Avanafil

Category: Sexual Health



Avanafil Overview

Avanafil is a PDE5 inhibitor approved for erectile dysfunction by the FDA on April 27, 2012[1] and by EMA on June 21, 2013.[2] Avanafil is known by the trademark names Stendra and Spedra. It was invented at Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma, formerly known as Tanabe Seiyaku Co.,[3] and licensed to Vivus Inc., which partnered with Menarini Group to commercialise Spedra in over forty European countries, Australia, and New Zealand.[4] Metuch...

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Avanafil
  • Tablet: 100mg, 200mg, 50mg
  • Tablet, Tablet: 50mg 100mg and 200mg
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