Spedra contains Avanafil an active ingredient used to treat erectile dysfunction by increasing the blood flow to the penis. It is more targeted than other erectile dysfunction treatments and can be quicker to take effect typically within 15-30 minutes.
Is there a difference between Spedra and Viagra?
Spedra contains the active ingredient avanafil whereas Viagra contains Sildenafil so they are completely different drugs however they both have a similar effect on your body by increasing the flow of blood to the penis for an erection to occur. They are both equally as effective as each other and last for a similar amount of time however Spedra takes action in half the typical time by being absorbed much faster by the body.
As Spedra is a new drug, there is limited experience in its use. Drug trials are very reassuring, but we may not yet be aware of all the rare side effects. Common side effects include facial flushing, headache, light headedness, nasal/sinus congestion, indigestion, a pounding heartbeat and blurred vision. Please read the manufacturers leaflet for all side effects
Take one tablet thirty minutes before sex. Spedra can be taken with or without food, if taken with food, it may take longer to work. Positive effects can last for four hours or longer.
You should not take Spedra more than once a day. Grapefruit juice should be avoided within 24 hours prior to taking Spedra. Drinking alcohol at the same time as taking Spedra may increase your heart rate and lower your blood pressure. It may also decrease your ability to get an erection.