The majority of us have heard of the little blue pill named Aurogra – but how many of us actually know how it works? This guide will take you through everything you need to know about using Aurogra – an ideal starting point for those who are looking to purchase or use it.
What Is Aurogra?
Aurogra is a pill used to treat erectile dysfunction – also known as impotence. Aurogra helps the muscles in your blood vessels to relax, increasing blood flow to the penis. It is this increased blood flow which then allows you to get, and maintain, an erection during sexual intercourse.
How Effective Is Aurogra?
Aurogra has a pretty high success rate, treating around 70% of erectile dysfunction cases. There are, however, some factors which may lower its effectiveness.
If you eat a large meal or consume high amounts of alcohol before taking Aurogra, it may not be as effective as you hope.
In the unlikely event that Aurogra has failed to work over 5 times, get in touch with your GP or seek an alternative treatment (which we will discuss later in this guide!).
How To Take Aurogra
Aurogra doesn’t have a ‘course’, meaning it only needs to be taken when needed.
Usually, it is recommended to take Aurogra around 30 minutes before any form of sexual activity. If 30 minutes isn’t ideal, then you’re in luck, as it can remain effective for up to 4 hours.
You’ll be able to get an erection once you’ve taken Aurogra – but only after sexual stimulation. There’s a common misconception that you’ll get an erection purely from the pill, but this is not the case.
How Long Does Aurogra Take To Work?
It takes Aurogra anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour to work.
What To Avoid When Taking Aurogra
As mentioned earlier, eating or drinking too much before taking Aurogra may decrease its effectiveness. Fatty foods, in particular, should be avoided in the lead up to taking Aurogra.
It has also been found that grapefruit may interact with Aurogra, bringing on some unappealing side effects. Even grapefruit juice should be avoided in this instance.
Side Effects of Aurogra
In the majority of cases, Aurogra doesn’t cause any side effects. However, like most medications, it has been known to trigger a few problems. Common side effects of Aurogra include:
- An upset stomach
- Muscle pain
While these are known as ‘common’ side effects, they’re still not pleasant. If any of these side effects persist, then it’s wise to stop taking Aurogra and to seek an alternative treatment.
If the common side effects were bad enough, take a look at these more severe side effects (which require a trip to the doctors right away):
- An irregular heartbeat
- Swelling in your hands or feet
- Shortness of breath
- Feeling incredibly faint
- Hearing loss