Frequently Asked Questions
Cenforce tablets are used to treat men who suffer from erectile dysfunction which is often referred to as ED. Cenforce is advertised as containing sildenafil, which is the same active ingredient in the original erectile dysfunction treatment Viagra. Cenforce does not pass the quality control tests that all UK medication must undergo and is therefore not legal to be sold in the UK.
£15.8 million of unlicensed imitation medication such as Vidalista was seized at the UK border. Indian counterfeit drugs are a huge problem in the UK. We recommend you only buy medication online from regulated online pharmacies such as e-Surgery.
As Cenforce tablets are not legally sold in the UK it is impossible to monitor the amount of active ingredient it contains. Often it may contain very little or none at all. It is also possible that the tablets may contain harmful additives that could cause damage to your health. The active ingredient that it supposedly contains, Sildenafil Citrate can be purchased legally online from as low as £7.50 from legitimate online pharmacies such as e-Surgery.
Cenforce tablets have not passed UK quality control. It is not legal to sell or buy it in the UK. Many online vendors such as cenforceonline.net and many other sites import these drugs from India and sell it illegally into the UK with no regulation.
Cenforce is sold by Indian companies that do not have to meet UK standards so the amount of the active ingredient, Sildenafil, can vary from the amount the pills are advertised as containing. It is possible that the Cenforce tablets will also contain additives that would be harmful to your health.
It may seem that buying Cenforce off online venders would be a cheaper alternative to Viagra but buying generic sildenafil from a registered pharmacy such as e-Surgery will likely work out as cheaper and would also not pose any risk to your health.
As Cenforce tablets are not monitored by UK legislation it is always risky to consume. It is also impossible to tell how much of the active ingredient is in the pills. The side effects of the supposed active ingredient Sildenafil are bloodshot eyes, flushing of the face, and headaches. You should not take sildenafil if you have any issues with your heart as it can cause a rapid drop in blood pressure.
As the active ingredient that Cenforce claims to contain is accessible in popular erectile dysfunction medication it is easy to obtain legally. It is the active ingredient in the original erectile dysfunction medication, Viagra but it is available in much cheaper form as the generic version of sildenafil citrate so is not worth the risk to your health.
There are many erectile dysfunction treatments currently on the market. If Sildenafil Citrate does not work well for you, these alternatives may work.
- Cialis (Generic name Tadalafil): Nicknamed “the weekender”, Cialis has a much longer duration of action. It lasts up to 36 hours after taking the tablet. It is also available for continuous once daily use.
- Spedra: This new generation of ED tablet works in as little as 15 minutes, it is currently the fastest acting erectile dysfunction tablet on the market.
- Levitra: Some patients who don’t respond well to sildenafil (Cenforce) respond much better to Levitra, especially diabetics. It works a bit faster and works for about as long as sildenafil (Cenforce).
Cenforce advertises that it contains the same active ingredient as Viagra, which is Sildenafil, however there is no guarantee it contains the active ingredient so there is no way of knowing if it is safe. The cheaper version of Viagra, which is the generic sildenafil citrate which can be bought online from reputable sources such as e-Surgery for as little as £7.50 so there you do not take any risks with your health.
I always discourage my patients from using unlicensed drugs such as Cenforce, as they are not guaranteed to be safe or contain any of the active ingredient at all. The same generic sildenafil can be bought from e-Surgery for as little as £7.50, therefore there is no need to take health risks with these medication.