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cenforce, 100mg, pack

Cenforce is a drug used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction. The main active ingredient in this medication is sildenafil citrate (which belongs to the class of Phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors), the exact same ingredient contained in the famous Viagra.

For several decades, Viagra has been considered the first-line oral treatment for erectile dysfunction. Cenforce is a generic Viagra brand, delivering the same benefits, at a very reasonable price.

Available dosage Cenforce forms and strengths
Name Dosage forms Strengths
Brand-name Sildenafil Citrate Tablet 25mg, 50mg, 100mg

Cenforce is now available to order from our online pharmacy in 50, 100, 150, and 200 mg doses. Cenforce has a recommended starting dose of 50 mg, once a day. It starts to work in about 30 minutes after being taken, and can last for around 4 hours. If you feel that you didn't achieve the desired effect, that dose can be increased. You should, however, consult your doctor before changing the recommended dose.

It is not recommended to consume alcohol or drugs when you take Cenforce, as they may increase the risk of headaches, dizziness, redness of the eyes, fainting, and heart problems.

Cenforce and Liver Disease

The pharmacokinetic disposition of PDE-5 inhibitors has not been assessed in patients with severe hepatic impairment. For individuals with mild to moderate hepatic impairment, no dosage modification is recommended. Therapy with PDE-5 inhibitors should not be administered to individuals with severe hepatic impairment. In individuals with mild hepatic impairment, a lower dose should be used as initial therapy.

Cenforce and Renal Dysfunction

In individuals with serious renal impairment, plasma clearance of PDE5 inhibitors may be lowered, which could result in drug accumulation. In individuals with serious renal disease or on renal dialysis, treatment with these agents should be avoided. If used in these individuals, dose adjustments might be needed based on tolerability and individual renal assessment.

author: Harry, RPH