Stendra is a new erectile dysfunction drug developed by Vivus Pharmaceuticals that was recently approved on April 27th, 2012 by the FDA and is set to launch in late 2012.
Stendra's generic name is "Avanafil" and is classified as a PDE5, which stands for Phosphodiesterase type 5. It joins Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, and Staxyn as the 5th Erectile Dysfunction medication in that category. Stendra will be available in 50mg, 100mg, and 200mg dosages.
Stendra is the first erectile dysfunction drug to come out in almost 10 years and the great news is that for many men it works in just 15 minutes.
Several clinical trials were conducted on Stendra and of the thousands of men who participated, around 80% reported a firm erection within 15 minutes of taking it.
This is causing health care experts and people who suffer from impotence to label it the first potentially "on-demand" erectile dysfunction drug. Viagra and other PDE5 inhibitors take around 30-60 minutes for the user to notice the effects.
Side effects of Stendra are very similar to the side effects of Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, and Staxyn because they are all PDE5 inhibitors.
The most common side effects include flu like symptoms including headaches, stuffy nose, indigestion, and flushing in the face. In limited cases it can cause erections to last for more than 4 hours, and if this happens you should always seek medical attention. Other more serious side effects can include hazy vision, loss of vision, and hearing loss.
Many people are anxious to try Stendra and see if it really does work in 15 minutes, so the big question remains: When Can I Buy Stendra?
Stendra will hit the market in late 2012 but if you are currently suffering from erectile dysfunction, the little blue pill Viagra is still helping men worldwide maintain an active sex life.
Many choose Cialis because it can last up to 36 hours which is how it got the nickname of "The Weekend Pill."
Stendra will soon be available for consumers to purchase discretely from your trusted online facilitator AccessRx.com in late 2012.