Viagra Chemistry

The main chemical present in Viagra is Sildenafil. Sildenafil is used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Sildenafil also is used for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension in both women and men.

The drug Sildenafil works to stimulate phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5), a hormonal enzyme that relieves blood vessels, allowing them to open up for an increase of blood flow to get throughout the body and target locations that can benefit from the free flow of blood. For patients who suffer from pulmonary arterial hypertension,  blood flow is directed toward the heart muscles and lungs, helping to eliminate conditions of chest pain and high blood pressure that inhibit breathing. However, in Viagra, Sildenafil opens up blood vessels directed to the penis, so the blood can flow easily, creating a long lasting, hard erection during sexual stimulation.

The breakdown of cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP), the chemical in your body that relaxes blood vessels to allow for blood to flow freely, is due to the inhibiting of PDE5 enzyme by Sildenafil in kvinnlig viagra. Because the PDE5 enzyme is inhibited, there is an increased buildup of cGMP. The elevation of cGMP in the body will increase blood flow to the penis due to the relaxed blood vessels that lead the path to the penis.

Due to the Sildenafil in Viagra, it should only be taken once within a 24 hour period. An increase in the amount of Sildenafil in your system can cause severe side effects that include a severe decrease in low blood pressure and cardiovascular problems.

Please understand that there are side effects to taking cialis bästa pris, which contain Sildenafil. Some side effects include temporary vision problems, facial flushing, and headaches. Sildenafil interacts with certain medications, such as nitrates and alpha-blockers. The combination of the two drugs will cause hypotension in your system. Certain medical conditions, including diabetes, obesity or overweight, kidney conditions, liver conditions, diabetes, and cardiovascular conditions, should also be checked for their compatibility with Viagra. If you want to take Viagra (Sildenafil) with any of these medication or medical conditions, please speak with a medical professional first so they can give you guidelines on how to do both and have regular checkups with your doctor.