Kamagra (Sildenafil) is a medication that is the equivalent to Viagra because it contains the same active ingredient. Sildenafil, which is included in Kamagra pills, is one of the most popular and effective PDE5 inhibitors – a class of medications that derive their name from their capacity to block the function of the phosphodiesterase type 5 enzyme in the penis, but also in the lungs. Some other PDE5 inhibitors, besides Sildenafil, would be Tadalafil (Cialis) and Levitra (Vardenafil), among other similar drugs. Kamagra is mainly helpful for individuals who suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED), and it is the main medical use of this drug. However, Sildenafil that is included in the Kamagra formula may also be useful in the treatment of female sexual arousal disorders, where it works by increasing the pelvic blood flow, and in relieving the signs of pulmonary hypertension due to its blood vessel dilation properties.
Kamagra is also successfully used in men who experience problems related to premature ejaculation (PE), and it is able to delay the unwanted rapid ejaculatory response after vaginal penetration. Since Kamagra is equivalent to Viagra, the mechanism of action and potential adverse effects are virtually identical. It is recommended to undergo Kamagra treatment through the intake of Kamagra pills only after an evaluation made by your physician, which should include a thorough investigation of your cardiovascular health to determine whether a PDE5 inhibitor would be suitable for your erectile problems.
How is Kamagra able to restore a healthy erection in men who struggle with the symptoms of erectile dysfunction or some other sexual disorder like premature ejaculation?
Kamagra (Sildenafil) works by blocking an enzyme that plays a huge role in the cascade of events that culminates with an adequate erectile response after being sexually aroused. The brain transmits the nervous signal through nerve fibers that reach the cavernous structures in the penis, where they release a chemical messenger called nitric oxide (NO). This messenger activates an enzyme that releases cyclic GMP, which is the most important chemical in this chain of events culminating with an erection. cGMP widens the blood vessels, which allows for the entry of blood into the penis and thus stimulates a healthy and more potent erection in men suffering from erectile dysfunction.
However, the PDE5 enzyme is also activated during this physiological process, and it breaks down cyclic GMP and neutralizes its effects. Kamagra is able to block this enzyme, which normally results in the accumulation of cyclic GMP and a prominent blood vessel dilation, resulting in a stronger and healthier erection. Side effects occur in very few Kamagra users, and may include nausea, sensitivity to light or headaches. Discuss any unwanted effects appearing after Kamagra intake with a medical professional.
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