Spedra is one of the faster-acting treatments for erectile dysfunction. This medication can help achieve an erection from just 15 minutes of taking. Spedra is taken in a single-dose, approximately 30 minutes to 1 hour before sex.
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- Effective from 15 minutes
- Helps quickly achieve an erection
- Lasts up to 4 hours
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Spedra helps quickly achieve and maintain an erection. As one of the faster acting erectile dysfunction treatments, Spedra tablets are effective from just 15 minutes from taking for most men.
The medication works by increasing blood flow to the penis, helping those who have difficulties gain an erection more easily. A Spedra assisted erection is achieved following sexual arousal, meaning this medication will not give you an erection unless stimulated.
How long does Spedra take to work?
For most, Spedra can help achieve an erection within just 15 minutes of being taken. The time taken to see the desired effects can vary depending on several factors.
The effectiveness of Spedra can depend on alcohol and food consumption. You should avoid drinking alcohol when taking Spedra, as this can reduce its effects.
How regularly can I take Spedra?
Although Spedra can typically be taken as often as it is required, it is recommended not to take more than one erectile dysfunction medication treatment in 24 hours. It is also not recommended to take Spedra for more than four days a week.
Can I take Spedra if I have heart problems?
If you suffer from heart problems or a heart condition, take caution and seek medical advice from a GP before taking Spedra. This ED treatment can affect your blood pressure and put additional strain on the heart.
Whether Spedra is suitable or not will depend on a number of individual circumstances and your symptoms as well as their severity.
Can I take Spedra even if I don’t have ED?
You should not take Spedra tablets unless you suffer from erectile dysfunction. It is not intended as a tablet for the purpose of sexual enhancement.
How to take Spedra
Spedra is most effective when taken on an empty stomach. You should avoid taking Spedra with a high-fat meal and also avoid drinking grapefruit juice for 24 hours before taking the medication.
When to take Spedra?
You should take Spedra 30-60 minutes before sexual activity.
Spedra can usually be taken as often as required. However, you should not take more than one ED medication within the same 24 hour period. You should also avoid taking Spedra and other erectile dysfunction treatments more than 4 days a week.
Does Spedra work?
Spedra works for 60-70% of men.
Side effects can occur when taking any medication, including Spedra. Most Spedra side effects are mild and subside over time. However, some are more serious and should be reported to your GP immediately. If you are concerned about the potential side effects of Spedra, please contact a member of our team.
Common side effects of Spedra can include:
- Runny/stuffy nose
- Red and/or warm skin
- Muscle pain or back pain
The side effects listed below are of a serious nature; you should stop taking Spedra, and report these to your GP immediately.
- An erection that will not go away (priapism). If you have an erection that lasts more than 4 hours, get medical help immediately. Priapism can cause permanent damage to your penis.
- Sudden vision loss in both eyes or one eye. Sudden vision loss in both eyes or one eye can be a sign of a serious eye problem called non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy.
- Sudden hearing decrease or hearing loss. Some men may also have ringing in their ears (tinnitus) or dizziness.
Find out more about potential side effects, how to take Spedra and how it works in the patient information leaflet. It is essential to read the patient information leaflet before taking any medicines, regardless of whether they are over the counter or prescription-only.