What is Silvitra?
Silvitra is one of the strongest generic medications for men with erectile dysfunction (ED) because it contains a combination of sildenafil and vardenafil – both belong to a class of drugs called phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5) inhibitors. One can say that Silvitra is a generic combination of Viagra and Levitra. It helps treat severe degrees of ED. It helps men to experience a harder and long-lasting erection so they can make satisfactory love.
How does Silvitra work?
Silvitra pills work by increasing the flow of blood to the penile organ during sexual arousal. The increase in penile blood supply can help men to achieve and maintain an erection. Silvitra (sildenafil and vardenafil) will only work if you are sexually stimulated. PDE5 inhibitors have a complex mechanism of action. They inhibit the enzyme PDE5 to stop cGMP degradation, allowing the body to release nitric oxide that boosts blood flow to the penis.
How long does Silvitra take to work?
Silvitra usually takes about 30 to 60 minutes to work. For the drug to act quicker, one should take the dose on an empty stomach. Taking it with a heavy, fatty meal affects the absorption of the drug, delaying its effects. Post dosage, the effects of Silvitra may last for around 4 to 6 hours. This does not mean the drug gives you a straight 6-hour erection. It only means you will be able to get an erection on sexual arousal during that period.
How do I take Silvitra?
Take one Silvitra pill around 30 to 60 minutes before sexual activity. Swallow the pill with a glass of water, without chewing or breaking it. It contains 100 mg sildenafil and 20 mg vardenafil. Silvitra 120 is the recommended dosage for men who experience ED. However, it is mainly used in younger adults who have severe ED but are otherwise healthy. You should not take more than one pill in 24 hours.
Who should not take Silvitra pills?
Sildenafil and vardenafil can interact with some drugs and may not be suitable to use if you have a few medical conditions. Do not take this medicine if you are allergic to either sildenafil or vardenafil, or if you are taking nitrates, ritonavir, indinavir, alpha-blockers, beta-blockers, or riociguat. Silvitra is not recommended if you have severe heart, liver, kidney, or blood pressure problems. Men with a recent history of stroke/heart attack should avoid taking this medicine.
What should I do if Silvitra fails to work?
Before switching on to any other ED drug, you should try Silvitra at least 8-10 times on separate occasions. For most men, this medicine works effectively well - thanks to its combination of sildenafil and vardenafil. If the medicine is not providing the desired results even after several attempts, speak to your doctor about trying different erectile dysfunction treatments.