Kamagra Effervescent Tablets are used to treat erectile dysfunction (impotence) in men. The drug helps to relax the blood vessels in the penis, increasing blood flow and causing an erection, which is the natural response to sexual stimulation. However, Kamagra 100 mg effervescent tablets only work if you are sexually excited. Kamagra100 is available in files with seven effervescent tablets per pack and in four different flavors including Banana, Pineapple, Orange, and Strawberry.
Kamagra 100 mg effervescent tablets contain sildenafil, a phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitor used to treat erectile dysfunction or impotence in men. When a man is sexually stimulated, NO2 is released in the erectile tissue of the penis, which activates the enzyme guanylate cyclase. This enzyme increases levels of a chemical called cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP), which relaxes the blood vessels in the penis, allowing blood to fill the spongy erectile tissue to cause an erection. Another enzyme called phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) breaks down cGMP and prevents blood flow to the penis, leading to loss of erection. Kamagra 100 mg helps to treat erectile dysfunction by allowing the natural process of sexual stimulation to activate the cGMP mechanism to achieve and maintain an erection. Kamagra 100 mg effervescent tablets work faster than in other forms because sildenafil is absorbed into the blood faster and takes effect within 20 minutes and lasts up to 4 hours.
What do Kamagra Effervescent Tablets contain?
Kamagra Effervescent Tablets 100 mg contains the active ingredient sildenafil citrate in a strength of 100 mg. It is a phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor (PDE5) used to treat erectile dysfunction in men.
What side effects can Kamagra effervescent tablets have?
The most common side effects when taking Kamagra Effervescent Tablets 100 mg are:
- Nasal Congestion
More serious side effects include:
- Unusual heartbeats
- Urinary tract infections
- Blood in the urine
- Visual disturbances such as blurred vision
- Blue vision or increased perception of lights
- Persistent headache or fainting