Kamagra (Sildenafil) Overdose Risks: What Happens When You Take Too Many Pills

Kamagra (sildenafil) is liberating for men struggling with getting an erection and keeping it in the bedroom. This pills help treat erectile dysfunction (ED) by increasing blood flow to the penis, but taking more pills than indicated could lead to permanent painful erection and other potential health risks that could harm the penis.

Oral medication is popularly known for the treatment of impotence in older men, but most Kamagra/Viagra users today are from the early to mid 50’s, according to Pfizer. Men are likely to use blue pills because sexual performance is a high priority for them, which can lead to abuse and overdose. Less (blue pills) is more when it comes to a healthy sexual function.

Sildenafil affects the penis and other parts of the body. Too much can cause a priapism, an uncomfortable and disproportionately large erection that lasts for more than four hours. A prolonged erection can lead to permanent damage to the tissues of the penis.

The pill works by inhibiting an enzyme called phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5), making the penis muscles more likely to relax, and allowing blood to flow, causing an erection. However, an excess of this will have most of the blood running into the penis, which causes it to become swollen and swollen. Surgery may even be necessary to reduce the blood that is led to swelling in the penis.

Inevitably, since Sildenafil is a drug that improves nitric oxide, which is a vasodilator – it can lower blood pressure – too much can lead to an increased risk in cardiovascular difficulties from fluctuations in blood pressure to irregularities in the heartbeat. Other common symptoms include blurred vision, sudden decrease in hearing or loss of hearing, accompanied by dizziness and ringing in the ears, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Kamagra has gained so much popularity among men suffering from ED, and also those who do not need the drug at all. The incidence of Kamagra overdose is more common in people taking higher doses of the drug. Remember, like other drugs for erectile dysfunction, Sildenafil can stay in the blood for up to 24 hours.

Therefore, doctors recommend taking only one pill per day.