Erectile dysfunction is a medical condition during which the man is unable to achieve or maintain an erection, even after receiving sexual stimulation. Its appearance rate is more frequent among men over the age of 50 but it can also affect young males, especially ones suffering from high levels of anxiety. Fortunately for both of the above groups, medical science offers us yet another tool to stop erectile dysfunction. Its name is Vigora.
This drug is manufactured by German Remedies Pvt Ltd, a pioneer pharmaceutical company characterized by very high levels of professionalism and expertise in what is a very competitive field of medicine. Just like every other drug, Vigora has a main, also known as active, ingredient, one that defines its function and the way it helps the person fight against the respective condition. Vigora’s active ingredient is sildenafil citrate. But, how does it help a man have an erection that will allow him to engage in sexual intercourse? In order to answer this question, first we must clarify the mechanism through which an erection is possible.
When the male body is sexually stimulated, it produces nitric oxide, the essential chemical compound when it comes to an erection. This substance then “pairs” with the receptors of an enzyme known as guanylate cyclase, thus increasing the concentration of cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) and causing a normal erection that lasts all the way to the end of the sexual intercourse.
Erectile dysfunction occurs when the cGMP cannot reach the required levels and trigger the start of the erection phase. This happens due to the existence of phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) that causes cGMP to degrade.
Vigora’s mechanism of action is really simple to comprehend. All it does is make sure that the PDE5 described in the previous paragraph is not allowed to block the accumulation of cGMP. This is the reason why its active ingredient, sildenafil citrate, belongs to a certain group called PDE5 inhibitors.
Just like every other drug, Vigora has a list of contraindications. It is very important that all potential users read it and understand that Vigora is a strong drug that should not be made light of. Here are the groups of men that are not allowed to use Vigora:
– Men who take any type of drugs that contain nitrates.
– Men who have recently suffered a heart attack or a stroke.
– Men who tend to manifest low blood pressure.
– Men who suffer from liver issues that result in it not functioning properly.
– Men with kidneys disorders, especially acute ones.
– Men who have an increased risk of cardiovascular complications during intercourse (physical activity).
– Men who have hereditary eye problems, especially in the area of the retina.
There are also side effects that have been documented to occur. Even though they are quite rare, they need to be mentioned since listing them is both a professional and moral obligation. Plus knowing about possible side effects is the best way to be on the safe side – forewarned is forearmed.
The most common side effects that are usually temporary and do not require immediate medical attention are sudden flushing, nasal congestion, feeling of warmth on the skin, muscle pain, skin rashes, mild headache.
Rare but a bit more serious side effects include sudden skin sensitivity, an increase in urination frequency, ear pain, sudden difficulty swallowing, anxiety, sudden pain in the abdomen or the stomach, feeling of fatigue.
Needless to say, even though all of the above will most likely disappear in a very short period of time, you have to consult your doctor if any of the side effects persist.
The effectiveness of Vigora has already been proven by the great number of positive reviews it has received so far. Since sex plays a crucial role in forming a healthy relationship between a man and woman, it is very important to deal with very first signs of erectile dysfunction using only top quality products like Vigora.
Although Vigora can be easily purchased on multiple websites without a prescription, users are recommended to consult their doctors before taking the drug.