What is Avana 200 mg and how to take it?
The Avana 200 mg is a fast-acting oral tablet with an onset of action of about 15 minutes and a duration of three to five hours.
The Avana 200 mg tablet for erectile dysfunction works by inhibiting the enzyme PDE-5, which increases blood flow to the penis, allowing for a natural erection.
It’s important to take this medication as directed and use it only when needed since it may cause vision problems. Additionally, like Viagra, Avana should not be taken more than once a day because this can lead to hearing loss in rare cases.
Other medicines of the same type are listed below –
Side Effects of Avana 200 tablet
More common Side Effects for 200 mg
- redness of the face, arms,
- Pain in the stomach and muscles is also very common when consuming medicine.
- muscle aches and pains
- Sometimes the erection will last longer, which can become painful. You should discuss this issue with the physician.
- Warmth – Rise of body temperature
- Runny Nose or Nasal Congestion
- Color vision change
- Difficulty having a bowel movement (stool)
- Itching skin
- Muscle spasms
- Muscle aching
- Body aches or pain
- Ear congestion
- Loss of voice
Warnings and Precautions
Avana 200 is a prescription drug that can cause serious side effects and should only be taken with advice from an appropriate healthcare provider.
Common side effects of Avaforce may include headaches, flushing, nasal congestion, stomach pain, or back pain. More serious potential side effects require medical attention immediately if they occur.
People with liver impairment should also use this medication cautiously as it might affect how it works.
Patients who are already taking nitrates such as Isosorbide Dinitrate for chest pain should not take Avana 200 as it may increase their risk of low blood pressure.