Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the difference between Cialis, Viagra, Levitra, soft and regular tablets?

These medications all treat erectile dysfunction (ED) except they have slightly different effects. Cialis stays effective for longer than Viagra and Levitra. Levitra is available in smaller doses so it may be more suitable for older patients and those with pre-existing health conditions. The soft tablets dissolve in the mouth so they are easier to swallow than the hard tablets, plus the absorption rates are faster.

Kamagra is a more affordable generic version of Viagra. Both medications contain the same active ingredient, sildenafil citrate. When a patent expires, other manufacturers are permitted to produce and sell the medication using the same chemical formula. Both are FDA approved.

The patent for Viagra expired on 21 June 2013 and this permitted generic companies to manufacture sildenafil citrate treatment. Due to the high demand for ED treatment in the market, various manufacturers now produce sildenafil citrate based meds. This explains why there are various generic versions of Viagra.

The original manufacturers of brand-name medications invest substantial amounts of money to invent a medication. They also spend a lot on product development and advertising. Generic manufacturers simply produce the same medicine without these expenses. Therefore, once the patent for a brand-name medication expires, generic manufacturers can sell it at a much lower price. The effectiveness, however, is identical.

No. This medication simply restores erectile function while it is effective in the body. There will still need to be sexual stimulation for an erection to happen.

PDE5 inhibitors like Viagra, Cialis and Levitra can interact with some medicines, particularly those used to treat chest pain. Do not take these ED medicines with nitrates or riociguat. Research further online for anything specific.

Do not be alarmed if the medicine does not work the first time. Erection difficulties can be caused by various factors. Experts usually recommend trying a medication four to six times before considering another treatment. There is a good chance you will notice a strong effect as your body gets used to the medicine.

You can find more information about each medicine on our website. There are also reliable online sources, and we recommend you read the patient information leaflet that comes with your medicine.

Simply visit our online pharmacy and add the medication to your e-shopping cart. Proceed to checkout to complete your order. You can contact our customer support team on a 24/7 basis if you have any questions.