Thin-Film Viagra (generic name: sildenafil citrate) is made in the new form of a mouth dissolving film allowing rapid absorption and quick onset of action.
The medicine comes in the form of a thin strip similar in shape and thickness to a postage stamp. It provides improved bioavailability as it quickly dissolves in the mouth and enters the blood stream.
Viagra is the most widely used medication for treating erectile dysfunction (impotence) in men. It can help men who have erectile dysfunction get and sustain an erection when they are sexually excited by increasing blood flow to the penis.
Viagra should be taken between 15 minutes and 4 hours prior to sexual intercourse.
Take Viagra exactly as directed by your healthcare provider.
Viagra is usually taken as needed before sexual activity. Viagra helps a man with erectile dysfunction get an erection only when he is sexually excited and stimulated.
Viagra is taken by mouth as needed at least 15-30 minutes before sexual activity. Take only as directed, usually once daily as needed. Viagra works for several hours, and after sex your erection will go away.
Talk to your doctor before taking any PDE5 inhibitors which include Viagra, Cialis, Levitra or their generic equivalents, if:
you have any allergies (especially drug allergies);
you have any penis conditions such as fibrosis/scarring, history of priapism;
you have blood system cancers, retina diseases, kidney or liver disease, heart diseases, or stroke.
Active ingredient: sildenafil citrate.