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  1. Generic Viagra, Brand Viagra, Generic Viagra Soft, Generic Viagra Jelly
  2. Generic Cialis, Brand Cialis, Generic Cialis Soft
  3. Generic Levitra, Brand Levitra
  4. Kamagra
  5. The difference among Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, Kamagra

Generic Viagra, Brand Viagra, Generic Viagra Soft, Generic Viagra Jelly (Sildenafil)

Carefully read these directions before taking the pills.
If anything remains unclear, ask your healthcare advisor.

  • What are the ingredients of my SILDENAFIL pills?
  • The active ingredient is known as Sildenafil and each pill contains Sildenafil Citrate in proportion to 25, 50 or 100 mg Sildenafil. Your SILDENAFIL pills also contain additional, non-active ingredients.
  • What do they look like?
  • Generic Viagra pills come in a rounded diamond shape. Each one is marked “100” and they come in blister packs of 4 pills each.

    The pills in the jelly form come in the sachets containing Sildenafil 100 mg.

    Generic Soft Viagra pills come in a rounded diamond shape and coloured white with no marks on the sides. They come in blister packs of 10 pills each.

  • What does SILDENAFIL do?
  • SILDENAFIL pills are one of a new range of drugs used to treat ED (erectile dysfunction) by allowing more blood to pass into your penis, thereby allowing an erection to be achieved and sustained. In itself, it does not cure ED or enhance sexual stimulation.
  • Should anyone NOT take SILDENAFIL?
  • Anyone with an allergic reaction to the drug or anyone prescribed medications of nitric oxide or nitrates (frequently used to treat angina) should not take SILDENAFIL. The most frequently administered nitrates are nitroglycerin pieces and monoitrate and dinitrate substances of isosorbid. If you are being treated for angina and uncertain whether your medicine falls into any of the above categories, discuss with your healthcare advisor before taking SILDENAFIL.
  • What should I tell my doctor if I intend to take SILDENAFIL?
  • Tell your doctor if you have ever had:
    Any illness or condition of the penis;
    Painful erections;
    A diagnosis of the rare hereditary ophthalmic illness known as retinosis pigmentosis;
    A peptic ulcer or any problem associated with blood coagulation.
    Also tell your healthcare advisor if you are receiving any other treatment for ED.
  • Advice for more elderly patients
  • Older patients should commence treatment at the minimum recommended dose of 25mg/50mg a day.
  • Can SILDENAFIL be given to children?
  • No – keep them well away from children’s reach.
  • Advice for those suffering kidney or liver disease. Use the drug with caution, commencing with the minimum recommended dose of 25 mg/day only.
  • Is my ability to drive or operate heavy machinery affected by taking SILDENAFIL? No, it is not.
  • Can SILDENAFIL be taken alongside other medications?
  • The drug should not be taken alongside nitrates or nitric oxide donors nor with mononitrate or dinitrate substances of Isosorbid.
    It’s use alongside other medication (especially Cimetidine, Erythromycin and Ketoconazol) will need the specific approval of your healthcare advisor.
  • How do I take my SILDENAFIL pills?
  • Your dosage will be decided by your doctor and this will generally be 50 mg or 100 mg approximately 1 hour before sex.
    It should not be taken more than once a day.
    The drug is NOT an aphrodisiac and its effects will only be felt in conjunction with appropriate sexual stimulation.
    Generic Viagra pill should be taken with a glass of water. Viagra Jelly is consumed orally and should be allowed to dissolve in the oral cavity before it is swallowed. Viagra pills/Viagra jelly will take effect between 30 minutes and 1 hour after it has been taken, but may take longer if taken with food. The effect will last between 3 and 4 hours. Excessive consumption of alcohol is not advisable when taking the drug. Any change of dosage should be made only after consultation with your healthcare advisor.

    Generic Viagra Soft is taken as a tab that dissolves in the oral cavity . This enables the medicine to quickly get into the bloodstream instead of having to make the trip through your digestive system. You are also able to drink alcohol or eat fatty foods, something is prohibited with the pill version of Viagra. It will take 10-20 minutes before the pill starts to act and the effect will last about 6 hours.

  • What are the potential side-effects of the drug?
  • These are usually minor and short-lived. The most frequently reported side-effects are headaches, but others may include indigestion, dizziness, blocked nose and disturbances of vision (colors, brightness and clarity).
  • How must I store my SILDENAFIL pills?
  • Store them at a temperature lower than 30 degrees C.
  • Do not use the drug beyond the expiry date printed on the container.

Generic Cialis, Brand Cialis, Generic Cialis Soft (Tadalafil)

Carefully read these directions before taking the pills. If anything remains unclear, ask your healthcare advisor.

  • What are the ingredients of my TADALAFIL pills?
  • The active ingredient is known as Tadalafil and each pill contains Tadalafil in proportion to 10 or 20 mg Tadalafil. Your TADALAFIL pills also contain additional, non-active ingredients.
  • What do they look like?
  • Each Generic Cialis pill is of seed-form, colored orange and marked “C 20” on the reverse. They come in blister packs of 2 pills each.

    Each Generic Cialis Soft pill comes in oval form, it is colored white and marked “E 20 ” on one side. They come in blister packs of 10 pills each

  • What does TADALAFIL do?
  • TADALAFIL pills are one of a new range of drugs used to treat ED (erectile dysfunction) by allowing more blood to pass into your penis, thereby allowing an erection to be achieved and sustained. In itself, it does not cure ED, enhance sexual stimulation, or treat infertility..
  • Sould anyone NOT take TADALAFIL?
  • Anyone with an allergic reaction to the drug or anyone prescribed medications of nitric oxide or nitrates (frequently used to treat angina) should not take TADALAFIL. The most frequently administered nitrates are nitroglycerin pieces and monoitrate and dinitrate substances of isosorbid. If you are being treated for angina and uncertain whether your medicine falls into any of the above categories, discuss with your healthcare advisor before taking TADALAFIL.
    You should not take TADALAFIL if:
    • You have serious heart disease or have recently suffered a heart attack;
    • You have recently suffered a stroke;
    • If you have low blood-pressure.
  • What should I tell my doctor if I intend to take TADALAFIL?
    • Tell your doctor if you have ever had:
    • Any illness or condition of the penis;
    • Painful erections;
    • A diagnosis of the rare hereditary ophthalmic illness known as
    • retinosis pigmentosis;
    • A peptic ulcer or any problem associated with blood coagulation.

    Also tell your healthcare advisor if you are receiving any other treatment for ED; if you have sickle-cell anemia (an abnormality of the red blood cells); a serious liver or kidney condition; multiple myeloma (bone cancer); leukaemia or any physical abnormality in the shape of your penis.

  • Advice for more elderly patients
  • Older users of the drug do not need any special alteration of the dose.
  • Advice for those suffering kidney or liver disease.
  • There are only a few trial findings on the safety of TADALAFIL amongst a limited group of the following users:
    Patients with severe renal insufficiency and patients with severe hepatic insufficiency; and Patients with mild and moderate renal failure and in patients with end stage renal failure undergoing haemodialysis;
    In both groups TADALAFIL 10 mg has been the highest dose studied
  • Is my ability to drive or operate heavy machinery affected by taking TADALAFIL?
  • Since some dizzy spells have been experienced by men taking Tadalafil, you should find out how you react to the drug before you drive or operate heavy machinery.
  • Can TADALAFIL be taken alongside other medications?
  • You should always discuss the possible interreaction of any drugs you are taking with your healthcare advisor.
    This is especially the case if you are currently taking nitrates. Do not take TADALAFIL alongside these drugs.
    Do not take TADALAFIL alongside any other medication for ED.
    The drug is not for use by women or by children under the age of 18.
    Keep the TADALAFIL out of reach of children.
  • How do I take my TADALAFIL pills?
  • Your dosage will be decided by your doctor and this will generally be 20 mg and can be between 30 minutes and 36 hours before sex (the optimum time can be decided by users themselves). It should not be taken more than once a day. Depending on the individual’s responsiveness and tolerance of the drug, dosage may be lowered to 10 mg.

    Generic Cialis pill is taken with glass of water. Excessive consumption of alcohol is not advisable when taking the drug.

    Generic Cialis Soft tab can be dissolved in the oral cavity. This should shorten the time you have to wait between taking the tab and engaging in sexual intercourse. You are also able to drink alcohol and eat fatty foods, two things prohibited while taking the regular version of Cialis.

  • What are the potential side-effects of the drug?
  • These are usually minor and short-lived. The most frequently reported side-effects are headaches and indigestion, though it has occasionally also caused back pain, aches in the muscles, blocked nose, hot flushes and dizziness. Rarely, it has caused discomfort in and around the eyes.
    It has also been infrequently reported that users experienced a prolonged and sometimes painful erection after taking TADALAFIL.
    If you experience any of these reactions, seek the help of your healthcare advisor.

    If you feel pains in the chest during or after sex, you should not take a nitrate-based treatment but seek the help of your healthcare advisor straight away.

    Heart attack, stroke, and irregular heart beats have occaisionally been reported by men taking TADALAFIL. Most – though not all – of these men were known to have heart problems before they started using TADALAFIL and it is not known whether the problems were caused by TADALAFIL. One trial in animals indicated a possible reduction in fertility, but later studies indicate that this is not likely to affect humans.

  • One of the constituents of TADALAFIL is lactose, is the drug suitable for men with an intolerance of lactose?
  • Do not take the drug if you have a rare hereditary problem of lactose intolerance; a Lapp lactase deficiency; or glucose-galactose malabsorption.
  • How must I store my TADALAFIL pills?
  • Store them at a temperature lower than 25 degrees C (77 degrees F).

  • Do not use the drug beyond the expiry date printed on the container.

Generic Levitra, Brand Levitra (Vardenafil)

Carefully read these directions before taking the pills.
If anything remains unclear, ask your healthcare advisor.

  • What does Generic Levitra (VARDENAFIL) do?
  • It is in a class of medicines known as phosphodiesterase (PDE) inhibitors and is used to treat ED (erectile dysfunction) by allowing more blood to pass into your penis, thereby allowing an erection to be achieved and sustained.
    It does not cure ED or enhance sexual stimulation, neither can it stop pregnancy or safeguard against diseases passed on through sexual intercourse, such as HIV/AIDS.

  • What are the ingredients of my Levitra pills?
  • The active ingredient is known as VARDENAFIL. Each pill contains VARDENAFIL in proportion to 20 mg Vardenafil. Your Vardenafil pills also contain additional, non-active ingredients.

  • What do they look like?
  • Each Generic Levitra pill comes in circular form, colored yellow and marked “20” on the reverse. They come in blister packs of 10 pills each.

  • How must I take the drug?
  • Your VARDENAFIL pill is taken orally. The drug is taken when required, about 15-30 minutres before sex. You can take VARDENAFIL whether or not you have eaten, but it should not be taken more than once a day.
    Keep carefully to the instructions on the package and consult your healthcare advisor about anything that remains unclear. Keep to the prescribed dose and do not increase or reduce the dose.
    The pills may be used to treat other conditions and you should consult your healthcare advisor for more details.

  • What should I tell my doctor if I intend to take VARDENAFIL?
  • Before use, inform your healthcare advisor if you have any allergy towards VARDENAFIL or any other medicine and do not take the drug if you have been prescribed any of the following:
    alpha blockers such as alfuzosin (Uroxatral), doxazosin (Cardura), prazosin (Minipress), tamsulosin (Flomax), and terazosin (Hytrin);
    or if you have recently been prescribed nitrates such as isosorbide dinitrate (Isordril, Sorbitrate), isosorbide mononitrate (Imdur, ISMO), and nitroglycerin (Nitro-BID, Nitro-Dur, Nitroquick, Nitrostat, others). Nitrates come as pills, pills for use under the tongue, sprays, patches and ointments. Consult your healthcare advisor if you do not know whether any of your medicines include nitrates.
    Avoid medication including nitrates such as amyl nitrate and butyl nitrate ('poppers').
    Advise your healthcare advisor of any other medicines (prescription or otherwise) you are taking, along with any vitamin supplements or nutritional or herbal products.
    You must tell your healthcare advisor if you are taking any of the following: amiodarone (Cordarone);
    antifungals such as fluconazole (Diflucan), itraconazole (Sporanox), and ketoconazole (Nizoral);
    clarithromycin (Biaxin);
    cyclosporine (Neoral, Sandimmune);
    danazol (Danocrine);
    delaviradine (Rescriptor);
    diltiazem (Cardizem, Dilacor, Tiazac);
    disopyramide (Norpace);
    erythromycin (E.E.S. , E-Mycin, Erythrocin);
    fluoxetine (Prozac, Sarafem);
    fluvoxamine (Luvox);
    HIV protease inhibitors such as indinavir (Crixivan) and ritonavir (Norvir); isoniazid (INH, Nydrazid);
    medications for high blood pressure or irregular heartbeat;
    metronidazole (Flagyl);
    other medications or treatments for erectile dysfunction;
    nefazodone (Serzone);
    paroxetine (Paxil);
    procainamide (Procanbid, Pronestyl);
    quinidine (Quinidex);
    sotalol (Betapace);
    troleandomycin (TAO);
    verapamil (Calan, Covera, Isoptin, Verelan);
    and zafirlukast (Accolate).
    Your doctor or healthcare advisor may tell you not to take vardenafil, or you may require an adjustment of the dose, if you have any of these conditions.
    Be sure to let your healthcare advisor know if you experience or have ever experienced:
    an erection lasting longer than four hours;
    a condition that affects the shape of the penis such as angulation, cavernosal fibrosis, or Peyronie's disease;
    high or low blood pressure;
    irregular heartbeat; a heart attack; angina (chest pain);
    a stroke;
    ulcers in the stomach or intestine;
    a bleeding disorder;
    blood cell problems such as sickle cell anemia (a disease of the red blood cells), multiple myeloma (cancer of the plasma cells), or leukemia (cancer of the white blood cells); and liver, kidney, or heart disease.
    Also inform your healthcare advisor if you or anyone in your family suffers from or has ever suffered from:
    Retinitis;
    pigmentosis (an eye disease); or long QT syndrome (a heart condition).
    Inform your healthcare advisor if you have ever been professionally recommended to abstain from sex for health reasons.
    VARDENAFIL is for male use only and women should not take it.
    In the event of your needing a surgical operation, including orthodontic work, remember to advise your healthcare advisor accordingly.

  • Is there anything I must avoid eating or drinking while taking VARDENAFIL?
  • Grapefruit juice may cause a problem, so talk to your healthcare advisor about taking it.

  • What are the potential side-effects of the drug?
  • VARDENAFIL can cause side effects. Inform your healthcare advisor if you develop any of these symptoms or if they persis:

    • Headache or dizziness;
    • Upset stomach or indigestion;
    • Feeling bloated or flushed;
    • Blocked head, runny nose or any Flu-like symptoms.
    • There are more severe side effects and although the following are rare, you’re your healthcare advisor straight away if you develop any of them:
    • An erection lasting more than four hours;
    • Blurred or changed vision (e.g. seeing a blue tinge; difficulty in differentiating blue & green; or difficulty seeing at night)
    • Swelling of the face, throat, tongue, lips, eyes, hands, feet, ankles, or lower legs
    • Hoarseness, difficulty breathing or swallowing, blurred vision, fainting, hives, rash

  • How should I store my VARDENAFIL pills?
  • Keep the medicine in its original container, with the lid closed tight, and out of the way of children.
    Store at room temperature, avoiding hot and damp conditions (i.e. do not keep in the bathroom).
    Discard any pills that are beyond their expiry date or are no longer required and talk to your healthcare advisor about their safe and appropriate disposal.

  • In an emergency.
  • If you have taken more than the recommended dose, inform the local poison control center immediately.
    If the person who has overdosed has collapsed or stopped breathing call the emergency services.

  • What else should I know about my VARDENAFIL?
  • Don’t miss any appointments with your healthcare advisor.
    Don’t allow other’s to take your pills.
    Discuss repeat prescriptions with your healthcare advisor.

Kamagra (Sildenafil)

  • What is Kamagra?
  • Kamagra is a discreet pill for the treatment of male erectile dysfunction, often called impotence. it is a real breakthrough treatment that can help many man who have erectile dysfunction to get and keep an erection when they are sexually aroused. They come in blister packs of 4 pills each.

  • How does KAMAGRA work?
  • KAMAGRA increases blood flow to the penis allowing more blood flow into the penis like happened naturally when a man is sexually stimulated With more blood flowing in and less flowing out, the arteries in the penis enlarge resulting in an erection. If this mechanism is not working properly a man has difficulties in having and keeping en erection. Using KAMAGRA a man can respond to sexual stimulation during a sexual encounter and once it is over the erection goes away.

  • Will KAMAGRA work immediately?
  • It takes 50-60 minutes before KAMAGRA starts to work and stays to work for up to 4 hours.

  • Does KAMAGRA automatically cause an erection?
  • No. With KAMAGRA, you must be sexually aroused to get an erection. If you take KAMAGRA and are not sexually stimulated, nothing will happen–you won't get an erection just by taking the pill. KAMAGRA is not a hormone. It is not an aphrodisiac. It's a prescription medication that can improve the erectile function of most men with erection problems.

  • How much KAMAGRA can I take?
  • KAMAGRA comes in different doses (25 mg, 50 mg, and 100 mg). Like many medications, your healthcare provider may have to adjust your initial KAMAGRA dose if it doesn't produce the desired results or you're bothered by side effects. Do not take more KAMAGRA than your healthcare provider prescribes. KAMAGRA can be used up to once a day as needed.

    If you are older than 65 years, have a serious liver or kidney problem, or are taking protease inhibitors, such as for the treatment of HIV, your healthcare provider may start you at the lowest (25-mg) dose of KAMAGRA.

  • How often can I take KAMAGRA?
  • For most patients, KAMAGRA should be taken once a day as needed. In patients taking certain protease inhibitors (such as for the treatment of HIV), it is recommended to not exceed a maximum single dose of 25 mg of KAMAGRA in a 48-hour period..

  • Who should not take KAMAGRA?
  • KAMAGRA is not for newborns, children, or women. Do not let anyone else take your KAMAGRA. KAMAGRA must be used only under a healthcare provider's supervision.

    Before you start any treatment with KAMAGRA, be sure to ask your healthcare provider if your heart is healthy enough. If you're a man who uses nitrate drugs, like nitroglycerine, never take KAMAGRA. The combination of KAMAGRA and nitrates can make your blood pressure suddenly drop to unsafe levels. You could get dizzy, faint, or even have a heart attack or stroke. Nitrates are found in many prescription medications that are used to treat angina (chest pain due to heart disease) such as:

    Nitroglycerin (sprays, ointments, skin patches or pastes, and tablets that are swallowed or dissolved in the mouth)
    Isosorbide mononitrate and isosorbide dinitrate (tablets that are swallowed, chewed, or dissolved in the mouth)
    Nitrates are also found in recreational drugs such as amyl nitrate or nitrite ("poppers"). If you are not sure if any of your medications contain nitrates, or if you do not understand what nitrates are, ask your healthcare provider or pharmacist.

  • What if KAMAGRA doesn't work?
  • While KAMAGRA is effective in up to 4 of 5 men, it's not effective for everyone. If it doesn't work for you, contact your healthcare provider to discuss other treatment options.

  • Can I take KAMAGRA with alcohol?
  • Drinking alcohol can temporarily impair the ability to get an erection. To get the maximum benefit from your medication, you are advised not to drink large amounts of alcohol before taking Kamagra

  • Can I take KAMAGRA after eating?
  • Yes, but taking KAMAGRA after a high-fat meal (such as a cheeseburger and french fries) may cause the medication to take a little longer to start working.

  • What are the side effects of KAMAGRA?
  • Like all medications, KAMAGRA can cause some side effects. These are usually mild and don't last longer than a few hours. Some of these side effects are more likely to occur with higher doses of KAMAGRA. With KAMAGRA, the most common side effects are headache, facial flushing, and upset stomach. KAMAGRA may also briefly cause bluish or blurred vision or sensitivity to light. In the rare event of an erection lasting more than 4 hours, seek immediate medical help..

The difference among Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, Kamagra

With a variety of options available to combat the issue of erectile dysfunction, it can be difficult to make a decision on the right medication for you. Viagra, Cialis and Levitra all have different pros and cons and are all prescribed for the same basic condition, adding to the confusion. The key points of differentiation are the length of Cialis’ effectiveness (36 hours) and the ability of soft tabs to take effect quicker through absorption into the blood stream. You are also able to drink alcohol and eat fatty foods when using the soft tab version of either Cialis or Viagra. To see the difference among all pills check the table below:

  • Comparative Table
Drug Name Dosage Time before it starts to act How to take Fatty food/alcohol Effect Lasts
Generic Viagra 50mg,100mg 1 hour take with a glass of water no 3-4 hours
Generic Cialis 10mg,20mg 30-40 minutes take with a glass of water no 36 hours
Generic Levitra 20mg 20 minutes - 1 hour take with a glass of water no 12 hours
Generic Viagra Soft 100mg 10 - 20 minutes chew or put under the tongue till it dissolves yes 6 hours
Generic Cialis Soft 20mg 10 - 20 minutes chew or put under the tongue till it dissolves yes 24 - 36 hours
Generic Viagra Jelly 100mg 1 hour dissolves dissolves in the oral cavity before it is swallowed no 3-4 hours
Kamagra 100mg 40 minutes – 1 hour take with a glass of water a little 4 hours

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