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Cenforce is the medication of choice for men struggling with erectile dysfunction. The drug is widely marketed as “generic Viagra” and is sold at a price significantly lower than its widely known original. However, these are just different names for the same medication.

Viagra is commonly referred to as the brand or trade name of this erectile dysfunction drug. As long as Viagra’s patent has expired, this is a completely legal practice. When pharmaceutical patents expire and generics are developed, you can often find quality medication at much lower prices.

You can safely take Cenforce and expect it to work in the same manner as Viagra to reduce erectile dysfunction symptoms. In most cases, the recommended starting dose of Cenforce is 50 mg. If the patient doesn’t achieve the desired effect, the dosage can be raised to 100 mg.

Always consult your doctor before changing the dosage.

Active Ingredient: Sildenafil
Duration: 4-5 hours
Admission: 20-30 minutes before sexual intercourse
Company: Centurion Labs
Treatment for: Erectile Dysfunction
Generic: Viagra, Revatio, Nizagara, Kamagra
Alcohol: Permissible in minimum quantities
Recommended daily dose: 100 mg

Safety and Efficacy of Cenforce

Studies show that this medication is both safe and effective even in older patients, including men with diabetes. It is possible that men may need to adjust dosages to avoid side effects as they age. Men over 75 should be given this medication only if highly recommended and supervised by a doctor. Elderly men suffering from ED are just as likely to experience adverse reactions to ED drugs as their younger counterparts. Those risks increase dramatically for men older than 75 years of age. The most common side effects include flushing, headache, and stomach cramps.

Paying for Cenforce

A common misconception is that Medicare pays for erectile dysfunction treatments. The reality is that the government does not pay for these treatments because they are not deemed necessary for patients. However, there are other health care plans available that offer significant discounts on ED medications.