Kamagra is a generic analogue of the well-known Viagra and, quite similarly, is used in cases of erectile dysfunction. This medication temporarily blocks the phosphodiesterase enzymes in the penis, preventing them from working too quickly. By doing so, Kamagra helps the patient maintain an erection throughout the intercourse, although it will not cause arousal. The erection will have to be produced by external stimulation.
Before taking Kamagra or any other medicine with similar effects, consult your regular theurapist. It is generally a prescribtion drug which is best to be taken under a specialist's guidance. Also, erectile dysfunction treatment with the help of Kamagra can lead to possible side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, sudden numbing sensations in the jaw, neck and chest area and even abrupt sight loss for several minutes. Most of these usually come up during the sexual act and call for immediate interruption of the activity and contacting your doctor. It might be that you have taken a bigger dose than your body demands or even allergic to sildenafil citracte, Kamagra's active chemical agent.
Remember that there are limitations to taking Kamagra: no more than one pill a day about one hour before the planned sexual activity. If you are not expecting to have an intercourse, it is better to skip Kamagra altogether on this day.