Sildenafil relaxes the blood vessel's muscles and increases blood flow to specific body regions. Sildenafil is used for treating erectile dysfunction (impotence) in men under the brand name Viagra.
The sildenafil product Kamagra, which is used to treat pulmonary arterial hypertension and enhance male and female exercise ability.
Sildenafil is part of a class of medicines called type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors of phosphodiesterase. Sildenafil works in various ways, depending on the condition it is used for treatment.
For ED: Sildenafil acts by increasing the circulation of blood into the penis. This helps to get an erection or to maintain it.
For PAH: Sildenafil works by relaxing your muscles and opening up your lungs' blood vessels.
Sildenafil comes in three forms: an oral pill, an oral (liquid) suspension, and a doctor-only injection.
Taking sildenafil as prescribed to you. Follow all directions on your prescription label and read all instruction sheets or medication guides. For adults, take one tablet of 25MG one hour before sexual intercourse.
The common side-effects include:
You can take this drug with or without a meal. Keep those tablets away from light as a precautionary measure.