The drug for potency Avanafil is the modern equivalent of the popular Viagra around the world, but with the low efficiency of conventional Viagra when combined with alcohol and fatty foods, deprived of its main disadvantages. Avanafil (Avanafil) - a drug designed for the male sex to erectile dysfunction. Thanks to him, the muscles of the penis relax more intensely, which facilitates blood flow, filling the erectile tissue of the blood and makes it easier to achieve an erection.
This preparation is an alternative medication from Viagra based on Sildenafil Citrate (Sildenafil) and is recommended for use once or regularly.
The advantages of the application
Avanafil Avanafil repeatedly allows the drug to be obtained can mix with food improves fat and alcohol. Avanafil is characterized by an increased duration of action. Avanafil promotion starts as soon as possible. Avanafil has various minor side effects.
Avanafil was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for erectile dysfunction treatment on April 27, 2012.1 The drug will be marketed in the United States as Stendra (Vivus, Mountain View, CA). The Food and Drug Administration has approved avanafil in dose strengths of 50 mg, 100 mg and 200 mg. Patients should take the medication as needed to achieve an erection and the lowest effective dose should be prescribed. The drug was approved on the basis of three studies that showed an advantage over placebo. An application on the avanafil market has been completed and was submitted to the European Union in March 2012. The drug is currently also approved for use in South Korea under a different brand name.
Rates of erectile dysfunction are difficult to determine due to a potentially low level of coverage by survey responders and a lack of a clear definition of erectile dysfunction provided to men who completed the surveys. The frequency of erectile dysfunction increases with increasing age. 2 men aged 18 to 59 years have an incidence of erectile dysfunction of 10%. Finding more data on similar groups divided the age groups into 10-year sections and found that of those aged 18-29 years as the reference group, those aged 50-59 years had a 3.5 times higher incidence of erectile dysfunction Put dysfunction. Another survey found that men older than 70 years had a 61% incidence of erectile dysfunction.