Silchemo

Silchemo drug for improvement of erectile function was approved in August 2011.

A pharmaceutical company Liconsa supplies Silchemo to different countries of the world. The same company supplies similar drug under the name ¬ęSildenafil Liconsa¬Ľ.

Oblong blue tablets Silchemo engraved with “25”, “50” or “100”. This engraving indicates the dosage of active substance in a tablet.

  • Silchemo tablets are packed in blister
  • Silchemo packages contain 1, 4, 8, or 12 tablets.

Silchemo tablets were originally authorized for sale in Sweden, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands and Norway, but it is quite possible that you will not find them in all listed countries.

For example, Silchemo is not sold at Swedish pharmacies today. In October 2012, Swedish Medical Products Agency excluded Silchemo 25mg, 50mg, and 100mg tablets from a list of registered drugs.

Reasons for marketing discontinuation of Silchemo in some countries of EU are not related to efficacy and safety of the drug. Low sales are the most common cause of deregistration of drugs.

Silchemo 25mg, 50mg and 100mg tablets are generic of Viagra and many other similar drugs containing Sildenafil. Compared to these drugs, Silchemo provides no additional benefits while treating ED.

Today, you can buy a lot of Viagra generic drugs in Europe.

Such drugs are known under the names:

  • Idilico

  • Olvion

  • Lekap

  • Vizarsin.

ActavisViagra generic drugs are also supplied under the international non-proprietary name Sildenafil. The suppliers of these drugs for ED treatment are Orion, Accord, 1A Farma, Actavis, Mylan and other pharmaceutical companies.

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