How Does Sildenafil Citrate Work?
When a man is sexually aroused, the arteries in the penis relax and widen, allowing increased blood-flow. As these arteries expand, the veins that normally carry blood away from the penis become compressed, restricting the blood flow out of the penis. With more blood flowing in and less flowing out, the penis enlarges, resulting in an erection. If the nerves or blood vessels associated with this process aren't working properly, a man may not be able to get an erection. Sildenafil Citrate increases blood flow to the penis so that when a man is sexually aroused, he can attain and maintain an erection.

How Do Sildenafil Citrate soft tabs Work So Fast?
By eliminating the digestive process required by regular, swallowable Viagra® tablets, the time required for Sildenafil Citrate soft tabs to work is drastically reduced. Sildenafil Citrate soft tabs begin working in about 15 minutes! This is accomplished by a revolutionary compounding process developed especially for this product, taking crushed Viagra® tablets and compounding them into a new, faster form, the soft tab!

How have you improved the soft tabs and is there really a better sildenafil citrate soft tab?
The latest version of these tabs is in OUR exclusive new shape designed for the best possible packaging and administration. We only use Pfizer's Viagra® purchased from main channel pharmaceutical distributors supplied directly by Pfizer. Additionally, we only use pharmaceutical grade compounding bases and flavorings.

How are these soft tabs made?
Unlike the other sites now flooding the market, once your medical questionnaire is approved by a licensed physician and an official prescription issued, a licensed pharmacy employing a highly skilled Compounding Pharmacist custom compounds your medication and packages the tabs for shipment.

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