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Posted by Pocono Community Pharmacy on 01/20/2023 in Family



Cenforce is a medication that is prescribed to patients who suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED). This medication contains the same sildenafil citrate that is found in the popular drug Viagra. Sildenafil citrate is an inhibitor of the phosphodiesterase-5 enzyme, and it is the primary active ingredient in this medication.

Viagra has been widely regarded as the most effective oral medication for treating erectile dysfunction for the past few decades. Cenforce is a brand of generic Viagra that offers the same advantages as Viagra at a cost that is much more affordable.

Cenforce can now be purchased in doses of 50, 100, 150, and 200 mg by placing an order through our online pharmacy. When beginning treatment with Cenforce, the typical starting dose is 50 milligrams taken once daily. After being taken, it takes about half an hour before it begins to work, and its effects can last for up to four hours. It is possible to increase the dose if you feel as though you did not get the desired effect from the previous one. Before making any adjustments to the recommended dosage, however, you ought to talk to your primary care physician.

Consuming alcohol or drugs is not advised while taking Cenforce because doing so may raise the patient's risk of experiencing side effects such as headaches, dizziness, redness of the eyes, fainting, and problems with the heart.

Diseases of the Liver and Cenforce

It has not been determined how patients with severe hepatic impairment are affected by the pharmacokinetic disposition of PDE-5 inhibitors. No adjustment to the dosage is recommended for patients with mild to moderate hepatic impairment. Patients who have severe impairments in their liver's function should not be given PDE-5 inhibitor therapy. When treating patients who have just a slight impairment of their liver function, the starting dose should be reduced.

The Connection Between Cenforce and Renal Dysfunction

Plasma clearance of PDE5 inhibitors may be reduced in patients with severe renal impairment, which may lead to accumulation of the drug in the body. Treatment with these agents should be avoided in patients who have severe kidney disease or who are undergoing dialysis for their kidney disease. Depending on how well these people tolerate the treatment and how their kidneys respond, the dosage may need to be adjusted if it is administered to them.

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