Kamagra is one of the generic brand of Viagra that is used in treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED) in men. The tablets is manufactured by the Indian based company called Ajanta Pharma. Kamagra works by inhibiting an enzyme which controls the flow of blood through the penis tissues. This enzyme is referred to as the cyclic GMP specific Phosphodiesterase type-5.
Medical uses for Kamagra
Initially kamagra tablets were developed to indicate the chances of hypertension and that’s why it was originally referred to as an anti-hypertensive pill. As the time went by, further scientific research revealed that the medication was of great help to men with erectile dysfunction.
As a medication of erectile dysfunction, kamagra is linked with the treatment of persistent incapacity of reaching, achieving and/or maintain a normal erection to satisfy both the men and their partners. People experiencing these conditions are likely to suffer from lower level of self confidence and sexual intimacy.
Kamagra tablets are also used in treatment of a condition called pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). The drug helps to normalize the blood pressure, thus improving the exchange of the fresh air in the lungs. Some of the deadly diseases that are accompanied by pulmonary arterial hypertension are; congenital heart diseases, cirrhosis, portal hypertension, sickle cell disease and the thyroid diseases.
Kamagra is a diamond shaped pill, blue in colour and it comes in a single or in a four-pills park. The drug is orally taken with liquids like water. You are recommended to take approximately 50mg of kamagra per day; and preferably one hour before the sexual intercourse. Depending on the effectiveness of the drug and the tolerance of an individual, the drug can also be reduced to 25mg/day or even increased to 100mg/day. Its effects can be felt in between 30 minutes and 2 hours after the intake. Avoid overdosing this drug because it can lead to poisoning.
Some of the most common side effects of taking kamagra tablets include the allergic reactions like swelling of the lips, tongues and face, blocking of the respiratory systems and the throat. Others include irregular heart-beats, chest pains, dizziness, breath shortness and nausea.
Problems such as swollen hands, ankles and legs as well as painful and prolonged erections that can last up to fours hours are also common. When all these effects are noticed, please stop using the medication and seek the professional examination and treatment in Australia before it is too late.
Patients who are using other organic nitrates like amyl nitrite, nitroglycerin, isosorbide mononitrate and isosorbide to treat other heart diseases are forbidden from using the Kamagra tablets.
Interaction with alcoholic contents also impairs the ability to get full erections and therefore alcohol drinking should be avoided when using this drug.
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