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Sildenafil Brand Name

Sildenafil Brand Name

Brands of sildenafil

Sildenafil is the medical name for the active ingredient in Viagra tablets. The patent for Viagra held by the drug company Pfizer expired in June 2013. Since then a number of UK licensed brands of sildenafil have become available from various pharmaceutical manufacturers. These companies market sildenafil branded by their company names, e.g. Sandoz sildenafil, Mylan sildenafil, Accord, Actavis, Ajanta, Pfizer, Teva, Torrent, Dr Reddys, Bristol Labs, Zentiva, etc.

Generic treatment

As long as doctors write prescriptions using the medical name of the active ingredient, sildenafil, and not a brand name, pharmacists are free to supply any one of the available sildenafil brands. This sort of prescribing, using the medical name not the brand name, is called generic prescribing. Sildenafil is sometimes called generic Viagra. It is more accurate to say Viagra is a brand of sildenafil, and that sildenafil is the generic name.

Prices of sildenafil

Sildenafil is relatively cheap to produce, each tablet costing only a few pence to make. Pharmaceutical companies supplying sildenafil – since the patent of Viagra expired – now compete mainly on price and prices have come down dramatically.
There is not much to choose in terms of wholesale price from one of the new producers of sildenafil to another, but compared with pre-patent expiry, prices have fallen a lot. The wholesale price is the price pharmacies pay. Patients pay a considerable mark-up, which varies from one pharmacy to another. Some online suppliers are much lower cost than others (compare prices of sildenafil).

The original brand of sildenafil from Pfizer, Viagra, is still available, but at the same high price as before, despite its market share shrinking. It remains popular only with men who can afford the original and who are reluctant to switch. Pfizer have also launched a generic sildenafil product as well.

Levitra (vardenafil), Cialis (tadalafil) and the newer tablet Spedra (avanafil) are alternatives to sildenafil. Levitra and Spedra are all still under patent and are considerably more expensive.

Benefits of low cost treatment

Erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment is now affordable to more men than before. The market in fake ED treatments from unregulated overseas websites has reduced and the NHS has increased the availability of treatment. These are welcome changes for men with ED who previously faced high prices, or cheap and potentially dangerous supplies from illegal websites, or severe restriction and rationing on the NHS.

Some have argued that low cost ED treatment is not a good thing. They suggest it will encourage recreational rather than therapeutic use. Those familiar with the treatment of ED through online clinics have not noticed a change in requests for treatment. The vast majority of men who take tablets for the treatment of ED do so for genuine medical reasons. The tablets usually work well to relieve a potentially distressing condition.

Dr Fox provides sildenafil tablets from 97p each following an online consultation.
Information about drug Sildenafil includes cost of the drug and the type of drug - tablet, capsule, syrup, cream, gel, ointment, liquid or injection. To view the price of the drug, click on the brand name. The generic Sildenafil is manufactured by 56 companies. Medindia's drug directory has currently 75 Brands of Sildenafil listed. New generics and brands are constantly being updated as and when they are approved by drug controller and available in the pharmacies.

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Generic medications are the same quality as popular brand-named drugs, however, they are much cheaper because you don’t pay here for the brand, just for the effective pills.