Why it is used
Caverta is a generic version of Viagra. It is a sildenafil based oral drug that is most effective in helping curb male impotence.
Your doctor/healthcare provider will give you complete and comprehensive details about using Caverta. If you haven’t received instructions, then check the patient information booklet.
Caverta is known to work differently for different people. So the time duration in which it starts to work may differ from person to person.
In most cases though, it is best when taken 30 to 60 minutes prior to having sex.
Instructions for Missed Dosage
Caverta is only required if you wish to indulge in sexual intercourse. It is not to be taken regularly. So, there is no chance of a missed dosage problem.
But if you forgot to take the medication before having sexual intercourse, then you can take it as soon as you remember it. You must wait for the right amount of time until Caverta is absorbed in your body.
The maximum permitted dosage is one pill in a 24 hour period.
Storage instructions for Caverta
Medications should possibly be stored at room temperature (59 and 86 degrees) in its original container. Avoid storing it in places with excessive moisture or direct exposure to heat or light.
Keep in a safe place away from pets and children.
What are the overdose symptoms?
You must seek emergency medical care if you consume more than the permitted dosage.
Every medication takes time to adjust with the body and may show certain side effects that fade away as the body adjusts to Caverta. These include warmth or redness in your face, neck, or chest, stuffy nose, headache, upset stomach; or back pain
But if these side effects do not go away by themselves or become bothersome, then seek medical attention.
On rare occasions, it may also cause severe side effects like sudden vision loss; ringing in your ears, or sudden hearing loss;
chest pain or heavy feeling, pain spreading to the arm or shoulder, nausea, sweating, general ill feeling; irregular heartbeat; swelling in your hands, ankles, or feet; shortness of breath; vision changes; feeling light-headed, fainting; or penis erection that is painful or lasts 4 hours or longer.
These should be reported immediately to your health care provider.