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Lovegra Oral Jelly | Sildenafil | Treat ED

Lovegra Oral Jelly | Sildenafil | Treat ED
Lovegra Oral Jelly | Sildenafil | Treat ED
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Brand: Ajanta Pharma Ltd.
  • Model: Lovegra Oral Jelly
  • SKU: L85B85E85
  • Active Ingredient: Sildenafil C
  • Treatment: Erectile Dysfu
  • Alcohol: Do not drink

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A well-known sildenafil citrate product made specifically for female patients is called Lovegra Oral Jelly. It was created especially for females who have trouble becoming sexually aroused. The pills, which have a rose flavor, are supplied in a different shape than this oral jelly.

In addition, a medication for treating female erectile dysfunction is readily available. Lovegra pills are what you have.

Women with normal testosterone levels who take sildenafil citrate report blood engorgement in their labia and clitoris.

Sildenafil Citrate is the primary ingredient in Lovegra Oral Jelly, which contains sildenafil as an active ingredient. Each 5g sachet of Lovegra Oral Jelly contains Sildenafil Citrate, which equals 100 mg of Sildenafil.

What Functions Does Lovegra Oral Jelly Serve?

Female sexual dysfunction (FSD) and concerns with female arousal are both treated with Lovegra jelly, an oral gel solution of Sildenafil.

One characteristic of female sexual arousal disorders is a persistent inability to initiate or maintain a sexual connection.

A study found that 72% of the sexually dysfunctional women who had sildenafil citrate treatment received a score of "much improved" or "very much improved."

How should lovegra tablet be taken?

Take lovegra tablets a few hours before engaging in sexual activity. The advantage of taking lovegra oral jelly that early is that it can continue to operate for up to 30 minutes prior to sexual activity.

It is essential to refrain from consuming grapefruit or grapefruit juice when using Lovegra tablets.

Prior to taking Lovegra, try to avoid eating anything high in fat.

What Negative Effects Might Lovergra Oral Jelly Have?

·         Nausea or diarrhea

·         Quick heartbeat

·         Nasal obstruction

·         Vision illusion

·         Runny or stuffed nose

·         Extreme joint and stomach pain

·         Headache

·         On the face, erythema

Dosage for Lovegra Oral Jelly:

Before engaging in sexual activity, take one packet of Lovegra Oral jelly (100 mg of Female Sildenafil Citrate) as needed.

The maximum recommended dosing frequency for Lovegra Oral Jelly (Lovegra gel) per day is one sachet. In other words, if it has been more than 24 hours since your last dose, you cannot take another one.

Use of Lovegra Oral Jelly: Cautions & Warnings

You should only take one package of Lovegra Jelly (female sildenafil oral gel solution) every 24 hours.

During a sexual encounter, your heart beats faster. Therefore, it might not be advisable for persons who have cardiac problems to engage in sexual activity.

Before you start any treatment for sexual dysfunction, speak with your doctor to make sure your heart is in good enough shape to handle the additional strain of having sex.

If you get nausea, vertigo, or chest aches while having sex, stop immediately and call your doctor.

Patients shouldn't take Lovegra Oral Jelly if it is not recommended for them to engage in sexual activity due to cardiovascular health.

Patients should stop using Lovegra Oral Jelly and seek medical help right away if they have a sudden deterioration or loss of hearing.

Lovegra Jelly shouldn't be administered at the same time as alpha-blockers or antihypertensive.

Low blood pressure and syncope are possible side effects at higher Sildenafil doses. Ritonavir and other potent CYP inhibitors raise Sildenafil exposure in those who take them. It is suggested that you take less Lovegra Jelly.

How does Lovegra operate?

Lovegra, a phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitor, reduces smooth muscle tension to increase blood flow to the penis. Only sexual stimulation may cause and maintain an erection.

Is Lovegra safe to use?

Lovegra is safe when used as directed by your doctor for the recommended duration and dosage. At effective dosages, a few very frequent adverse effects are still likely, including Headache, Diarrhea, Dyspepsia, Flushing (warmth in the face, ears, neck, and trunk), and Extremity Pain.

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