citrate) is taken first, before increasing dose if necessary. This can be easily achieved by breaking a tablet in half or more accurately by using a pill splitter. This medication should not be taken during pregnancy.
The effective treatment time of Lovegra (Sildenafil Citrate) is 4 – 6 hours but many patients report longer effective times.
The active ingredient of Lovegra is Sildenafil Citrate. It belongs to the PDE-5 family of vasodilators. These drugs work by dilating the blood vessels in the body — particularly around the genital area.
Lovegra is not an aphrodisiac and stimulation will be required to achieve results.
Lovegra is manufactured clinically by Ajanta Pharma.