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Aronix Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

Sildenafil 50 mg Tablets for Impotence and ED

Aronix tablets are an over the counter treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED) and impotence in men.


If you’re struggling to maintain an erection or find it difficult to get hard, Aronix sildenafil tablets can help you to get and keep an erection during sex.


Just one tablet is all you’ll need to help you to get and maintain an erection when you’re sexually stimulated, giving you peace of mind and letting you enjoy sex without worrying about ED.


Aronix tablets work for around 8 hours, so once you’ve taken your dose, you can relax and enjoy your alone time with your partner without feeling like you’re stuck to a time limit.

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Is Aronix the same as Viagra?

Aronix and Viagra contain the same active ingredient, Sildenafil citrate, so they work in exactly the same way.


Although there are some slight differences in the makeup of the tablets, by using the same active ingredient Aronix is just as effective as Viagra when treating erectile dysfunction.

Is sildenafil incompatible with any medications (contraindications)?

The Sildenafil in Aronix can interact with some medications, causing some contraindications, so if you’re already taking other medications make sure to speak to your doctor or pharmacist before taking these tablets.


Some medications that can’t be taken at the same time as Aronix include:


  • Nitrate medicines or nitric oxide donors, which are often used to ease chest pain or heart failure, e.g. glycerine trinitrate, isosorbide mononitrate, isosorbide dinitrate, amyl nitrate (“poppers”), nicorandil, sodium nitroprusside
  • Riociguat or other medicines from the group called guanylate cyclase stimulators, which are used to treat high blood pressure in your lungs, including that caused by blood clots
  • Ritonavir, which is used to treat HIV
  • Other erectile dysfunction treatments
  • Alpha-blockers, which are used to treat urinary problems caused by an enlarged prostate or high blood pressure, e.g. alfuzosin, doxazosin, tamsulosin
  • Protease inhibitors, which are used to treat HIV, e.g. saquinavir
  • Cimetidine, which is used for heartburn
  • Itraconazole and ketoconazole, which are used for fungal infections
  • Erythromycin, which is an antibiotic

Are there any natural remedies for erectile dysfunction?

There aren’t any reliable home remedies for erectile dysfunction, but your doctor may ask you to make some lifestyle changes as part of your treatment.


Some of the most common lifestyle changes your doctor will recommend to help with your ED include:


  • Losing weight if you need to
  • Quit smoking
  • Drink less than 14 units of alcohol a week
  • Exercise regularly
  • Eat healthily

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Is Sildenafil safe?

Sildenafil is perfectly safe if you take it as recommended by the manufacturers.


The manufacturers of Aronix recommend that you should take one 50mg tablet around an hour before having sex and that you should only take one tablet a day.


If you’re ever concerned about whether Aronix is right for you, or if any of your medication is safe, you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist and ask their advice.

Can I take Aronix for erectile dysfunction if I have diabetes?

Diabetes can cause erectile dysfunction in the same way it causes other conditions, by damaging the nerves and blood vessels in your body.


Diabetes can damage the nerves and blood vessels in the penis, causing less blood flow and making it difficult to get an erection and even causing loss of sensation if you manage to keep an erection.


If you have diabetes and are struggling with erectile dysfunction, don’t try to treat it yourself as you could make matters worse.


Speak to your doctor, they’ll be able to review what’s happening and why.

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Can I buy Aronix erectile dysfunction treatment over the counter?

Aronix tablets are available over the counter from pharmacists like us.


You don’t need a prescription, but you will have to answer a few simple questions from our pharmacists before you can buy.


These questions help our pharmacy team to be sure that Aronix is the right treatment for you and that the tablets safe for you to take.


Once our pharmacy team have reviewed your answers, they’ll confirm your order and send it out to you, or they’ll be in touch discuss other more suitable treatments.

Is erectile dysfunction related to high blood pressure?

High blood pressure (also known as hypertension) can cause erectile dysfunction, as it puts strain on your blood vessels, potentially causing damage.


In order to get an erection, your blood vessels need to open up and allow blood flow into the penis, so damage to your blood vessels can affect your ability to get an erection.


Lowering your high blood pressure could help to ease your ED, so we’d recommend asking your doctor for advice if you’re concerned that your blood pressure could be playing a part in your impotence.

Why can’t I drink grapefruit juice when I’m taking Sildenafil?

You should not eat grapefruit or drink grapefruit juice while taking Sildenafil, as they can affect your medication.


This is because they contain a kind of chemical called furanocoumarins.


This chemical reacts with an enzyme in the lining of your gut and liver which breaks down lots of different kinds of medications, making it less effective.


This means that if you eat grapefruit or drink grapefruit juice when taking a medication that needs this enzyme to break down, the enzyme won’t be able to do its job properly.


This can lead to too much of the medication you’re taking ending up in your bloodstream, giving you a much higher dosage than you needed to take and possibly causing side effects.

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Is Sildenafil suitable for women?

Sildenafil is not suitable for women, as it’s designed to treat erectile dysfunction.


If you’re a woman and you’re concerned about your partner’s erectile dysfunction or have any questions about any other sexual problems, ask a medical professional for advice.


Your doctor, pharmacist, or local sexual health clinic will be happy to answer any questions and provide any treatments you may need.

Does Aronix have any side effects?

Aronix tablets can have side effects, just like any other medication, although not everyone gets them.


Some of the most common side effects include:


  • Headaches
  • Nausea, indigestion, stuffy nose, dizziness
  • Facial flushing, hot flush
  • Colour tinge to vision, blurred vision, visual disturbances


For more information about the side effects of Aronix, please read the patient information leaflet included with your medication.

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