Can I take Kamagra if I have heart problems?
In order to explain why this question one of the most frequently asked about Kamagra and before we get round to answering it, we need to say a thing or two about Kamagra firstly. Kamagra is a PDE5 inhibitor manufactured by a pharmaceutical company from India, Ajanta Pharma, a big pharmaceutical company which manufactures drugs for Indian government hospitals, their army and that is one of the biggest players in its field in Asia. Kamagra is only one of their products and it is virtually the same medication as Viagra. Its main ingredient is sildenafil, just like Viagra’s and the quantities of this ingredient are the same in Kamagra as in the corresponding dosages of Viagra. Also, you can rest assured that Kamagra has passed all the needed trials and tests in order to get the approval of the Indian regulatory agency and that the ingredients found in Kamagra are all top notch. It is as safe as Viagra and it works in exactly the same fashion. It is only sold under the name Kamagra as it is sold in a different market and manufactured by a different company.
Now that we have cleared up a thing or two about Kamagra and that we have introduced it as a proper PDE5 inhibitor, we can now start talking about the concern from the title. Namely, the question of men with heart problems taking PDE5 inhibitors is the oldest question about this class of medications. Namely, PDE5 inhibitors work in such a way that they help in dilating blood vessels which lead the blood into the sponge-like tissue found in the penis. However, due to the fact that all PDE5 inhibitors are still not 100% selective, these medications may also affect the blood vessels in other parts of the body. This of course raises a question whether these medications are therefore safe for men who are suffering from different heart conditions.
Well, the situation goes a little bit like this. You will still be able to take Kamagra if you are suffering from heart conditions, but you will need to take extra precaution when taking the medication, taking notice of any unusual side effect. Also, you will have to talk to your doctor who will then probably run some tests in order to ascertain that you can take Kamagra. Among conditions that will warrant this careful approach are congestive heart failure, heart arrhythmias, low or high blood pressure, as well as any recent heart attacks, congestive heart failure or strokes.
The only case in which you will certainly be told not to take Kamagra under any circumstances is if you are taking any heart medications containing either nitrites or nitrates. Some of the most commonly used heart medications contain nitrates and can interact with Kamagra in such a way that they might cause life-threateningly low blood pressure. If you are taking any heart medications, make sure that you discuss the use of Kamagra with your doctor.