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Generic Viagra – Easy way to Treat Impotence

Sildenafil Citrate is the active ingredient of Generic Viagra; it’s availability in the jelly and tablet  form makes it easier for the users of this medication to consume the medication, since it’s not a hard pill it acts faster as compared to any other form of medication. The medication is effective in about 30 minutes and the effect lasts for 4-6 hours which considered a sufficient time to perform the sexual activity.

How does it Work:
Generic Viagra consists of Sildenafil Citrate as its major ingredient which is a well known PDE5 inhibitor which is known to treat impotency. The cyclic GMP enzyme which is boosted by taking this medication increases the blood flow in the corpus cavernosam and relaxes the arterial walls giving a better hard on required to perform the sexual activity.

Side Effects: There are various side effects which are related to Generic Viagra, but these side effects fade away once the body gets used to the medication, the side effects are mentioned below, and if prolonged symptoms are noticed it’s important to notify your doctor.

•    Gastrointestinal Side Effects: Diarrhea, Stomach Upset etc
•    Neurological Side Effects: Drowsiness, Headache.
•    Visual problems: Vision problems which include sensitivity to light.
•    Other Side Effects: Facial flushing, nasal congestion, urinary tract infection (UTI).

Dosage:
The recommended dosage should not exceed more than once in a day. Generic Viagra is available in 100mg sachet and it should be consumed 1 hour before the sexual activity. This medication is effective only if the patient is sexually stimulated.

Generic Viagra should be avoided with: It consists of Sildenafil Citrate which reacts with other medications and a few of them are mentioned below:

•    Patients suffering from high blood pressure should avoid taking this medication.
•    If you take drugs which contain nitrates, then you should avoid consuming kamagra as and consult your doctor for alternate options.