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How Long Does It Take For Sildenafil To Take Effect

how long does it take for sildenafil to take effect?

What is Viagra?

Viagra is a prescription medicine used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction and impotence in men. Viagra Connect is also used to treat erectile dysfunction and is available without the need of a prescription. They both work by increasing blood flow to the penis in order to help a man get and sustain an erection when he is sexually aroused or stimulated.

The active ingredient in Viagra is sildenafil and the dose ranges from 25mg to 100mg per tablet.

Overview

Sildenafil is a common medication used to stimulate erections in men with erectile dysfunction (ED) and treat certain heart conditions. Its most commonly known form is Viagra.

Many factors can influence how long Viagra takes to start working. In general, Viagra takes about 30 minutes to produce noticeable effects. But your diet, your overall health, the medications you’re taking, underlying conditions, and much more can all affect the amount of time Viagra takes to work in your body and how long it lasts.

How does it work?

An erection happens when nerves in your penis are stimulated. Then, muscles around two cylinder-shaped chambers of spongy material along your penis, known as the corpus cavernosa, relax and allow blood to flow in, causing an erection.

With ED, your nerves don’t communicate properly with your brain and blood doesn’t flow properly into the corpus cavernosa. Taking Viagra relaxes the walls of your blood vessels and lets blood flow more easily into the parts of your penis that cause an erection.

How long does it take to start working?

Viagra normally starts working 30–60 minutes after you take it in oral tablet form. It may take up to two hours to work.

Viagra doesn’t work on its own. You’ll still need to feel sexually aroused to get an erection. Feeling relaxed and comfortable can also help Viagra take effect sooner.

How long does it last?

On average, Viagra usually lasts between two and three hours before its effects start to diminish. Viagra can last up to five hours or longer depending on your dosage, your body’s metabolism, and other external factors.

Depending on how your body metabolizes it, you may be able to get an erection several times with Viagra in your body. Viagra probably won’t make you last longer in bed, though. No research has proven definitively that Viagra can increase how long you can have sex.

Viagra may not work again immediately after you’ve had sex. Normally, you can’t get another erection right after ejaculating because your body isn’t physiologically prepared for it. This is known as the refractory period. It may only last a few minutes, but it can last as long as a few hours or days.

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