Aurogra is an effective drug for strengthening an erection from the pharmaceutical company Aurochem Laboratories Ltd. Available in the form of tablets, each of which contains 100 mg of sildenafil citrate. This is a pharmacological analogue of Viagra, which has absolutely identical properties, composition and even contraindications for use.
Aurogra can be used for vascular, psychogenic, drug, neurogenic, and mixed erectile dysfunction. The drug will show a weak effect only with the hormonal form of ED, since it does not affect the level of testosterone.
- Effective only when a man is sexually excited, so spontaneous erection is not possible
- While maintaining sexual stimulation, the action of 1 tablet lasts from 4 to 5 hours
- Absorbed into the blood from the digestive tract and when taken on an empty stomach, it begins to act after 40-50 minutes.
- Due to the complete removal of the drug from the body and the absence of toxic effects, Sildenafil is absolutely safe with long-term treatment
- Non-addictive and does not lose therapeutic properties in the long run
How will Aurogra help with ED?
Sildenafil stimulates the enhancement of the biochemical properties of nitric oxide, which triggers a series of reactions aimed at relaxing the vessels of the penis. As a result, the tone of the vessels of the penis decreases, the blood circulation in the cavernous bodies improves, and a stable erection appears
Posological scheme and dosage
- Aurogra is taken 50-60 minutes before sexual intercourse
- Take the tablet with water. It is strictly contraindicated to use alcoholic drinks or grapefruit juice for this.
- A single dose is 100 mg (1 tablet Aurogra)
- The tablet should not be broken into parts, dissolved in water or chewed.
- During the day you can take only 1 tablet of Aurogra 100 mg
Who cannot take Aurogra?
- Patients who have had a heart attack, stroke, or bypass surgery in the last 6 months
- Patients with intolerance to sildenafil citrate
- Patients with an acute phase of gastric ulcer, severe kidney disease
- Patients with impaired cardiac muscle function