Sildenafil Citrate belongs to the drug class: Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors
VA Classification of sildenafil is GU900
Sildenafil Chemical Name: 2 – Hydroxy – 1,2,3 – propanetricarboxylate – 1 – [[3 – (6,7 – dihydro – 1 – methyl – 7 – oxo – 3 – propyl – 1H – pyrazolo[4,3 – d – pyrimidin – 5 – yl) – 4 – ethoxyphenyl]sulfonyl] – 4 – methyl – piperazine.
Sildenafil Citrate has the following molecular formula: C22H30N6O4S•C6H8O7.
CAS Registry Numbers of sildenafil are: 171599-83-0
Sildenafil Citrate is produced under brand names like Viagra, Revatio and under various other trade names including Kamagra. Sildenafil Citrate was developed by British scientists. The Pharmaceutical Company Phizer was the first to produce this drug and bring it to the market. The drug is indicated to treat ED and PAH – pulmonary arterial hypertension. The medication is available on the market since 1998, and got an approval from FDA.
Sildenafil is only for oral intake. The drug is only for men suffering from ED and should not be taken by women or children.
Sildenafil is a prescription drug and should be taken after visiting a doctor. The drug has certain side effects and drug interactions and should not be consumed by people who suffer from severe or chronic diseases.
Sildenafil helps to achieve a normal erection only when sexual stimulation occurs.
For more detailed information about this medication, ask your doctor.