What are the effects of Kamagra Tablets?
The active ingredient contained in Kamagra Tablets is called sildenafil citrate, which belongs to a group of medications called PDE-5 vasodilators. PDE-5 vasodilators were originally used as heart and cardiovascular medications to treat conditions like angina because they relax constricted blood vessels. Another effect that was discovered after taking sildenafil citrate was an increased likelihood of an erection occurring. Sildenafil citrate manipulates enzymes in the body to increase the amount of blood that can flow into the penis, so that during sex, the penis can become and stay erect.
No more than one Kamagra 100 mg tablet per day with water for faster absorption.
Important information regarding Kamagra Tablets
- Kamagra has no aphrodisiac effects - stimulation is required to achieve an erection.
- The penis should become flaccid again after intercourse. If an erection continues for 4 hours or more, seek medical attention.
- Take Kamagra at least 30-60 minutes before any sexual activity for best results.
- This medication can stay active in the body for 6 hours.
Please note, most of the undesirable side effects associated with erectile dysfunction products are due to dehydration and can be minimised by increasing intake of water. This is not a full list of side effects. For all side effects, consult your doctor.
Common side effects include:
- facial flushing or redness
- bluish/blurred vision
- blocked nose
These side effects should relent after sildenafil citrate leaves the body. If this is not the case, seek medical attention.
Rare more serious side effects include:
- sudden hearing loss
- sudden vision loss
Serious side effects with this product are extremely rare but if experienced, seek medical advice immediately.
Sildenafil citrate shouldn't be taken in the following cases:
- When taking any medications or recreational drugs containing nitrates (e.g. poppers)
- If you suffer from any type of cardiovascular problems including stoke and arrhythmia
- If you suffer from liver or kidney disease or impairment
- Blood pressure lower than 90/50
- Blood pressure higher than 170/110
- If you have received donation of an organ
- If you are suffering from a genetic disease of the retina called retinitis pigmentosa
- If you take protease inhibitors (antiviral drugs generally used for the treatment of HIV/AIDS and hepatitis)
- If you suffer from sickle cell or other types of anaemia
- If you are taking medications that contain isosorbide mononitrate, isosorbide dinitrate, nitroglycerin, sodium nitroprusside, erythatyl tetranitrate or pentaerythritol tetranitrate.
This is not a full list of contraindications. For all contraindications, consult your doctor.