While erectile dysfunction is a common occurrence, it is chronic. It is recommended to get medical checkup before you start using erectile dysfunction medication. Your doctor should know if any of these conditions apply to you:
• Kidney or liver disease
• Chronic bladder infections
• Heart disease
• Thyroid disorder
• Allergic to sildenafil citrate
Based on your health and the medication you are using, your doctor will prescribe a dose. Don’t take smaller or larger doses than recommended. Always take the tablets with a full glass of water. Swallow the tablets whole without crushing, breaking or chewing.
Cenforce should only be taken when needed. Take the recommended dose 30 to 45 minutes before the planned sexual activity. You will need to be sexually stimulated for you to get an erection.
FDA Pregnancy Classification
Cenforce is not indicated for use in women, children and teenagers under the age of 18.
Store the medicine in a cool dry place and out of the reach of pets and children
• Chest pain
• Vision loss
• Loss of hearing
• Ringing in the ears
• Severe drowsiness, nausea, headache, and/or dizziness
• Tingling or pain in your arm, jaw or neck
• Irregular heartbeat
• Pain in the back or legs
• Skin eruptions or rash
• Upset stomach
• Mood changes
• Stuffy nose
Taking Cenforce may cause dizziness. Avoid activities that require concentration such as driving once you take the medication.
If you have a painful erection or one that lasts for more than 4 hours, seek emergency medical attention. A prolonged erection can permanently damage your penis tissues.
Only take a single dose of Cenforce per day. In case of an overdose, seek immediate medical attention. An overdose can cause serious side effects with symptoms like vomiting, chest pain, fainting, irregular heartbeat and severe drowsiness.
Before you start using Cenforce, let your doctor know of all the medications you are using. Certain drugs interact with Cenforce and may cause adverse reactions. If you are using other medication for erectile dysfunction or prostate disorders, don’t use Cenforce. Cenforce interacts with antidepressants, hepatitis C medication, blood pressure medication, antifungal medications, HIV/AIDS medications and certain antibiotics.