There are 3 doses of Avanafil, 50mg, 100mg, and 200mg. The dose refers to how much of the active ingredient is in each pill.
This is the lowest dose available, used for people who are at a higher risk of side effects. If you’ve tried 100mg and it worked, but you had side effects, then you could try 50mg instead. Switching to 50mg with the help of a doctor can give you effective treatment and improve your side effects too.
We don’t offer 50mg Spedra so we can’t offer this dose of Avanafil medication.
This is the standard dose of Avanafil, and is the dose we recommend you try if you’ve not taken Avanafil before. This dose is safe and effective for most men who are prescribed it, but you can discuss changing your dose with a doctor if you feel it isn’t effective, or if you’re getting side effects.
This is the highest dose of Avanafil available, and is the safest amount you can take in a 24 hour period. If you tried the 100mg dose and it didn’t work for you, and you didn’t get any serious side effects, a doctor could help you switch to this dose.
Does dosage affects how likely Avanafil is to work?
The effectiveness of Avanafil is related to the size of the dose, meaning that on average, users taking a higher dosage are more likely to achieve an erection. This is not always the case, and will vary for each person. No matter what the dose is, once Avanafil has taken effect it should last for around 6 hours.
One study showed that Avanafil works for:
- 40-45% of men on a 50 mg dosage
- 55-60% of men on a 100 mg dosage
- 60-65% of men on a 200 mg dosage
This was compared with 25-30% of men on a placebo pill (one containing no medication).
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