Stendra vs. Viagra: Differences, similarities, and which is better for you

Gepubliceerd op 20 november 2020 om 14:40

If you suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED), you are not alone. An estimated 15 to 30 million men in the United States experience ED. Stendra (avanafil) and Viagra (sildenafil) are two medications used in the treatment of ED. They belong to a group of FDA-approved prescription medications called phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors (PDE5 inhibitors). Other drugs in this class of ED medications include Cialis (tadalafil) and Levitra (vardenafil).

PDE5 inhibitors work by increasing both the levels and activity of nitric oxide. By doing this, there is better blood flow to the penis, causing an erection. The medications also help to prolong erections and increase sexual satisfaction. It is important to note that PDE5 inhibitors work in conjunction with sexual stimulation.

What are the main differences between Stendra and Viagra?

Stendra genaric and Viagra are both PDE5 inhibitors used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction.

Stendra is currently only available in a brand name only. The chemical name is avanafil, but the drug is not yet available as avanafil, only as brand-name Stendra.

Stendra should be taken as a 100 mg or 200 mg dose, as early as 15 minutes prior to sexual activity. It can also be dosed at 50 mg approximately 30 minutes before sexual activity.

Viagra should be taken approximately one hour prior to sexual activity. Whether you take Stendra or Viagra, only one dose should be taken in one day.

Regardless of the drug or dose, the medication should be accompanied by sexual stimulation in order to be effective. Either drug may be taken with or without food.


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