Kamagra is a drug used to treat impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction (ED) in men (not women or children). ED is when a man has trouble getting or maintaining an erection. While this may happen at any age, this condition is common in older men.
Kamagra is a brand name for sildenafil citrate. It is also referred to as “generic Viagra” — Viagra being a trade name for sildenafil citrate sold by the Pfizer company. Sildenafil citrate is one of several available PDE5 inhibitors. What this means is it blocks certain enzymes that affect the smooth muscle cells lining the blood vessels supplying the erectile tissue of the penis. Since the enzymes associated with erectile tissue are also present in the retina, one rare but possible side effect is a degradation of vision. The most common side effects are headache, indigestion, diarrhea, rash, flushing and stuffy or runny nose. These side effects are generally temporary. An erection that lasts for more than four hours is cause to seek immediate medical care in order to avoid long-term injury. Side effects will vary in type and degree from patient to patient.
Kamagra is available as an oral jelly sachet containing 100mg of sildenafil citrate. The sachets are available in a variety of flavors, including banana, pineapple, orange strawberry and vanilla. It is intended for use as a single dose on as as-needed basis, taken approximately one hour prior to sexual activity. The contents of the sachet should be emptied onto a spoon and taken with a glass of water and without food. If taken with a large meal, it may take longer to take affect. The effects may begin in as little as 30 minutes and last up to 4 to 6 hours. Kamagra should not be taken more than once a day and only when sexual activity is anticipated—it is not intended as a routine medication. Kamagra oral jelly should be stored below 25 degrees C (77 degrees F) in a cool, dry place.
There are several cautions associated with taking Kamagra. Kamagra shouldn’t be taken with certain medications. For example, you shouldn’t take Kamagra if you take medications known as “nitrates”, such as nitroglycerin or other similar medications prescribed for chest pain. Also, use of recreational drugs known as “poppers” (amyl nitrate and butyl nitrate) should be avoided. Use of any of these nitrates in combination with Kamagra may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. Patients should stop taking Kamagra and seek immediate medical help if they experience signs of an allergic reaction.
Although Kamagra has many beneficial effects, it is not for everyone. You should not take Kamagra if intercourse is inadvisable due to cardiovascular or heart conditions or have had a heart attack in the last 6 months. Men with liver disease or abnormally high or low blood pressure also should not take Kamagra. Only and the patient in consultation with a healthcare professional can decide if Kamagra is an appropriate treatment. For those who live in Australia that may benefit from the drug, there are several online pharmacies that sell Kamagra.
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