Frequently Asked Questions

It's generally not recommended to combine sildenafil with alcohol as both can lower blood pressure, potentially leading to dizziness or fainting.
Daily use of sildenafil should only be done under the guidance of a healthcare professional. It's typically prescribed on an as-needed basis.
If you experience severe side effects like chest pain or a prolonged erection, seek immediate medical attention. For less severe side effects, consult your doctor.
Sildenafil is primarily designed for men with erectile dysfunction and is not approved for use by women. There are other medications specifically for female sexual dysfunction.
Sildenafil enhances blood flow to the penis, aiding in achieving and maintaining an erection. It doesn't directly affect libido or sexual desire.
Splitting tablets should only be done as directed by your doctor. Sildenafil tablets are film-coated and may not be evenly distributed if split.
Yes, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, including regular exercise, a balanced diet, and managing stress, can complement the effectiveness of sildenafil.
Individuals with a history of heart attack should consult their doctor before using sildenafil, as it may pose risks based on individual health conditions.
While both are effective for erectile dysfunction, sildenafil has a shorter duration of action (4-6 hours), whereas tadalafil's effects can last up to 36 hours.
It's crucial to avoid combining sildenafil with recreational drugs, as interactions can occur, potentially leading to harmful effects. Always consult with your doctor.