What is a green pill with 100 on it?

January 12, 2020 Off By idswater

What is a green pill with 100 on it?

Pill with imprint SC 100 is Green, Elliptical / Oval and has been identified as Sildenafil Citrate 100 mg. It is supplied by Ajanta Pharma Limited. Sildenafil is used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction; pulmonary hypertension and belongs to the drug classes agents for pulmonary hypertension, impotence agents.

What is Sildenafil 100mg used for?

Sildenafil is a medicine used to treat erectile dysfunction. It increases blood flow to the penis to help men get an erection. At least two-thirds of men have improved erections after taking it.

How effective is Sildenafil 100mg?

Taking Sildenafil 100mg There is not a great deal of difference between Sildenafil 100mg and 50mg, although in clinical trials, the higher dosage was seen to be 82% effective, as opposed to 74% effective. The effects of Sildenafil 100mg do not last longer than the 50mg dosage, but they tend to be stronger.

Is Sildenafil as good as Viagra?

The takeaway Generic Viagra, sildenafil citrate, works the same as Viagra, but at a lower cost. While Pfizer still manufactures the “little blue pill,” other companies, globally and in the United States, make sildenafil that may look different but is still an effective treatment for erectile dysfunction.

What KGr 100?

Kampfgruppe 100 (KGr 100) was a specialist unit of the Luftwaffe during the early stages of World War II.

What are blue diamond shaped pills?

The ‘blue pill’, or ‘little blue pill’ is a nickname given to Viagra, a medication for erectile dysfunction that is globally recognisable as a blue, diamond-shaped, pill.

Does Kamagra make you last longer?

While Viagra does have some effects on blood flow throughout your body, there is no evidence that it increases your physical fitness during sexual activity and helps you last longer before getting tired.

Why is kamagra illegal?

Kamagra is not licensed for sale in the UK, therefore it is illegal to buy it or sell it in the UK. Most of the raids in recent years have involved the illegal supply of Kamagra by criminal gangs. The MHRA claim that confiscated drugs contain ingredients with “potentially serious side effects”.