Penegra 50 mg is not meant for use by women, therefore women should stay away from the medicine. Men should avoid using any other medicines to treat sexual dysfunction without the permission of a doctor. It can be harmful to take this ED drug along with nitrates, medicines given for chest pain and angina. Avoid Penegra consumption if you have had a stroke, heart attack or high blood pressure. Let your doctor know if you suffer from any of these medications before deciding on Sildenafil citrate intake.
Patients taking Penegra 50 mg may develop painful erection, sudden hearing loss, irregular heartbeat, fainting, heavy feeling, painful erection, short sexual activity, sudden vision loss, tingling in the chest, jaw, neck, and arms, nausea, pain, swelling in hands, ankles, and feet. The erectile dysfunction drug may cause severe side effects such as prolonged and painful erection that last for more than four hours. Men are instructed to take Penegra 50 mg under the guidance of a doctor. Note that the medicine does not offer any protection against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as HIV, gonorrhoea, syphilis, etc. Hence, it is important to take safety measures while having sexual intercourse.